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My daughter just got back from Pitt Start and was very discouraged in the number of classes that were closed. She is very much interested in taking one freshman composition class and her advisor told ALL the freshman composition classes were closed and he could not offer ANY freshman composition class. She is planning on majoring/minoring in music and she could not take ANY of the recommended first semester freshman year classes. She can take a music class but it's not one of the required music classes for her major/minor and some of the classes must be taken freshman year in order to graduate on time. I know next semester she should try to register early - but is there anything she can do about this semester? Shouldn't she have been automatically be placed in the recommended first semester classes that are required for your major?