If a course is full, you can contact the faculty member teaching the course to request an online override. Online overrides give permission for a student to register for a course; the student must then login to OnePort and register for the course themselves. Online overrides may be given any of the following scenarios:
- a course is already at or over its capacity
- pre- or co-requisite issues
- time conflicts with other classes on the student's schedule
Faculty cannot override link, repeat course, or maximum hour errors. These errors must be addressed in the OneStop Office.
Registering for a course which requires an online override is a two-step process. Receiving an online override does not mean a student is registered for a course!
How to register for a class after receiving an online override:
- Make sure you know the CRN for the class(es) you've received an override for (this is important!)
- Log into OnePort
- Select the Student tab
- Choose Academic Services
- Click "continue" under Banner Services
- Choose Student & Financial Aid
- Select Registration
- Choose Add or Drop Classes, and select the term you're registering for when prompted
- Enter the CRN(s) on the worksheet and submit. If you still receive a closed class, time conflict, pre-requisite, or co-requisite error, check with your instructor to make sure the online override was correctly entered. If you receive a different error, please see the OneStop.
Last edited by firstname.lastname@example.org on June 8, 2012