Enrollment Information

Enrollment Dates

All students must be advised prior to enrolling for the upcoming semester. Contact the Academic Advising Center or your Department Advisor to schedule an appointment.”   (Part-time students aren’t required to see an advisor.)

Enrollment Dates
CLASSIFICATIONSummer 2019Fall 2019
Graduates March 26 March 26
Seniors March 26 March 26
Honors Program Students March 26 March 26
Juniors March 27 March 27
Sophomores March 28 March 28
Freshmen March 29 March 29
Open Enrollment April 1 April 1

 


Application Procedure

Office of Admissions
North Shepler, 2nd Floor, 581-2289

Submit an application for admission to the Office of Admissions by mail or in person or complete online. Pay $20 application fee to the cashier in the Administration Building or at One Stop in McMahon Centennial Complex.

Freshmen or Transfer Students with less than 24 hours of credit:

  • Submit an official transcript from high school, or GED, and official transcripts from all colleges attended.
  • Submit official ACT scores if under 21 years of age.
  • Computerized Placement Tests (CPT) required if over 21 years of age

Transfer Students with 24 or more hours of credit:

  • Submit official transcripts from all previous colleges attended

Readmits:
To be readmitted, complete the application for admissions online or in the Office of Admissions and pay the $20 application fee.

Online Students
Complete the application for admission online. Online students may contact a faculty advisor in their discipline by phone or email to be enrolled.

Military Students
Active duty Army military students who intend to use tuition assistance must apply for admission online at www.GoArmyed.com.

Graduate Students
Graduate students may complete an application for admission online or in the Office of Admissions or email graduate@cameron.edu for more information.

Cameron University-Duncan
Students in the Duncan area may complete the admissions and enrollment procedures at Cameron University-Duncan, 3100 W. Bois D'Arc, Duncan, OK. 1-877-282-3626.

Orientation

Orientation is required of all students with less than 15 hours of credit. It is strongly recommended for transfer students. Call the Office of Admissions at 581-2289 to schedule an orientation.

Placement Testing

Cameron University uses ACT scores to determine placement in English, mathematics, reading and science courses for first-time entering freshmen. Students with an ACT score of less than 19 in English, mathematics, or reading are required to take a remedial course in the subject area or be approved for placement in a collegiate level course based on performance on computerized placement tests (CPT). Students will be required to remediate any mathematics or reading performance deficiencies prior to taking a science course. Students with an ACT of less than 19 will be required to complete three science courses to meet baccalaureate degree requirements.

Math, English, and Reading CPT's are required for adult students.

The Testing Center is located on the 5th floor, North Shepler or call 581-2502. CU-Duncan students may schedule testing by calling 877-282-3626.  Active duty servicemembers may take Placement Tests on Fort Sill on a walk-in basis.

Enrollment Procedures

Advisement Center
North Shepler, 1st Floor, 581-6741

  • Once admitted,  students should schedule an appointment with a faculty advisor or Advising Specialist in the Advisement Center. Students will be assigned a primary Advising Specialist during the admissions process or during orientation.
  • Active duty military students who intend to use tuition assistance must enroll online at www.GoArmyed.com. Students must visit with an academic advisor concerning advisement and enrollment.  For additional assistance, visit the Registrar's Office, 2nd Fllor, N. Shepler, (580) 581-2238.  
  • Refer to the online schedule for closed or cancelled classes and explanation of enrollment holds.

Dropping and Withdrawing

DROPPING: Courses dropped during the first ten days of a regular semester, first five days of a summer or eight-week session or proportionate period of a special schedule, will not be recorded on a student's academic record.  Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific dates.

WITHDRAWING: Courses from which a student withdraws after the drop period and prior to the end of the twelfth week of a regular semester or proportionate period of other sessions will be recorded on a student's academic record with a course status symbol of "W".  See the Academic Calendar for specific dates.

Students may not withdraw after the twelfth week of a regular semester or proportional period of other sessions.

To add, drop, or withdraw from a class, students with an Academic Advising Center, Student Support Services, or CU-Duncan advisor should meet with their advisor. Other students may process their own adds, drops and withdrawals in Aggie Access using a PIN number provided by an assigned advisor.

Non-attendance or ceasing to attend class does not constitute official withdrawal.

Student I.D. Number & Card

Upon admission, you will be assigned a unique student I.D. number. This will be a six-digit number assigned by the institution - not your social security number. You may obtain your student I.D. card at One Stop in the McMahon Centennial Complex or CU-Duncan.