Spring Registration Is Open

Spring Registration Is Open

Bob Gardner, registrar, helps students register during Fall 2012.

Registration for Spring semester at Southwestern is open to students. Returning students may register at portal.swau.edu. New students may apply for Southwestern at http://www.swau.edu/.

The first step is to meet with an advisor to create a class schedule. This enables a student to prepare early for classes and make sure they order their textbooks on time.

There are seven steps in the registration process. After students schedule their classes, step one begins: financial registration. Students should meet with their advisors as soon as possible.

If you have any questions or problems contact Bob Gardner, registrar, at (817) 202-6205 or gardnerr@swau.edu.

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