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Resumption Date of Texas Women’s University after COVID-19 Outbreak

Resumption Date of Texas Women’s University after COVID-19 Outbreak

The management of the Texas Women’s University due to COVID-19 outbreak has been drawn to the notification of rescheduling of activities. the fresh and returning students are hereby advice to follow the new student’s academic calendar 2020 session. read through. Programme

The Texas Women’s University campus will remain closed until the further notice which messages will be sent to communicate to all students the resumption date through email and valid phone number. visit this page for more update.

Meanwhile, Texas Women’s University student academic are attached on pdf below click and download.

 

Calendar-at-a-Glance-2019-2020

 

However, Texas Women’s University admission is ongoing, the procedure and requirement for both fresh students, an international and returning student, below are the details

The Office of Admissions Processing’s main responsibilities are applicant document management (electronic and hard-copy), application entry and validation, transcript (undergraduate, graduate, and international) evaluation, communications, undergraduate admission decisions and transcript updates.

Undergraduate Admissions Overview

  • Priority application deadlines: March 1 for fall; November 1 for spring; One month before the first day of summer sessions
    • Check the Academic Calendar for the first day of class dates
  • Apply early for benefits, including:
    • More time to identify and award scholarships you are eligible for
    • Earlier applying and acceptance of financial aid and housing
  • Specific programs have varying application deadlines. Check the undergraduate catalog for information on your program.
  • Average application processing time is 2–3 weeks — once all documents are received
  • Stay up-to-date on the status of your application by creating your Pioneer Portal account and logging into WebAdvisor

International Students

you’re considered for admission as an international student if you:

  • Hold a visa with a foreign nationality
  • Hold asylum, refugee or temporary protected status
  • Are a pending U.S. permanent resident

You will be admitted as an international undergraduate (first-year and transfer) or graduate student based on your previous academic experience.

 

  • Priority application deadlines: March 1 for fall; November 1 for spring; One month before the first day of summer sessions
  • Apply early for benefits, including:
    • More time to identify and award scholarships you are eligible for
    • Earlier applying and acceptance of financial aid and housing
  • Average application processing time is 4-6 weeks – once all documents are received
  • Stay up-to-date on the status of your application by creating your Pioneer Portal account and logging into WebAdvisor

 

Regular Admission

You meet the requirements for regular admission if you meet all of the following:

  • Graduated from a regionally accredited high school, homeschool program or hold a GED or HiSET* certificate of completion, and
  • Earned at least a 2.0 high school grade point average on a 4.0 scale, and
  • Ranked in the top 50 per cent of your high school graduating class, and
  • Met one of these SAT or ACT score requirements: This requirement is temporarily suspended in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • SAT prior to March 2016: 1000 (based on Critical Reading and Math combined)
    • SAT after March 2016: 1080 (based on Evidenced-Based Reading and Writing, and Math combined)
    • ACT: 21 (or above) composite
  • Met one of these curriculum requirements:
    • Completed or enrolled in the Foundation, Recommended or Distinguished Texas High School Curriculum**, or an International Baccalaureate Program, or
    • If attending a private Texas high school or an out-of-state high school, completed or enrolled in a college-prep curriculum as outlined below:
      • English (4 semester credit hours)
      • Math (3 semester credit hours, including Algebra II)
      • Science (3 semester credit hours)
      • Social Studies (3 semester credit hours)
      • Academic Electives (3 semester credit hours)

Note: Admission to the University does not automatically guarantee admission to a particular college, school or program.

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