Chemistry Waiting List Request Form


All fields are required except for Alternate Phone Number and Additional Comments. When you have completed the form, click Submit. If you need assistance, please contact the Chemistry Department office:

Chemistry and Biochemistry
Academic Affairs
Contact: Terri L. Cortez
Email: tlcortez@csusb.edu

If you do not see the class you want on this list, it is either a myCoyote waitlist or there is no waitlist.

Please note that we do not quote you a place on the waiting list.

If you have not been contacted by email and enrolled by the first day of courses, please attend the first class (and lab if applicable). Contact the instructor for how to participate in class if you are still on the waiting list after the first day of class.

Instructors have until Census date of the semester to make a decision on adding students (during week 3 of the semester).

Please do not contact the department office to ask if you can be added to a course ahead of everyone on the waiting list, for any reason. The waiting list exists to fairly and evenly distribute limited seats to those who need them, as determined by the Chemistry Department and in accordance with CSUSB’s policies and procedures.

* Required
I have read and understood the above information. * *
Name * *
Include both your first and last names.
Coyote ID Number: *
Email *
Use your CSUSB address, if available.
Phone Number * *
You may be contacted by phone if a place in class opens; please use a number where you can be reliably reached.
Alternative Phone Number
If you have another number at which you might be reached, please include it.
Class Level * *
Total Units on PAWS * *
Major * *
Course you would like to add * *
If the course is not listed in the drop down menu, no waiting list is being offered for that course or it is a PeopleSoft waitlist.
What is the section number of the course/discussion/lab? *
Wait List Term * *
Are you repeating the course? * *
Additional Comments
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