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How to reactivate your student status

Contact Us

Bill Motzer
Traditional reactivations
(402) 465-2551
wmotzer [at] (wmotzer[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)

Kyrsten Athan
Graduate reactivations
(402) 4827-1554
graduateadmissions [at] (graduateadmissions[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)

How to reactivate your student status

We’re eager to welcome you back with the same anticipation for your success that you expect from your Nebraska Wesleyan experience.

Starting the reactivation process

The process for returning to NWU varies based upon your undergraduate or graduate program. But it all begins by completing your reactivation form.

Your eligibility 

We encourage all students who left NWU in good academic and disciplinary standing to reactivate.

If you left NWU because of medical withdrawal, disciplinary suspension, or academic suspension/dismissal, your reactivation will need approval by additional administrators or committees in order to re-enroll. If you left on academic probation, you are welcome to return and should work with your advisor to identify courses that will move you into good academic standing.

You must settle any outstanding accounts before registering for classes.

Transferring credits

If you attended another institution since leaving NWU, please include official transcripts in your reactivation application to transfer the credits you’ve earned.

Transfer credits may even help you meet guidelines for satisfactory academic progress.

Receiving financial aid

To receive financial aid, please submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). NWU’s Federal School Code is 002555.

Contact us

We’re ready to help you take this important step. 

Contact Bill Motzer at (402) 465-2551 or wmotzer [at] (wmotzer[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu) with your questions about reactivating as a traditional Nebraska Wesleyan student.

Contact Kyrsten Athan at (402) 827-1554 or graduateadmissions [at] (graduateadmissions[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu) with your questions about reactivation as an graduate Nebraska Wesleyan student.