Prior to registration, all students should do the following:
All seniors not on probation may register without meeting with their academic advisor although they are strongly encouraged to do so. Students on probation must see their advisor to register.
Freshmen are not eligible for online registration. Freshmen will be advised and registered in the Freshman Advising Center (formerly the ARC).
New Transfer students with 31 hours or more will register in the Office of Student Records. New transfer students with fewer than 31 completed hours must be advised and register in the Academic
Students are responsible for following their degree audit and should plan accordingly because some
classes are not offered every semester.
Any "hold" on their student record must be resolved before registering. For information on holds, please
contact the Office of Student Records at 817-531-4414.
Online registration for Spring 2012 opens November 8th and will be and available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. During late registration, registration hours will be 8:30AM – 4:30PM in the Office of
Student Records. NOTE that Monday, January 9th, faculty will be on campus all day specifically
for advising returning students who have not yet registered. On that day, you may register in the
Office of Student Records.
**Please note: Returning students who have not yet registered for Spring 2012 by December 6 will be
assessed the $100 late fee. This fee does not apply to new students or re-admitted students. New
students should contact the Office of Admission, 817-531-4422, for information on freshmen and transfer
student registration dates.
Freshmen are not allowed to register online. All freshmen, including transfer students with fewer than 31
completed hours, must be advised and register in the Freshman Advising Center.
The normal undergraduate class load is 15 hours. Twelve credit hours is the minimum class load for fulltime
student status during the fall or spring semesters. Undergraduate students enrolled in fewer than 12
hours are considered part-time students.
Eighteen (18) hours is the maximum class load for which a student may register during the fall or spring
semester without special permission. Students with a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the previous
Semester, and with the acceptable cumulative grade point average, may register for 19 or more hours with
the permission of the dean of the student's school. An overload request form must be secured in advance and presented to the respective Dean's Office for processing. This form is available online and in the Office of Student Records.
To Register for a Math Course
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.
To Register for Internships, Independent Studies, or Conference Courses
You may not register online for Internships, Independent Studies, or Conference Courses. You must have
the Internship Form or Independent Study/Conference Course Form filled out with the appropriate
signatures. The syllabus must also be attached to the form in order to register. These forms are available
in the Office of Student Records and the Dean's offices. Bring the form and syllabus with your
registration card to the Office of Student Records.
Adding, Dropping, and Withdrawing
Once you have registered, you may add or drop a course online or in the Office of Student Records
throughout the open registration period. Keep in mind that dropping or adding courses will alter your
degree audit, and required courses should not be dropped without seeing your advisor. During late
registration periods (see Registration Times) you may add or drop courses in the Office of Student
Records with the proper paperwork.
Once classes have begun, courses may still be dropped but will show a grade of "DP" on your transcript. Any courses dropped after the last drop day (check Academic Calendar) will show a grade of "F" on your
Withdrawal from all courses requires full withdrawal from the university.
Tuition and fees will be refunded at 100% if a course is dropped before the first day of classes. Courses dropped after classes have begun will be refunded according to the refund policy as indicated in the
If a class is cancelled, you will be contacted by the Dean's office. You will have the option to enroll in
Late Registration Fees
A $100 late fee will be charged to your account if you are a returning student and you register during the
late registration periods (see Registration Times).
If you plan to take courses at another institution while attend Texas Wesleyan, you must complete the Concurrent Enrollment Form available online or in the Office of Student Records.
If you have questions concerning Blackboard classes, please email Embatnet or call 817-531-4428. Select Option 1 from the menu directed answering service to receive assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Final grades are available on RamLink approximately one week after the last exam date. Grade reports
are not mailed to students.