Admissions & Enrollment
At the TWU Houston Center, Melissa Rodriguez serves as the Assistant Director of Admissions. The Admissions office is available to provide general admissions information for first time in college, transfer and graduate students. High school students are encouraged to visit our main campus in Denton, Texas but are welcome to visit the TWU Houston Center to meet with Melissa.
The only undergraduate level classes offered at the TWU Houston Center are upper-division nursing courses. Prospective students and their families who wish to tour the campus and learn more about our programs are invited to join us during our biannual Open House events taking place once in the fall and once in the spring.
For more information, please visit Admissions or to make an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bursar’s Office: Making tuition payments
For more information regarding tuition, fee charts, and other money matters, visit the Bursar’s website.
There are several sources of financial assistance available to assist you in your quest for higher education. Some of those sources are in the form of grants, loans, work-study and scholarships. The Financial Aid Advisor, Jennifer Lewis, is eager to work with you to create a plan that will best meet your financial needs during your academic pursuits at Texas Woman’s University (TWU).
The Houston Office of Financial Aid at TWU offers the following services:
- Financial Aid counseling
- Information regarding Financial Aid status and eligibility
Financial Aid Priority Annual Deadlines / Dates:
|Academic Scholarship||March 15|
|Summer/Fall Financial Aid Priority Deadlines||March 15|
|Spring Financial Aid Priority Deadlines||September 1|
Visit Financial Aid for more detailed information.
The Enrollment Office, coordinated by Cheryl Holcombe, provides information and services to students, faculty and staff in the areas of registration, enrollment changes, grades, academic standing, graduation, official transcript production, residency, and veteran’s benefits. Additionally the coordinator provides assistance with the deadlines and other academic calendar items, communicates institutional policies and procedures, and provides direction and training to the campus community regarding student rights and procedures as outlined by FERPA.
Students are able to request an official transcript in person at the Registrar’s Office located in the One Stop Suite 1300E for immediate pick-up.
The cost per transcript is $10.00. Payment option is: credit card only.
For online requests please visit Registrar: Transcript Requests for instructions.
Page last updated 4:47 PM, September 14, 2018