TWU is taking COVID-19 safety precautions and offering academic advising meetings by phone, email or video. Reach out to your advisor to schedule an appointment and tell them how you'd like to meet. If you have any questions, email advising@twu.edu.

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Academic Advising

Academic Advising

Academic Advising is one of the first steps you will take toward achieving your academic goals!

The advising process includes a meeting with you and your advisor to discuss and determine the best plan based on your interests and personal circumstances. Create your schedule and plan for registering for classes during your advising appointment.

Find your advisor

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First-Year Advisors

You're a first-year student if you are attending college for the first time and seeking a bachelor's degree.

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Sophomore, Junior, Senior Advisors

You are classified as a sophomore (second-year student) and up if you have more than 30 credit hours.

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Incoming Transfer Advisors

You're a transfer student if you earned 12 or more college-level credits after earning your high school diploma or GED and seeking a bachelor's degree.

Undecided?

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Are you thinking about changing your major? Are you having trouble deciding which path is right for you?

Academic Advising can help!

Reach out to an undecided or undeclared advisor or explore options for other majors at Texas Woman's.

Page last updated 3:45 PM, October 4, 2021