Get into your classes.
Class Alerts takes the stress out of registering for classes by doing the hard work for you. Our service will monitor the classes you want to take 24/7 and will let you know when there is an opening.
Whether you need to get into a class to avoid another year of school, want to get into a class with a friend, or would rather switch out of a morning class, we can help you.
Almost all classes will have openings, and Class Alerts will help you get into them.
MATH 220 (CRN: 23437)
Last Checked: 2 seconds ago
Every 5 seconds
Most class checkers check your classes every 5 minutes. Class Alerts checks your classes every 5 seconds.
That means that if a spot opens, you'll be the first to know.
We send emails, text messages, and phone calls to you when a class you're monitoring opens. We'll also continue to send messages every few minutes after a spot opens up—So don't worry if you miss the first one.
Our messages and emails always include a link straight to your college's registration page,
so you can register as quickly as possible. We can't do all the work, but we do the hardest part.
We've helped a lot of students get into their classes, and we look forward to helping you.
- Alex Oaten - Cal Poly Class Alerts made it far easier and less stressful to get into my classes. One semester, three classes I wanted to take were full, but I was able to get into every single one thanks to Class Alerts.
- Blake Lazarine - UCLA I had been trying to get into some pretty popular classes. Before classalerts.org I had to periodically check and hope I'm lucky. Now I know that I am never missing any opportunities.
- Jacob Kim-Sherman - Columbia University Class Alerts really took the stress out of registering for classes, allowing me to get a spot in the perfect class at the perfect time in my schedule.
As college students ourselves, we understand that you're already paying a lot for school, so we've tried to keep
prices to a minimum. We're proud to offer unlimited notifications and class monitoring for only
$3 per Quarter or $4 per Semester.
It's not free, but for the best class monitoring around, we think it's a pretty good deal.