What is a waitlist and what does it mean?
A waitlist is a line of students waiting to be enrolled into a full class because the course has reached its maximum capacity.
When a student terminates their enrollment or fails to meet the requirements by commencement, the first student on the waitlist will be contacted that they are next in line to enroll. The waitlist is a "first come, first serve" process. The waitlist does not confirm you have a seat in the class. We will contact students 1-by-1 to inform them a payment is needed to secure a seat in the class.
Note: A student will be removed from the waitlist if the student does not complete the following requirements: a) respond within 24 hours, b) pay the minimum deposit, or c) refuse to follow the School Catalog guidelines.
If you are concerned or confused as to why you're on the waitlist, there are multiple reasonings, but not all may apply:
You enrolled too late into the program and/or missed the initial deadline
You enrolled too late into the program and/or the roster is filled to the maximum capacity
You did not successfully complete the requirements to be enrolled — including paying the minimum deposit; read more
If you would like to remove your spot on the waitlist or if you think this is a mistake, contact us. You do not have to pay the minimum deposit to be on the waitlist.