Dual Credit Advising

Dual Credit students are TWU students and eligible for academic advising from the university. Students with advising questions about classes can access an advisor through University Academic Advising. 

Dual Credit Students who have earned 15 or more credit hours at TWU are required to file a degree plan before they can register for the following semester. Students who need assistance with filing the degree plan or identifying which plan to select can contact University Academic Advising for assistance.

Contact Us

Contact University Academic Advising at  advising@twu.edu or (940) 898-2367.

Wylijanna Cole

Wylijanna Cole
Assistant Director, Academic Recovery & Resilience

Hometown: Dallas, Texas
Education: Bachelor’s in English, Texas Woman’s University; Master’s in Higher Education, Abilene Christian University
About Me: I work with students who are on academic probation and suspension, as well as high school students who are taking dual credit courses at TWU. In my free time, I enjoy reading, shopping, going to brunch and hanging out with friends.

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