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The Spring 2018 course offerings are available on WesPortal, Home tab, Course Search Portlet (magnifying glass icon).

Advising/Registration Dates to Remember:

October 23
~ Advising/Online registration begins for Seniors (must have at least 82 earned hours after this semester) and all Evening Program students.

October 30 ~ Online registration begins for Juniors (must have at least 52 earned hours after this semester).

November 6 ~ Online registration begins for all other students.

To Do List While Planning your Schedule:

  1. Clear your holds! If you have a hold, it will prevent you from registering. You can see if you have any holds on WesPortal: Student tab, Registration and Degree Information, Course Schedules portlet.
  2. Make an appointment with your advisor for registration clearance. You can see who your advisor is on WesPortal: Student tab, Academic Information portlet.
  3. Determine your degree requirements. Review the catalogue! Also, review your degree progress located on WesPortal, Student tab, Registration and Degree Information, My Degree Progress. You can also download audit sheet documents on WesPortal, Wesnet tab, Advising.
  4. Review the course prerequisite. Make sure that you have met the requirements for each class before registering. The prerequisite is located in the course description. Click on the course link on WesPortal, Course Schedules portlet to read the details or review the catalogue.

Registration Exceptions/Overrides:

If you need assistance registering for a day or night class (outside of your status), request an overload, or request to register for a full course, submit the Registration Exception Form on WesPortal, WesNet tab, Registrar's Office - student section.

To register for a class that requires permission from the instructor, theatre classes that require an audition, or to receive credit for Varsity Athletics, submit the Registration Form on WesPortal, WesNet tab, Registrar's Office - student section.

The Registrar's Office staff is available if you need help with registration or advising. Appointments are preferred.

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From the College Catalogue: “Payment Policy.  A student may not register for or attend classes until her account has been satisfactorily paid in the Business Office.  All financial obligations to Wesleyan College must be met before a student can receive a diploma or a transcript of record.”

Semester -  2017              Payment Due Date      

Fall                                8/4/2017
Fall Split term A                8/4/2017
Fall Split term B     10/2/2017
Spring       12/08/2017
Spring Split term A    12/08/2017
Spring Split term B       3/02/2018

What does this mean?

To remain registered, attend class, or live on campus in a semester, the balance due to the college after all financial aid, loans, and scholarships must be paid by the due dates below.  Students who have not satisfied their accounts by these dates will be administratively dropped from their classes.

Enrollment is not complete until all standard tuition, housing, and fees have been covered via at least one of the below listed payment criteria.  Students who have not satisfied the amounts due to the college by the semester due dates will be administratively dropped from their courses.  Students may re-enroll in classes until the end of drop/take by satisfying their balance due and paying a $150 re-enrollment fee.


In the event a financial aid award or promised payment plan payment does not occur, or a balance becomes past due for any reason during the semester, students with an outstanding past due balance with the college will not be allowed to register for or attend classes, access grades electronically, or remain in campus housing.  Additionally, the college will not issue a transcript or a diploma until the financial obligation is met in full.


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Undergraduate and Graduate students do NOT need to purchase textbooks. Wesleyan College provides a rental of textbooks to you based on your class registration.

Textbooks for transient, auditors, and cross-registered students are not provided and you must purchase these materials on your own.

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Pursuant unto HEOA Sec. 112 amended HEA Title I, Part C: C added HEA Sec. 133(d) (20 U.S.C. 1015b), the following details the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) and list retail price information of required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials for courses offered at Wesleyan College.

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