Priority enrollement?

<p>What is the hierarchy of people that get to enroll for their classes first? Is there even a hierarchy or do they all register at the same time?</p>

<p>for what school?</p>

<p>Letters and Science</p>

<p>At CalSo, the advisors said it was seniors, then juniors, then freshmen, and lastsly, sophomores. Between each cohort, the Phase times are determined by the # of units taken.</p>

<p>REGISTRATION ORDER FOR FALL
Phase II
Athletes and DSP
Graduating Seniors
Seniors and declared double majors
Juniors
Sophomores
Sophomores who aren't really sophomores because they lack units
Incoming students at CalSO (both transfers and frosh)</p>

<p>Phase II
Athletes and DSP
Graduating Seniors
Seniors and declared double majors
Juniors and fall admits (both transfers and frosh)
rest of Juniors
Sophomores
Sophomores who aren't really sophomores because they lack units</p>

<p>REGISTRATION ORDER FOR SPRING
Phase II
Athletes and DSP
Graduating Seniors
Seniors and declared double majors
Juniors
Sophomores
Fall Admit Frosh
Incoming students at a designated date in November (both transfers and frosh)</p>

<p>Phase II
Athletes and DSP
Graduating Seniors
Seniors and Declared double majors
Juniors and spring admits (both transfers and frosh)
Sophomores
fall admit freshman</p>

<p>^oh wow, nice list.</p>

<p>Could you link us to where you found that information? I could've sworn we were informed that sophomores had lower priority than freshman at CalSo.</p>

<p>For phase 2 they do, not phase 1. Phase 1 for sophomores is in April.</p>

<p>How do they determine who gets priority within the groups listed in your post?</p>

<p>Units.</p>

<p>Non-AP level and a couple other factors determine what group you are in. Your units control where in that group your appointment is.</p>

<p>Vets also get the highest level of Priority with DSP and Athletes.</p>