Weatherford College offers quality, affordable education taught by qualified, experienced faculty members. Whether you're looking to earn an associate’s degree, pick up a few classes before transferring to a four year institution, looking to earn college credit while in high school, are an adult returning to college, or wanting to pursue Continuing Education, Weatherford College has
a place for you.
Below you will find the various types of admissions a student can pursue. Below you will find the various types of admissions a student can pursue. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Services by calling 817-598-6241.
Admissions to Weatherford College is based on an open-door philosophy. To qualify for general admissions you must have graduated from an accredited high school or earned a GED.
Visit the New Student Checklist for additional admissions information.
Students who are still in High School and would like to attend Weatherford College can begin the process of Early Admission by completing a Weatherford College Application. Approximately three business days after you submit an application through Apply Texas, you should receive an email from Weatherford College with additional admissions information. If you do not receive an email from the College, please contact Student Services at 817-598-6241.
Go to the Early Admissions Page for more information about early admission at Weatherford College.
You may contact the Early Admissions Office at 817-598-8818.
Returning Student Admissions
Students returning to Weatherford College after not attending for one or more long semesters will need to submit an updated Apply Texas admissions application. This can be done in person in the Student Services Office or submitted electronically.
Returning students must provide an official transcript from the last college attended prior to return-
ing to Weatherford College. Official transcripts may be mailed to Weatherford College Student Services, 225 College Park Drive, Weatherford, TX 76086. Many colleges and universities now send electronic transcripts through Scrip-Safe, Credentials Solutions, Parchment and the National Clearinghouse. Weatherford College is a receiving institution for each of these transcript providers.
Students who are planning to transfer from another accredited institution can begin the process
by completing a Weatherford College Application. Approximately three business days after you submit an application through Apply Texas, you should receive an email from Weatherford College with additional admissions information. If you do not receive this email, check your junk
or spam folders. If the email is not there, please contact Student Services at 817-598-6241.
Please forward all transcripts to the following address:
Office of Admissions
225 College Park Drive
Weatherford, TX 76086
Health Profession Admissions
Health Profession students must apply to Weatherford College and fill out an Allied Health
application to the desired program. Each Program has different requirements. Please visit our Health Professions page for additional information.
For International Admissions information, please visit our International Students Web Page.
Students who did not successfully complete a high school program, have not completed the
GED, and whose graduating class would have already graduated may still be eligible to attend Weatherford College. Contact Ralph Willingham, Director of Admissions, for information and assistance. He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-598-6218
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