Your application is complete once you've turned in all your requirements – usually test scores and/or transcripts. You can expect to receive your decision letter in as little as one to two weeks.
Fewer Than 24 Credit Hours
Students with fewer than 24 credit hours must also provide a high school transcript(s), so an equivalent university GPA can be computed.
We have good news. We'll take your best scores from every standardized test you've taken and average them together. That's called your "super score."
If you took CLEP or AP tests in order to get ahead, we'll need your official test scores to give you credit at Texas Wesleyan.
24 Credit Hours or More
Academic programs may have additional requirements for entrance, and students are subject to review by the dean of the appropriate school for admission approval.
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If you did not graduate from high school, you'll need an average score of 500 on the GED exam. Once you've taken the test, mail a copy of the GED certificate and the official report of test with your application.
Office of Admissions
Texas Wesleyan University
1201 Wesleyan St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76105
Under 25 years old? You'll still need to take the SAT or ACT and have a 2.5 GPA. Over 25? You'll need to take the THEA test. Contact Karina Bretado at 682-478-8605 or email@example.com to schedule a test date.
If you don't meet the requirements, you can start the process for your application to be reviewed by the Committee on Admissions, Scholarships and Financial Aid.
You must submit the following items to your admissions counselor:
You have the option of:
Once you have turned in your paperwork, your file will be sent to the committee for review.