Transfer and Non-Traditional
At TWU almost half of our students transfer from another college or university. Visit the next Transfer Tuesday event to learn about transfer admissions, financial aid, the Touchstone Honors program and transfer student services.
What is a non-traditional student?
Non-traditional students in general fall into at least one of the following categories:
- Starting or returning to college at age of 23 or older
- Is married
- Has children
- Is a veteran
Get Involved: Non-traditional student organizations
EOE is the national honor society for students in higher education pursuing a degree via online education. EOE provides recognition of the academic excellence, dedication, rigor, and perseverance involved in seeking a degree through an online program. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in one of TWU’s Online Completion programs with more than half of their coursework taken online.
The purpose of the organization is to encourage and support the student parents’ and to educate members of all available financial, social, and academic outlets offered by the University as well as to facilitate the expansion of opportunities that are often available for student parents. S.P.A.R.K. has monthly meetings and various events throughout the semester for parents and their children.
SVA is comprised of active duty, reservist, National Guard, retired and military veterans and their relatives. Any TWU student or faculty member, regardless of military affiliation, is welcome in SVA. SVA seeks to provide a support group and resources to military veterans re-establishing themselves in the higher education environment.
ASL is an accredited honor society for non-traditional students with nationwide participation. To be eligible for membership, students must be classified as a non-traditional student either by a) pursuing a degree at TWU at age 24 or older; b) attending school while married; c) veteran status; or d) attending school while raising children.
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