Dear Summer Session Student,

While we hope course enrollment went smoothly for you, you may have experienced confusion while trying to enroll in particular courses. To help you, we have compiled a list of the courses that have special enrollment instructions. If you haven’t enrolled in courses yet, please see the How to Enroll in Courses document in the “Important Documents to Read” section in your account for instructions.

Remember, after you enroll in Axess, be sure to view “My Class Schedule” to ensure that you successfully enrolled in all of your courses. And if you haven’t already, watch our video with course enrollment tips!

 

Courses with Special Enrollment Instructions

CHEM 31A: Students who enroll in the lecture will be automatically enrolled in the mandatory discussion section. When enrolling in Axess, choose “No Selection” instead of the discussion section, which is closed by design. Please note that while you will be enrolled in the discussion section, it will not show up in your class schedule, so remember not to enroll in a class that will conflict with the discussion section.

CHEM 31B: Enrollment requires instructor consent. Contact Nate Cardin for a permission number to enroll in Axess.

CS 106A/ENGR 70A: Enrollment is limited and priority is given to Stanford students. All interested students should enroll, but may be asked to drop on the first day of the quarter. Students who are interested in CS 106A/ENGR 70A should enroll in an alternative course in Axess, in case they are not selected to remain in the course.

CS 106B/ENGR 70B: Enrollment is limited and priority is given to Stanford students. All interested students should enroll, but may be asked to drop on the first day of the quarter. Students who are interested in CS 106B/ENGR 70B should enroll in an alternative course in Axess, in case they are not selected to remain in the course.

ECON 50, 111, 132, 140, and 165: A permission number is required to enroll in any of these courses. Students who have taken courses at another academic institution that are equivalent to the listed prerequisite(s) must submit a Prerequisite Form to the Economics Department in order to register for these courses. Submit all required documentation to the contact listed at the bottom of the form. Please note enrollment in these courses is determined solely by the Economics Department, not the Summer Session Office.

ENGR 145: Enrollment is limited. Interested students must register in Axess. A selective application process will be used to determine final enrollment (which will not be determined until the first week of classes). Students who register for the course in Axess will be notified by the Engineering Department about this application process prior to the first day of class. Students who are interested in ENGR 145 should enroll in an alternative course in Axess, in case they are not selected to remain in the course.

MS&E 244: Enrollment is limited and determined by separate application. Students must apply at: http://web.stanford.edu/~lcottle/forms/244app.fb. If accepted, you will be given a permission number to enroll in Axess. Permission numbers are issued on a rolling basis.

MUSIC 12A, 12B, 12C, 65A, 65B, and 72A: These courses are closed in Axess by design. Students must register on the wait list in Axess and show up on the first day of class to get a permission number to enroll. When searching for these courses in Axess, be sure to remove the “Search for Open Classes Only” check box, or the course will not show up. Visit the Music Department website at http://music.stanford.edu for more information.

STATS 366: Enrollment requires instructor consent. Contact Susan Holmes for a permission number to enroll in Axess.

 

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us!

Sincerely,
Stanford Summer Session