No, the priority is given to the students who have not taken the course yet. You can only enroll to a repeat course in the last day of Add&Drop week if there is available seats. For that, you do not need to do anything (like submitting petition), in the last day of Add&Drop week, KUSIS will automatically let you try to take the course. This rule does not apply to ones who failed the course (with F, W, L grades) before.
No, those students who wish to retake a course should wait until the last day of Add&Drop week even if the instructor gives consent on the system.
The following students can overload (overloading means taking an additional course that has 2 or more credits):
The following students can take 2 additional courses that has 2 or more credits:
Other students cannot overload.
(*) Note: College of Engineering students at Freshman status, who satisfy the 3.6 GPA status can only overload by 2 additional courses with the approval of their advisor.
Students who begin their undergraduate career in the summer term, and become eligible to overload based on their summer GPA or SPA, will not be allowed to overload in the Fall term.
Students do not pay an extra fee for overloading in Fall and Spring semesters.
However, students who satisfy one or more of the overload criteria need to pay the additional course fee for the third course they take in Summer term.
Yes, you can take up to 3 one-credit courses (including HIST100) while doing normal load. You won’t need to do anything specifically (like submitting a petition), KUSIS will automatically let you take up to 3 extra one-credit courses.
Yes, you can take up to 1 one-credit course (including HIST100) while doing overload. For that, you do not need to do anything (like submitting petition), KUSIS will automatically let you take up to 1 more one-credit course.
No, there is no additional fee required for HIST100.
This is not an error, but a warning. There are reserved capacities for courses according to various criteria set by colleges. If you get this warning message, this means that you do not meet any of the reserve capacity requirements set by the related college. To learn about these criteria, please contact the Dean’s Office.
You should enroll into your courses in the announced date for your “Projected Academic Level” which can be found on KUSIS Home Page.
The most probable reason for this is that your instructor may not have informed us about your new grade in time. Even though you pass the exam, you will not be considered being passed from the course unless the instructor send us the new passing grade.
If you get consent for a course in which you are waitlisted, then you should drop the course and enroll into it again. This time, you should be able to enroll into the course. Please note that there is an expiration date for consent given by the instructors. You must use the consent before this date.
To search courses, go to “Class Search” page on KUSIS:
To see your position in a course waitlist, click on the lecture, LAB or PS link on the “My Confirmed Enrollments” page.