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Returning Students

The information below applies to a student returning to Weatherford College, who was not enrolled during the previous two long semesters. Students who completed Dual-Credit coursework at WC or any other college, please use the New Student Checklist when enrolling.

APPLY TO WEATHERFORD COLLEGE

  • If you are returning after a period of one year, go to www.applytexas.org. (Your social security number is required to process the WC application) You will select “Readmission from prior semester.”
  • To apply after one long semester of being unenrolled, a paper application may be submitted to Student Services. You can accomplish this in person at Student Services or by emailing admissions@wc.edu.

2.  SUBMIT ADMISSION DOCUMENTS

  • PROVIDE PROOF OF MENINGITIS VACCINATION (if under age 22 and previous vaccination has expired).

3.  EXPLORE FINANCIAL AID AND WC SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

4.  ADVISING

  • MEET WITH ADVISOR AND REGISTER FOR CLASSES: All returning students must register by meeting with an advisor at any of our WC campuses. You can prepare for your advising session with this student resource.

5.  FINAL STEPS

  • DESIGNATE HOW YOU WANT TO RECEIVE FUNDS FROM WEATHERFORD COLLEGE: A pop-up on MyWC will give you the option to complete this task. This must be completed before any refunds can be made to you.
  • PAY TUITION AND FEES BY ALL DEADLINES: Paying attention to these deadlines ensures that you are not dropped for non-payment. You are responsible for all payments, regardless of forthcoming financial aid or scholarships.
  • REGISTER YOUR VEHICLE AND GET STUDENT ID: Campus PD will issue your parking tag and take your photo for your ID card. This can be accomplished 24-hours after registering for your classes. Refund designation must be made first.
  • CONSIDER HOUSING OPTIONS: Coyote Village is our on campus housing. Find additional information at www.wc.com/campus-resources/student-housing

Have Further Questions? Contact Student Services at admissions@wc.edu for assistance with the admissions process.