- Admissions – The Admissions office serves as a starting point for individuals interested in furthering their education. TWU offers many degree options for freshmen, transfer and graduate students. The admissions office has a representative, Stephanie Stephens (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is available to visit with prospective students about degree programs, transfer equivalencies, deadlines and admission requirements and help with all aspects throughout the admissions process. Additionally, she connects with Dallas County community colleges and helps coordinate information sessions for degree programs that are offered at the Dallas Center including Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Executive MBA and Health Systems Management.
- Financial Aid and Registrar – The Offices of Financial Aid and Registrar have a representative, Karen Long-Trail (email@example.com), at the Dallas One Stop who can visit with prospective and current TWU students regarding the steps to financial aid and scholarships, eligibility requirements, and deadlines. She helps students understand the various sources of financial assistance such as grants, loans, and work-study. She also provides students with a variety of forms for such purposes as auditing courses, concurrent enrollment, official withdrawal, add/drop courses, residency questions and graduation requirements.
- Cashier/Bursar – The Office of the Bursar provides a part-time cashier, Patricia Beyer (firstname.lastname@example.org), in the One Stop who is able to receive payments for application fees, tuition and to discuss payment plans and options.
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