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Class Overrides

Overrides are provided by the department in which the class in question is offered. You will need to approach the department head, or whomever he or she has authorized to handle overrides, and ask for the override appropriate to your situation. The listing is available below.

  • Closed Class Override: allows a student to register for a closed class (class has met maximum enrollment) or a class with a zero (0) limit.
  • Co-Requisite Override: allows a student to take a course that requires another specific course independent of a course that is required simultaneously.
  • Pre-Requisite Override: allows a student to take a course without meeting the pre-requisite requirement.
  • Classification Override: allows freshmen or sophomores to take 3000 or 4000 level courses or courses that require a certain number of earned hours.
  • Program Override: allows a student to register for a course that is limited to specific majors.

If you want to register for a class that is closed, you must receive permission from the department. The department head or their designee may ask you to first obtain the instructor's approval. If so, be sure to return to the department head or their designee for his/her approval and the online override.  The override will allow you to register for the class yourself online - the departments will not register you in the class.

Department Name Dept Head/Designee* Location
Accounting Dan Hollingsworth 306 Fletcher Hall
Anthropology Pamela Ashmore 308-A Brock Hall
Art Ron Buffington 334 Fine Arts Center
Astronomy Habte Churnet 340-A EMCS
Biology John Tucker 215-B Holt Hall
Brock Scholars  Greg O'Dea 202 Guerry Center
Chemistry Tom Rybolt 302 Grote Hall
Communication Betsy Alderman 206 Frist Hall
Computer Science Joseph Kizza 314-B EMCS
Criminal Justice Tammy Garland 100 Davenport Hall
Economics Stuart Benkert 307 Guerry Center
Education - Undergraduate Linda Johnston 312 Hunter Hall
Education - Graduate Valerie Rutledge 312 Hunter Hall
Education - Doctoral David Rausch/Becca McCashin* Pfieffer Hall
Engineering - Civil, Chemical, Environmental Joseph Owino 440-A EMCS
Engineering - Computational Engineering Tim Swafford 224 Sim Center
Engineering - Electrical Ahmed Eltom 315-C EMCS
Engineering - Industrial Cecelia Wigal 442 EMCS
Engineering - Mechanical Gary McDonald 430-D EMCS
Engineering - Engineering Mgmt/Graduate Neslihan Alp 445F EMCS
English Chris Stuart 203 Holt Hall
Entrepreneurship Bev Brockman 306 Fletcher Hall
Environmental Sciences John Tucker 215-B Holt Hall
Finance Bev Brockman 306 Fletcher Hall
General Science Habte Churnet 340-A EMCS
Geography Pamela Ashmore 308-A Brock Hall
Geology Habte Churnet 340-A EMCS
History John Swanson 408 Brock Hall
Health & Human Performance Gary Liguori 205 Maclellan Gym
Humanities Bryan Hampton 332 Holt Hall
Integrated Studies  Gretchen Potts 207 Pfeiffer Hall
Interior Design Dana Moody 412 Hunter Hall
Legal Assistant Studies Helen Eigenberg 100 Davenport Hall
Management Kathleen Wheatley 405 Fletcher Hall
Marketing Bev Brockman 306 Fletcher Hall
Mathematics Matt Matthews 415-C EMCS
Military Science MAJ. Robert Ricks 601 Douglas Street
Modern & Classical Languages and Literature  Josh Davies 208-E Brock Hall
Music Lee Harris 308 Fine Arts Center
Nursing Chris Smith 311 Metro Bldg
Occupational Therapy  Susan McDonald 201 Davenport Hall
Philosophy John Phillips 232-I Holt Hall
Physical Therapy Debbie Ingram (Interim) 302 Davenport Hall
Physics Habte Churnet 340-A EMCS
Political Science Michelle Deardoff 417 Fletcher Hall
Psychology Brian O'Leary 350 Holt Hall
Public Admin & Non-Profit Mgmt Michelle Deardoff 417 Fletcher Hall
Religion John Phillips 232-I Holt Hall
Sociology Pamela Ashmore 308-A Brock Hall
Social Work Michael Sherr 209 Hunter Hall
STEM Education Margaret Kovach & Billy Millican  
Theatre & Speech Steve Ray 318 Fine Arts Center
University Studies-Education Courses Valerie Rutledge 312 Hunter Hall
University Studies-First Year & Mindset Fran Bender 108 University Center
Women's Studies Marcia Noe Holt 338-A
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