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Winter 2020 Waitlist results

Results of the Winter 2020 waitlist can be found here.

PERMISSIONS TO ENROLL IN COURSES WILL BE ACTIVATED SOME TIME ON MON, JAN 13.

YOU MUST USE YOUR PERMISSION TO ENROLL YOURSELF BY 11:59 p.m ON TUE, JAN 14.

If you do not use your permission, your seat may be given to another student.
The permission applies to a specific section and lab/tutorial (if applicable).
If you have difficulty using your permission, visit the EECS undergraduate
office in Lassonde 1012M.

Note that the deadline for dropping winter courses without financial
penalties is January 12.

Look in the first column of the table below for the first 2 (or 3) letters
of your surname, followed by the last three digits of your student number.
The entries to the right represent the permissions you have been granted.
For example, 2030M2 means EECS2030, Section M, Lab 2.

If you were not granted permission, reasons may include:
– You lacked one of the prerequisites
– You would exceed the limit on the number of EECS courses per term
– The section(s) or lab(s) that you requested are full. If students drop
or not all students exercise their permission to enroll, you may be able
to get a seat by visiting the EECS undergraduate office on or after
January 15. If you want access to a section that is not full (see list
below), visit the EECS undergraduate office if you wish to enroll in an
available section.

All seats in the following sections have now been allocated:
EECS1019M (students may consider taking EECS1028 in lieu of EECS1019)
EECS1019N (students may consider taking EECS1028 in lieu of EECS1019)
EECS2031M (there is room in Section N)
EECS3101M (there is room in Sections N,Z)
EECS3214M
EECS3221Z (there is room in Section M)
EECS3311M (there is room in Section Z)
EECS3461M
EECS3482M (we plan to offer this course in the summer term)
EECS4412M
EECS4413Z
EECS4622Z

If you were refused permission and wish to inquire about other sections/labs
of the requested course or about enrolling in other courses, visit the EECS
undergraduate office.

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