Class Rosters and Enrollment
Faculty are responsible for checking their class rosters to ensure that they are accurate. Class Rosters are available under Online Roster/Grading. You will be able to create an intranet account to access your class rosters as soon as you have been assigned a Los Rios e-mail account, using the College and District Intranet website.
Students whose name do not appear on the on-line class roster or who do not have documentation from the Admissions and Records Office indicating proper enrollment are not officially enrolled in your class. Students whose names are not listed on the class roster should be directed to the Admissions and Records Office to ensure proper enrollment into your class. Auditing is not permitted. Click here to: Access Rosters. Click here to: Print Rosters.
Your division dean will be checking with you during the first two weeks of instruction to monitor enrollment progress. Decisions regarding the cancellation of sections with inadequate enrollments will be made as soon as possible, but typically not after the end of the second week of classes.
Adding Students to Your Class
Students who enroll online can choose to put themselves on a Wait List for a class which is already full. Before a course has started:
- Up to 20 students can add themselves to the Wait List.
- The system will let students know their position on the Wait List.
- Before the first day of class, if a space in the class becomes available because someone drops the class, the first student on the Wait List is automatically added to the roster.
- Before the first day of class, print out the add slips to give to students not yet enrolled who wish to enroll in your class.
On the first day of class:
- Students who are still on the Wait List MUST come to the first class meeting and ask to add the class.
- If a student who is already enrolled does NOT attend the first meeting, an instructor can choose to drop them from the course and add a student from the Wait List. (NOTE: Check with your dean to see if your department has a different policy.)
- The first student added (by providing the first add slip that you printed) should be the first student on the Wait List who also attends the first class meeting.
- If the person who is first on the Wait List, does not attend the first class meeting, the instructor should instead take the next person on the Wait List who HAS come to the first meeting.
Students should have certain skill levels before they can enroll in some classes or programs. Students are not blocked from registering for classes if they have not met prerequisite or co-requisite requirements. Please refer to the section of this Faculty/Staff Resource Guide called 'Prerequisite Checking' for details on assessing student preparation.