We can verify current enrollment; however, according to FERPA we cannot release how many credits they are registered for or specific courses they are taking.
A student can withdraw from courses up to a specific date indicated in the course offerings booklet. After that specific date they need to appeal for a late withdrawal in the Office of the Registrar. Approvals require documentation.
Officially withdraw all his/her courses and contact Housing and Financial Aid if it is not at the end of a semester.
The student must withdraw through the Office of the Registrar and then appeal with Accounting Services for a refund.
Students retain their status as eligible to take courses for an entire year before they have to reapply with the University.
Please contact the Admissions Office and apply for permission to take courses.
The registration system is accessed through the WMU student portal. Students can easily register using their signon.
There is no guarantee that students will be able to get the courses they want. Time Ticket (formerly priority registration) is set up so that students who are closer to graduating will be able to register sooner. However, popular courses will fill up faster.
Students are continually dropping and adding to their schedules during the registration period; therefore, a student can continue to try to add a course untill the end of the drop/add period. There are a number of options in fulfilling general education requirements and the course catalog outlines the possible selections. College advisors are helpful in selecting options.
The governing board at each university in Michigan has the authority to establish a residency policy/guidelines for admissions and/or fee purposes. Therefore, residency policies (guidelines) may vary from school to school and are independent of those used by other state authorities to determine residency for purposes such as income and property tax liability, driving and voting.
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