Resources for Future Students
Many financial aid options are available for transfer students, including scholarships, grants, loans and part-time campus jobs.View Types of Aid
The Touchstone program is a unique honors program designed for transfer students. It emphasizes research, leadership and service. Touchstone scholars have established a strong track record of placement in prestigious graduate and professional schools across the country, including TWU's graduate school.
100% of TWU's honor students receive a scholarship.Touchstone Honors Program
Save time and money and follow a suggested transfer course order with one of our more than 30 partnerships with community colleges, dual credit high schools and other educational institutions.Partners & Pathways
Search bachelor's degrees to see how your Texas community college courses will apply to a TWU degree. Use the transfer guides to track your progress to graduation.Transfer Guides
Transferring courses in Texas is easier than in many other states because Texas has a Common Course Numbering System.
This means similar courses taught at public colleges and universities in the first two years of college are identified by common numbers at participating institutions.Course Numbering System
The College Credit for Heroes (CCH) program maximizes college credit awarded to veterans and service members for your military experience.College Credit for Heroes
Learn about assured and regular admissions as a transfer student or view the transfer student viewbook to learn more about Texas Woman's.
Resources for Accepted Students
Create your Pioneer Portal account to stay up-to-date on the status of your application and set up your TWU Gmail account.
For setup help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 940-898-3971.Create a Pioneer Portal
Meet with your advisor during orientation or on your own time to make sure you are taking the correct courses and on the right track to graduation.Meet your Advisor
Attending transfer orientation is recommended as you will meet with your advisor and sign up for classes during orientation.Transfer Orientation
Find academic and student life resources for Texas Woman's Dallas and Houston campuses on the campus websites.TWU Houston Campus
Texas Woman's is dedicated to helping you transfer and finish your degree with flexible online or hybrid degree completion programs, including options in business, health studies, nursing, dental hygiene, criminal justice and more.Explore Online Degrees
Resources for Current Students
The Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE) office acts as a one-stop-shop resource center for off-campus living, transfer, commuting and non-traditional (including veterans, students with children, adult learners and students who are adopted/aged out of foster care).
Services include events, a mobile food pantry, child care, the holiday gift program, lactation rooms, emergency aid and much more.Visit CARE
TWU recommends advising at the start of every semester to make sure you are taking the correct courses and on the right track to graduation.Meet your Advisor
TWU offers many commuter parking option including a parking garage on the Denton campus. A parking permit is required to park on any TWU campus.
TWU offers a variety of options for childcare. All campuses provided helpful resource information as well as lists of area providers. Denton students may be eligible for a voucher to help cover the cost of childcare.
Additionally, TWU offers offers a free drop-in child care program, The Clubhouse, to our students. Trained staff will be on hand to properly care for children ages 5-12 on a reservation or drop-in basis.Childcare Resources
Stay up to date on all events by following TWU Events on social media:See the Events Calendar