By mermaidkeels - 08/09/2016 04:54 - United States - Miami
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Talk to the professor and the registrar to see if you can somehow override it. They may make an exception since you've done all the work, especially if the professor vouches for you and you show them what you've completed.
That's rather strange that it wasn't caught. The professor should have a roster of who all is enrolled. Unless it was a very large class and was just missed/overlooked. But yeah you should definitely talk to at least the professor about it to see what could be done to get credit for it.
Like others have suggested- talk with the teacher/professor and maybe even the principal. If you paid for the class, they need to either honor the enrollment or return your money. You could be in for a really though fight, so good luck!
They should have figured that out the first day while taking roll. If you name was there, then it's fine. Your teacher will vouch for you. And if your name was not on roll, then that is your teacher's fault.
I've been in multiple classes that don't take role- it really just depends on the professor. Based on the wording of the FML, I'm guessing they don't have regular tests or assignments - maybe just a mid-term paper and a final? And although technology (not getting emails, not being able to access the course website) should have caught the mistake, maybe the professor prefers to keep things old-fashioned.