Admitted Students

** Required by all students.

1.   Visit Campus

 

2.   Submit Tuition Deposit**

Submitting your deposit reserves your spot in the incoming class, reserves housing and allows you to register for classes. Space is limited so don't delay! Any student planning to attend, must submit the deposit.

Your deposit is applied toward your cost of attendance and fully refundable through May 1. If you submit your deposit prior to March 1, you are charged $150. Deposits submitted after March 1, you are charged $250.

To submit your deposit online, click on the above link or mail your deposit to:

William Woods University

Office of Admissions
One University Ave,
Fulton, Missouri 65251

You may also submit your deposit by calling the Office of Admission at 1.800.995.3159 or 573.592.4221.

 

3.   Submit the following Financial Aid documents:

FAFSA** (Free Application for Student Federal Aid)

FERPA** (Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act)

     

4.   Accept or decline WWU Scholarships and Financial Aid offers

WWU FAFSA code is 002525. Please contact your Admissions Representative or Student Financial Services at 573.592.4232 with any questions regarding Financial Aid.

 

5.   Secure Housing by completing the New Student Questionnaire**

This is where you are able to let us know the type of roommate you're looking for, or if you already have someone in mind you would like to room with!

 

6.   Dual Credit, AP, IB Survey**

Required for freshman only, this form must be submitted prior to registering for classes.

 

7.   Transfer Equivalency

Determine whether your credits will transfer to WWU.  William Woods is continually working to update this transfer equivalency website.  If you do not find the institution from which you are transferring, please contact Tara Emerson at 573.592.4251 or e-mail her at tara.emerson@williamwoods.edu.

 

8.   Attend Freshman Advantage

Want to earn extra credit hours? This program is a three week program designed for incoming freshman to give you a head start on your college classes by earning 7 credit hours. You get to experience William Woods, meet upper classmen mentors, stay on campus and make new friends before you officially arrive in August. 2013-2014 dates TBA.

 

9.   Equestrian Student? Submit the Incoming Student Questionnaire & Video

 

10. Attend WWU 101 on April 11-12, 2014

          Can't attend WWU 101? Contact your admissions representative.

 

11. Submit your final Transcripts**

Upon completion of your final semester at your previous institution, please sent your final High School/College transcript(s) sent to William Woods. Due to federal regulations you are not eligible for federal financial aid until your high school transcripts have been submitted. Mail to: William Woods University, Office of Admissions, One University Ave, Fulton Missouri, 65251

 

12. Send Immunization & Health Records**

 

13. Check out the New Student Webpage & watch for info from Student Life!

This link will provide important links to all the information you'll need as you prepare for your arrival to William Woods!

 

14. Order books

 

15. Stay Connected all year long!

Student Blogs, with your admissions representative, attend Freshman Advantage, become a fan of WWU on Facebook.

 

16. Participate in New Student Orientation & Move-In Activities

Move-in and orientation for the fall of 2014 new student class begins at 8:00 AM on August 20th, 2014. Check out the orientation schedule here!  

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