Below you will find tabs to all sorts of registation related information. If you are not yet a Wesley student please visit the Admissions page for information on admission to Wesley.
It is important for you to read this information in detail before registering. The schedule in PDF form is available on the Catalog & Courses page. There is a separate Summer page for detailed information about Summer courses.
You are strongly encouraged to meet with your faculty advisor once per semester. Your advisor is listed on the "My Profile" page when you are logged in to WesleyWeb. During your first semester you must meet with your advisor and submit a Degree Plan Worksheet to the Registrar's Office. Again, when a student is roughly 2/3 of the way through their degree program they will be required to meet with their advisor again and submit to the Registrar's Office an updated Degree Plan. Failure to submit these plans will result in blocked registration.
As described in the Holds and Warnings tab, outstanding balances and other missing information may result in registration holds. You can check the status of your account by checking the "My Holds and Warnings" page on WesleyWeb.
Certain courses in the Course Schedule are designated by the faculty as Limited Enrollment. Limited Enrollment Priority Registration is a two-week period at the beginning of each registration term. During this period you may request registration in a limited enrollment courses by adding yourself to the waitlist.
At the end of the two-week period, students will be sorted by the Registrar's Office according to their proximity to graduation. If the course fills, students are placed on the waitlist for the course in the same priority order. Any registrations for Limited Enrollment courses received after this 2-week period will be added to the end of the waitlist on a "first-come" basis, or registered directly into the course if there are seats available.
Most course registration will happen online via the WesleyWeb registration portal. Students may log in to WesleyWeb using the single sign-in feature on the MyWesley page. If you have lost your WesleyWeb login information please visit the "Need Help?" tab.
SUMMER / FALL 2014 SCHEDULE
The latest edition of the schedule is located on the Course & Schedules page. The PDF files include the schedules with at-a-glance grids, the detailed schedules, and the courses that fulfill requirements toward the M.Div. degree. Students with an older computer may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the schedule.
March 17 – 28, 2014
Limited Enrollment Priority Registration
See the tab above for a description of the Limited Enrollment process for certain designated courses.
Starting March 29, 2014 and continuing on -
WesleyWeb Open Registration
You may register directly for all courses not designated as limited enrollment, or all courses with open seats after the Limited Enrollment period has ended. All degree students are requested to register during the first four weeks of registration to help Wesley's faculty and staff with classroom preparation and course planning. For full courses you may add yourself to the waitlist. The system will generate an email message automatically to your Wesley email address when you are moved from the waitlist into a class. You may also check your registration status on WesleyWeb.
Registration processing begins on March 17, 2014. Students currently enrolled at Wesley Theological Seminary must register for Summer Term using WesleyWeb. New students are asked to complete the 2014 summer registration form, attach any necessary documentation/applicable fees and mail the materials to:
Wesley Theological Seminary
4500 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
After the Registration Period has ended you will be unable to make registration changes on WesleyWeb. Thus, any changes in registration must be made in writing on a Registration Form, and late fees may be assessed. Non-attendance does not constitute a course drop. Professors take attendance and the Registrar's Office makes every effort to contact non-attending students, however, it is the your responsibilty to make registration modifications within the given deadlines and to communicate with their professors or the Registrar's Office as needed. Students who fail to attend a course will owe tuition per the pro-rated drop schedule printed in the Catalog and described above.
The following circumstances will result in a hold on your account that will prohibit you from registering:
You may check your holds and warnings on WesleyWeb prior to the beginning of the registration period to make sure that you are clear for registration.
Courses offered through the Washington Theological Consortium will be listed at http://www.washtheocon.org/. To register for a Consortium course, logon to WesleyWeb and click on the Consortium Registration link. Your registration will be processed by the Registrar's Office and you will receive an email copy of the form that Wesley's Registrar's Office sends to the host Consortium school.
Please note: Wesley's Registrar's Office will not officially register you for your Consortium class until we receive confirmation from the host school that there is room in their class. Thus the registration process can take several days or weeks even, depending on the schedule of the host school's Registrar's Office.
To drop a Consortium course, complete the on-line Consortium registration form again and select the "drop" option.
NOTE: Forms on the Consortium website ARE NOT for registration. You must complete the form on WesleyWeb to register for a Consortium course.
To register for a course offered at American University, you must complete the American University Cooperative Registration Form. AU cross registration requires permission of the Dean at Wesley and the Registrar at AU. It is your responsibility to get the appropriate permissions and return a copy of the completed form to the Registrar’s Office at both institutions.
The maximum number of credits hours that may be earned at American University is 12 credit hours in a single degree program or 18 credit hours for dual degree students at American/Wesley who are fulfilling their thesis requirement at American (15 if writing the M.T.S. paper at Wesley).
For more information on the dual degrees available with American University please refer to the Catalog.
Master's Students wishing to undertake a Directed Study with a faculty member must submit a proposal. Directed Study proposals should be submitted to the Dean's Office on a Directed Study Application form during the registration period. Your plan of study must be developed in consultation with a faculty member who then must sign the form before submission. The Directed Study will be added to your registration once the approved application is received by the Dean's Office.
Use the Registration Help Form when logged in to WesleyWeb for the following:
If you have any other problems with WesleyWeb registration.
If you have any other questions about registration using WesleyWeb, please use the Registration Help Form when you are logged in to WesleyWeb or contact us at email@example.com or 202-885-8650. We will respond to your questions within one business day.
If you have technical problems with WesleyWeb (e.g. login/password), please submit an eSupport ticket).
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