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Your academic advisors are still here for you even as we take precautions against COVID-19. Rest assured your health and safety are important to us, and we can still assist you with your advising needs through online technology. You will still meet with us to pick out your summer and fall courses using Microsoft Teams. Schedule your appointment and your advisor will contact you via a Microsoft Teams meeting. To learn more about Microsoft Teams, check out this video.

During this time, the easiest way to reach your advisor is by their email.

For the latest information from Texas Wesleyan University on the coronavirus, please visit

Class Meeting Information

Texas Wesleyan University is committed to starting the fall semester on Aug. 17 with in-person classes in a hybrid format. This format enables us to accommodate social distancing during in-person class meetings and will help keep our students, faculty and staff safe. The following spreadsheet shows you the classes with building and room number locations as well as the specific day(s) and times courses will meet face-to-face and virtually.

Please visit the Registrar’s Office website for the latest class meeting information throughout the semester.

Ready to pick your classes?

With the help of the academic advising staff, planning your class schedule and discovering more about your major is a breeze. We can help make sure your classes meet all the requirements necessary to graduate on time.

Follow the steps below to get the most out of your advising appointment. If you are a graduate student, you'll be assigned an advisor based on your academic program. To find your faculty advisor, go to Ramlink and select "Email My Advisor(s)."

  1. Review your degree audit

    Review your degree audit from your Ramlink account and use it to plan your schedule. Don't forget to bring it to your appointment with your advisor. 

  2. Review your courses

    Take a look at your degree audit. See what prerequisite courses you need to take and the order you need to take them. Use any of the forms or course guides below to help you plan your schedule.

    Planning Guides & Forms

    How to Search for Classes Prerequisite Override Permission Form
    Address/Name Change Form Request for Enrollment at Another University
    General Education Core Transfer Equivalency Guides
  3. Plan your schedule

    Plan a tentative schedule of the classes you want to take. Include the section number, days of the week and time. Don't forget to consider if you

    • Are a commuter student
    • Are an athlete
    • Have a job
  4. Schedule an appointment with your advisor

    Look for an email from Academic Advising requesting you schedule an advising appointment. To make your appointment as productive as possible, bring your ideas of classes you would like to take for the next semester. It's a good idea to fill out any forms you need during advising to speed up the registration process later. Want to speak with your advisor directly? We can help.

    Find Your Academic Advisor

    Are you a distance-learning student?

    No worries! Call 817-531-5824 or email us at and we will set up an appointment via phone or Skype.

  5. Register for class

    You've done all the legwork. It's time to register for classes. You'll sign up for your classes on a specified date each semester. Registration will also take place in the Academic Advising center.

    It's a good rule to visit your advisor at least once a semester, but it's even better to visit more regularly. Your advisor will help you stay on track to meet the requirements you need to graduate and do it on time.

    Don't forget to fill out your Request for Enrollment at Another University, if you plan on taking classes outside of Texas Wesleyan.