As an admitted degree seeking, non-degree seeking, or audit student, the Military, Adult, and Transfer Services will serve as your point of contact for any questions you may have about campus services. Please contact us with any questions, and take advantage of the many services we offer and events we host.
Students admitted to Winthrop under our senior citizen programs must adhere to all Winthrop University policies and procedures. A full listing of steps required for admitted Senior Citizen students can be found in the Senior Citizen's Guide to Taking Undergraduate Classes (pdf - 248 kb) or the Senior Citizen's Guide to Taking Graduate Classes (coming soon).
Once admitted, but prior to the start of classes, students must do the following:
Submit immunization forms to Health and Counseling Services. All students must provide proof for:
Immunization also is recommended for Meningococcal Disease and Meningitis, but not required for students over 25 years of age.
Immunization is a “win-win” situation for all involved, as it provides a healthy learning environment for all Winthrop faculty, staff, and students.
Senior Citizens who need these immunizations administered may do so with their own medical care personnel or can have it taken care of by Health and Counseling Services in Crawford Building for a nominal fee.
Set up your e-mail account. Undergraduate students may begin this process at the New Student Checklist or through a request form. Graduate students may begin this process at the New Graduate Student Checklist. If you have any difficulty, please contact the Help Desk in 15 Tillman.
If you are a degree seeking student, you must be advised by your official academic advisor prior to the start of the term. Undergraduate degree seeking students will be advised initially during an Orientation session, which you can sign up via accessing your New Student Checklist. Graduate degree seeking students will receive contact information for their advisor in their admissions e-mail.
At the start of the semester, students must accomplish the following:
Senior Citizens who wish to enroll in courses for an additional semester should contact Military, Adult, and Transfer Services. Our staff will review your information and let you know if we need any additional information. Degree seeking students will need to meet with their assigned advisor. All students should then follow the registration procedures outlined above. You will need a new parking permit and/or ID only if your old one has been misplaced or expired.