Frequently Asked Questions

What is the first step to enrolling?
Fill out an application for admission and submit by mail or in person to the Office of Admissions, 2nd Floor, North Shepler, or at CU-Duncan.  Note: Bring high school and college transcripts and photo identification.

Where can an individual get an application for admission?
An admission application can be obtained at the Office of Admissions (2nd Floor, North Shepler, 580-581-2289), at CU-Duncan, or may be completed online at https://banner05.cameron.edu/prod/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon.  The Office of Admissions and CU-Duncan are open 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.

Where does a student obtain scholarship information?
Financial Assistance Office (3rd Floor, North Shepler, 581-2293) or go to http://www.cameron.edu/financial_aid.

What classes will transfer to Cameron University?
To transfer classes to Cameron, a student needs to bring his/her official transcripts to the Office of Admissions (2nd Floor, North Shepler, 580-581-2289) and schedule an appointment for a transfer evaluation.

Where do I go to pay my tuition?
The Cashier in the Business Office (Administration Building) or One Stop (McMahon Centennial Complex, MCC) or you may pay by phone at 580-581-2219.

Where do I go if I have questions about charges on my bill?
The Cashier in the Business Office (Administration Building) or One Stop (McMahon Centennial Complex, MCC) or you may call 580-581-2219.

Where do VA (Veterans Affairs) students get VA information?
Veterans Affairs office located on the 3rd floor, North Shepler or at http://www.cameron.edu/veteran_affairs.

Where does a student get a parking permit?
In the One Stop office located in the McMahon Centennial Complex. 

Where can I find out about Academic Forgiveness?
Registrar's Office, Room 205, North Shepler.

Where do I go to change my name/address?
Transcript Office, Room 207, North Shepler or CU-Duncan.  Official documentation must be presented for name change.

How many hours are needed for full-time status at the undergraduate level?
A student is considered full-time when enrolled in 12 or more credit hours during a 16-week semester, 6 or more credit hours in an 8-week session.

How many hours are needed for full-time status at the graduate level?
A student is considered full-time when enrolled in 9 or more credit hours during a 16-week semester, 4 or more credit hours in an 8-week session.

How do I qualify for the Dean's list?
Full-time students whose semester grade point average is 3.0 or better will be listed on the Dean's List.  Full-time status is determined by semester earned hours in college credit courses.

How do I qualify for the President's list?
Full-time students whose semester grade point average is 4.0 will be listed on the President's list.  Full-time status is determined by semester earned hours in college credit courses.

How do I apply to graduate with an Associate's or Bachelor's  degree?
The semester before you plan to graduate, obtain a signed and up-to-date degree plan from your faculty advisor and deliver it to the Registrar's Office, Room 205, North Shepler.  You will fill out an application for graduation form and will receive information about commencement and diplomas.  An official degree check will be performed and you will be notified by mail of the results.

How do I apply to graduate with a Master's degree?
Go to the Registrar's Office, Room 205, North Shepler the semester before you plan to graduate.  At this point, you will fill out an application for graduation form and will receive information about commencement and diplomas.  We will request an updated degree plan from your academic advisor and will perform a final degree check.  You will be notified by mail of the results.

What degrees are offered at Cameron University?
Refer to the Cameron Catalog or http://www.cameron.edu/academic/degrees.html for a list of current degrees available.

How do I change my major?
Obtain a change of program form from the Registrar's Office, Room 205, North Shepler, or at CU-Duncan, and select the major you wish to pursue.  The change will occur in the student information system within 2-3 business days.

What does my grade point average need to be in order to remain in good academic standing?
A retention grade point average of 1.7 or greater during the first 30 attempted semester hours and a retention grade point average of 2.0 or greater after 30 attempted hours.

How do I find out about CLEP, DSST, ACT, GRE, LSAT and SAT tests?
Contact the Testing Center, 5th Floor, North Shepler, 580-581-2212 or visit http://www.cameron.edu/testing.

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