Due to ongoing repairs in the West Library, advising and tutoring services have moved to their temporary home in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church (PUMC). Tutoring appointments will be in Bragan Hall. Testing will be held in PUMC room 123. Advising appointments will be held in PUMC room 125. All virtual appointments will continue on Microsoft Teams.
Now that you are a Ram, you need to pick the best classes for you! Our advisors are experts at helping students plan their courses each semester. Your advisor will help you navigate your degree plan to reach your graduation goal. They can also help you solve non-academic issues, so make it a point to visit with them often.
If you're new to Texas Wesleyan, you'll receive your initial academic advising by attending either a freshman or transfer orientation.
Who Is Your Advisor?
At Texas Wesleyan, you are assigned an academic advisor and a faculty advisor based on your major in our shared advising model. You will want to meet with both of your advisors during your time at Texas Wesleyan. Each one will play an important role in helping you reach your goals.
Once you've been assigned a specific advisor, you can use the "Email Your Advisor" link in Ramlink or contact the Academic Advising Office for help.
How To Prepare For Your Visit
Look for an email from Academic Advising requesting you schedule an advising appointment. To make your advising appointment as productive as possible, bring your ideas of classes you would like to take for the next semester. It's a good idea to fill out any forms you need during advising to speed up the registration process later.
Need Career Advising?
Get the most out of your degree and meet with your faculty advisor to talk through your career goals. You can see who your advisor is by logging into Ramlink and clicking 'Email My Advisor'.
Texas Wesleyan's shared advising makes sure you get the help you need inside and outside of the classroom. Our academic advisors know the ins and outs of university policies and procedures and use that knowledge to help you plan your degree and graduate on time.
Faculty advisors are content experts that can share insights on various industries and help you leverage your education to a successful career. If you want to know how well your skills and talents match up to a career path, faculty advisors can help.
Your Academic Advisors
- Assist students with planning their degree and class schedules
- Assist picking majors and minors that complement students' education and career goals
- Help identify how and when to withdraw from classes
- Ensure all degree requirements are met in order to graduate on time
You are assigned an academic advisor based on your major. Use the dropdown menus below to find your major and advisor. If you have not declared a major, contact Muyhe Hammattah to get advised.
- Criminal Justice
- Mass Communication
- Sports Communication
- Exercise Science
- Paralegal Studies
- Physical Education
- Political Science
- Computer Science
- Liberal Studies