New Student Registration
Welcome to the University of West Georgia! We are delighted that you will be joining us!
As a new student, you may receive a schedule that was made for you by professional advisors. These schedules were made based on the questionnaire you filled out during registration for Orientation. As part of orientation, new undergraduates will be directed through advisement, registration, and the fee payment process. Having a pre-made schedule allows students more options for class choice, and is designed to make the registration process easier and more efficient for students. You will have an opportunity to change your courses during open registration and drop/add (the first few days of classes).
As a new transfer student, you will need to attend Orientation prior to registering for courses. You will also need to meet with a professional advisor who will help you make informed decisions about your class schedule. You will have an opportunity to register or change your courses afterwards during open registration and drop/add.
New Readmits and Transients
You can come to the Enrollment Services Center between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm or you can register online using Banweb during open registration and drop/add. However, course pre-requisites or special approvals may prevent registration on Banweb.
Auditors and Unclassified Students
As an official visitor, you will be able to register for open courses during the drop/add period each term. Advisement and Orientation is not required for non-degree seeking students.
Online eCore Students
Students should read carefully the information found at http://ecore.westga.edu to be certain eCore learning is right for them and to understand the policies related to eCore courses. Students must complete the eCore Online Orientation before registering for an eCore course. Go here for information about registering for an eCore course: http://ecore.usg.edu/reg
Again, we welcome you to West Georgia and hope that you will have a successful career with us here!
Important Tax Notice for Spring 2013 Registration:
In each instance above (pre-made schedules for those attending Orientation, and registration for courses by transfer students), students are actually registered for courses and fees are assessed in the 2012 tax year. Even though the courses won’t begin until 2013, a record of registration and fees is created in 2012. University of West Georgia is required by law to report to the IRS all of those who register for courses in IRS form 1098T in the year that the record is created and in the year fees are assessed. For the 2012 1098T form, we will report that fees are assessed for all of those who have schedules and a record for 2013 made in 2012, but will indicate that actual enrollment is in another year. To determine the tax implications of the 1098T form in 2012 and 2013 for your individual taxes, we suggest that you consult with a tax advisor.
If you have not yet applied:
See our Admissions page for important document deadlines and application information. They may also be contacted at:
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
Telephone: (678) 839-4000.