Step 1: Create Your Account

It only takes a minute to create an account. You just need your name, email address and a username and password you can remember.

To create an account, choose a username, enter your first name, last name and email address, then enter and re-enter a password you can remember.

Once you're finished, check your inbox. We'll send you a link to verify your email, and you'll log in with the username and password you created.

This is the verification email you will receive.


Step 2: Start Your Application

The application is divided into three pages:

  • Basic information
  • Academic information
  • Background information

You can move through the pages by clicking the "Previous" and "Next" buttons, or you can jump between pages using the links on the left.

This is how you can navigate your admissions application.

The application only takes 10-15 minutes to finish, but if you need to take a break, you can click "logout" to save your work and finish later.

This is what happens when you click "logout" in your application. It saves your work and exits the application.

When you submit your application, if you're missing any information, we'll show you a list of which items you still need to complete. Otherwise, you'll be taken to the self-service center.

Incomplete application notification.

This is the message you receive when you successfully submit your application.


Post-Application Instructions

Next Step: Submit Your Transcripts and English Proficiency


We need your official examination results, marks, transcripts or grade sheets from your secondary school. If you are a transfer student, we also need a transcript from every college or university you have attended.

If your documents are not issued in English, we need you to provide an English translation of them. You can locate an accredited translator through the American Translators Association.

English Proficiency:

Native speakers of English are waived of the requirement to document English proficiency.

Otherwise, we accept these forms of proof as English proficiency:

  • On-campus Intensive English: Complete to level 9.
  • TOEFL: 68 (Internet), 190 (Computer), 520 (Paper)
  • IELTS: 6.0 academic band score
  • College credit: 30 or more college-level credit hours completed in the U.S.
  • Passing scores in two semesters of college-level freshman composition in the U.S.

Graduate programs require different test scores. Email for information.


Notice to Recruitment Partners

In compliance with 34 CFR § 668.14(b)(22), Texas Wesleyan University pays commission, bonuses or other incentive payments only to recruiters of foreign students residing in foreign countries who are not eligible to receive U.S. federal student assistance.

Contact Us
International Admissions

Location: Dan Waggoner Annex
Phone: +1-817-531-5868
Fax: 817-531-4261

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact Us:
1201 Wesleyan Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105

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