Students admitted to undergraduate study at William Woods University are admitted in one of two classifications.
Undergraduate Student Classifications
Regular: A student who has satisfied all requirements and prerequisites for admission to the Graduate College degree completion program and intends a sustained pattern of study for the purpose of completing the degree.
Special: A student who holds a baccalaureate or graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution and who intends to enroll for a specific course or courses; or, a student otherwise qualified for admission who intends to enroll for a course with no intention of completing a degree; or, a student intending to qualify for Regular standing who has yet to complete the application process but who documents prior baccalaureate work and qualifying grade point average from a regionally accredited institution.
Undergraduate Admission Process
To be considered for admission to Regular or Special Standing, a prospective student must submit a complete application for admission to Graduate College. A complete application for admission consists of the following:
- A completed Graduate College Application form, and
- Official transcripts from all high schools (GED) and undergraduate institutions the student attended.
- 25 Transferable credit hours. * (Degree Completion Programs only)
International applicants see related policy
These policies apply to the Semester Program/On Campus students only. Graduate College Students will need to consult the Graduate College Regulations.