The purpose of the Office of Student Records and Registration is to provide secure, efficient storage of permanent student records and to maintain the integrity of the University Catalog. Students rely on the office for a variety of services including registration, schedule changes, verification of enrollment, maintenance of current address information, graduation audit, grades, official transcripts, and degree plans.
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Don't forget to update your address! Address changes can be submitted to the Office of Student Records via RamLink, a personal phone call or visit to the Office of Student Records, or via email. It is important to have your correct address on file to ensure you receive all written communication sent by Texas Wesleyan University.
Don't forget to register for math! If you have completed over 15 hours but have not completed the GEC math requirement, you should register for a math class. If you have the math prerequisite or have taken the Math Placement Test at Texas Wesleyan University, this information must be verified with a signature from the Office of Student Records or Mathematic Department.
If you don't have the math prerequisite and have not taken the Math Placement Test at Texas Wesleyan, you must immediately go to the Academic Success Center to take the Math Placement test.
Your Degree Plan (or “Degree Audit”) is a report which tracks and officially evaluates your academic progress. This is an important tool that you and your advisor should utilize on a regular basis to track your progress toward graduation. Please note that any substituted or waived courses will not be reflected on your Degree Audit until the appropriate paperwork has been received and processed by Student Records. We encourage you to contact Student Records with any questions or concerns you may have about this Degree Audit and its contents.
To access your Degree Audit:
Students should be advised that Degree Audits are an advising tool only and are not to be used as an official Texas Wesleyan document or an official transcript.
Texas Wesleyan University provides enrollment verification for its students both current and past. If enrollment verification is needed the student should contact the Office of Student Records and Registration.
Forms for loan deferment may be mailed to the Office of Financial Aid at 1201 Wesleyan, Fort Worth, Texas 76105, or may be brought to the office on the third floor of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building in person for completion, or by fax (817)531-4464 or by telephone at (817) 531-4414.
Enrollment may be verified at any point before, during, or after a semester; however, the student must either be registered currently, or be early registered for the semester in question.
Texas Wesleyan University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications.
The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
Forms for loan deferment may be mailed to the Office of Financial Aid at 1201 Wesleyan, Fort Worth, Texas 76105, or may be brought to the office on the third floor of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building in person for completion.
Students needing loan deferment forms can obtain them from the Office of Financial Aid or the third floor of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building. Students can also download the form online.
If a student has been enrolled full time for two consecutive semesters both semesters may be verified on one form. Otherwise, only one semester per form may be verified.
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The Office of Student Records
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm