Registration and Records


The university publishes a schedule of classes for fall, spring, and summer terms. Students may find current schedule information and registration dates on the Registrar website.  

The university encourages students to register for classes online through Web for StudentsStudents needing assistance with registration may visit Enrollment Services located in the University Center (UC260), contact us via phone at 903-334-6601, or by e-mail at

To be eligible to register, students must be admitted to the university, have all vaccination requirements, financial obligations, and testing requirements cleared as well as have no current holds on their academic record.

Web for Students

Web for Students is a web-based interface to Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s student-information system.  Students can access Web for Students to view their admission status, view their account summary, register for classes, access financial-aid information, access grade information, access holds information, and obtain unofficial transcripts.

How to use Web for Students:

  1. From the home page of the Texas A&M University-Texarkana website, select "Quicklinks" and click on “Web for Students/Faculty.
  2. Enter the User ID (CWID). The university has provided the student with his or her Campus Wide ID in previous correspondence.
  3. Enter the six-digit PIN number.  When students first access Web for Students, the default pin number will be their date of birth in the format of MMDDYY, (example - April 15, 1975 = 041575).  The system will ask the student to change the PIN by selecting another six-digit number that is not his or her date of birth.
  4. The student must set up a Pin Question and Answer the first time he or she accesses Web for Students.
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen to select the desired information.
  6. To register for classes, select “Registration” and “Add or Drop Classes.”
  7. To check grades, select “Student Records” and “Final Grades.”

Note: To register for classes using Web for Students, the student must enter the five-digit call number (Call#) for the course. The Call# is located before the section number in the course listing. Students may access Web for Students on any computer with Internet connectivity. Students who do not have access to the Internet from home may use computers that are available in the library or access the Web via a computer terminal available in Enrollment Services. Once online registration has closed, students may not withdraw from the university on Web for Students. A student who wishes to drop or withdraw may view the Drop and Withdraw Policies in this catalog, as well as view Drop/Withdraw deadlines on the Registrar website.  Students who have questions regarding the drop/withdraw process may contact the Registrar's Office at 903-334-6601 or

Blackboard Courses

Texas A&M University-Texarkana uses Blackboard Web-course-management software that allows easy access to all of the Web-based and Web-enhanced courses, including a student-orientation course designed to familiarize students with the basic course functions of the Blackboard tools.

How to access Blackboard:

  1. From the home page of the Texas A&M University-Texarkana website, select "Quicklinks" and click on “Blackboard.
  2. When a student is ready to access a course, he or she should select “Go to My Blackboard.”

Note:  Faculty may not allow access to Blackboard until the first day of the term.

Concurrent Enrollment

Students may enroll concurrently with Texas A&M University-Texarkana and with another college or university (including correspondence course work). No written permission for concurrent enrollment is necessary. However, the university will require a transcript once the student completes the courses. The issuing college or university may directly mail this transcript to the Texas A&M University-Texarkana campus. The university will accept hand-delivered or mailed official transcripts if they are in a clearly sealed, university-issued envelope. Students may not enroll concurrently during their final semester at Texas A&M University-Texarkana.

Data Maintained by the University

The university accumulates data and maintains records to enable staff and faculty to plan educational opportunities to meet the needs of individual students, to understand students better, to counsel more effectively with them, and to assist them in continuing in graduate education or securing employment after graduation.

The university maintains student records in the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Fiscal Affairs, Academic Affairs, Teacher Certification, Deans, Faculty, Placement, Institutional Advancement, and Planning and Institutional Effectiveness. These offices make provisions for students and the parents of dependent students to review and challenge the accuracy of records when appropriate and upon request. A student must file all changes regarding name, address, and major with the registrar’s office during the current semester. The university regards students’ records as confidential.

The Office of Admissions retains the minimum of the following documents in a student’s permanent-education record:

  • admission application
  • transfer transcripts
  • test scores (if applicable)
  • correspondence
  • any other documents pertaining to the student’s academic career at Texas A&M University-Texarkana

The university releases student records only for the faculty and professional staff’s use for authorized university-related purposes. The university releases a student’s academic records only with written consent of the student or due to a court subpoena.

Updating the Student Record

The university bases records of a student’s biographical information, address, etc. upon the information on the student’s application for admission.  Students must report changes made to their records after they have registered in writing to the registrar’s office.  Once a student has attended the university, the university will not process name changes on the student e-mail account.

The student is responsible for any university communication the university mailed to the name and address on record.  A student must present sufficient documentation when he or she changes his or her name.  Students may locate these listed items on the student-update form on the Admissions and Registrar Web sites.