Contingent Enrollment

Contingent Enrollment is a new component of early registration that may affect whether you will be dropped from any future term classes once you have completed your current term classes.

For example, you may have enrolled for fall classes with the course requirements in progress in the spring. If your fall classes have an enforced requirement that you have not met, your enrollment for fall is contingent in that course. Once the current term is completed, registration will close and all contingencies on student schedules will be checked for completion. If the requirements for those contingencies are not met, then the course/s will be dropped from your schedule. Remember, work being done at another university will not be factored into this process if it is not evaluated and posted to your record by the time the review process takes place. Only worked completed and posted to your degree at the time of the review process will be used to determine completion of requirements and clear your contingencies. Your contingent courses are listed in your student schedule, which can be accessed by using My Classes in the SDSU WebPortal.

Contingent Enrollment