Our course may have a "Wait List."
One of the most valuable aspects of getting your business education at PSU is small class sizes. If you were attending Harvard and enrolled in their introductory economics course, the lecture hall would be filled with nearly 900 other students.
At PSU's Business School, maximum class sizes usually have between 45 and 60 of the best and brightest students in the land. And I'm stricter-than-most when enforcing that guideline, to the chagrin of the students who don't make the cut.
We'll reconcile the course's membership during our first meeting and then "true it up" on the following Thursday. If you're on the Wait List, show up on the first day and see what happens. If you're not on the Wait List or show up after the course's first session, don't expect to get into the course.
Check the University's website to know the last day you can drop the course without incurring a financial penalty. Drop the course after that date and you'll get a decreasing amount back. And the longer you wait, the smaller the refund. The percentage of your hard-earned tuition dollars that will be refunded decreases until a date certain. After that date, all the money you've paid belongs to the University.