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Northwest offers a self enrollment system for preregistration through 'CatPAWS. Midterm grades, final grades and academic history records (transcripts) are also available on 'CatPAWS.
If for any reason students cannot use the web-based system, they can enroll or adjust schedules in the Registrar's office with signed pre-enrollment forms or drop/add forms.
Enrollment begins with the initial time and continues through August 31 for the Fall 2014 trimester.
Find your classification and total earned credit hours, to determine the first date you may preregister for Summer and Fall 2014 classes.
|Grad, Spec, Postbac and Honors Program Students:||0 and above||Mar 17|
|Senior:||130 and above||Mar 17||Sophomore:||50 and above||Apr 7|
|120 and above||Mar 18||45 and above||Apr 8|
|110 and above||Mar 19||40 and above||Apr 9|
|100 and above||Mar 20||35 and above||Apr 10|
|90 and above||Mar 21||30 and above||Apr 11|
|Junior:||80 and above||Mar 31||Freshman:||20 and above||Apr 14|
|75 and above||Apr 1||15 and above||Apr 15|
|70 and above||Apr 2||10 and above||Apr 16|
|65 and above||Apr 3||5 and above||Apr 17|
|60 and above||Apr 4||0 and above||Apr 18|
Use your 'CatPAWS account to verify your enrollment and personal information.
Please verify online at your convenience between August 21 and August 25 as follows:
Online LATE verification will be available on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 26 and 27, but a $15 Late Fee will be charged to your account.
Your class schedule will be cancelled on Thursday, Aug. 28 if you do not complete online verification.
If you have preregistered and will not be attending the Fall 2014 trimester, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, August 22 to avoid financial obligation.
If you have questions concerning your enrollment, contact the Registrar's Office at 660.562.1151.
You MUST verify in order to receive your undergraduate textbooks. After Online Verification is completed, Textbook Pickup is located in The Station.
|Friday, August 22||8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Sunday, August 24||1 p.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Monday, August 25||8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
Any prepackaged textbooks picked up after these designated times will be assessed a late fee.
General registration for the 2014 Fall Trimester will be held Saturday, Aug. 23 from 9:30 a.m. to Noon, using the alphabetical schedule below. You should register at the time indicated according to the first letter of your last name.
|9:30 - 10:00 a.m.||U - Z and Special Populations|
|10:00 - 10:30 a.m.||A - E|
|10:30 - 11:00 a.m.||F - J|
|11:00 - 11:30 a.m.||K - O|
|11:30 a.m. - Noon||P - T|
General Registration will be held on the first floor of the Administration Building by entering the east entrance doors. Students begin the enrollment process at the Admissions Office table located near the east entrance. All new students will set up their 'CatPAWS account enabling personal access to the web-based enrollment and degree audit systems PRIOR to meeting with an advisor. Continuing students should also go to the Admissions Office table to set their enrollment PIN. All students will then proceed to the advisement area located on the first floor. Academic advisors will be present to assist in completing the enrollment process. Students will be asked to keep their degree, major, minor, advisor, local address and other demographic information current by providing changes during the registration process.
To complete the enrollment process, ALL students must turn in signed advisement forms to the Registrar's stations located at the Student Services Desk in the center of the first floor to obtain a printed Class Schedule. Graduate students must have their advisement form signed by both the advisor and the Graduate Office. Fees should be paid at Bursar/Cashiering Office located on the first floor.
A printed Class Schedule must be presented to obtain textbooks. Undergraduate textbooks will be available at Textbook Services located in The Station after registration. Textbook Services is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Outreach is proud of its history of offering Northwest courses and programs at off-campus sites. Currently courses are offered at the St. Joseph Center at 3500 North Village Drive, Suite 100 South, St. Joseph, and the Kansas City Center, Kansas City, Missouri. To view program availability and directions to these locations, visit the Outreach website at http://www.nwmissouri.edu/outreach. For more information please contact one of the following:
St. Joseph Center
Kansas City Center