Student FAQ

Can I get academic accommodations for a medical condition?

Students requesting academic accommodations must register through Disability Support Services. To start the process, email dss@twu.edu. More information is provided on the Disability Services for Students website.

Are the Dallas & Houston campuses included in university announcements?

Yes. All guidance issued includes all three campuses, as well as the Collin Higher Education Center.

What if I am feeling sick or think that I have COVID-19?

If you become ill, regardless of whether you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, please stay home. Contact your health care provider and seek medical attention, as needed.

If you are exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19, you MUST stay home and notify TWU by completing the COVID-19 Reporting Form.

To assist with self-screening and provide more information for residential students, please read the COVID-19 Self-Screening document.

Is TWU still hosting tours or recruiting events?

In the interest of the health and safety of our visitors and the campus community, we are resuming campus tours with modified requirements; please visit the on-campus tour site for more information. Online meetings and events are still available and strongly encouraged. Contact us at admissions@twu.edu with questions.

Have more questions?

Contact us at coronavirus@twu.edu with any questions you have, and we will track down the answer for you.

Page last updated 12:39 PM, January 7, 2022