My Recently Visited Services

The service allows students to request a transfer credit appeal.


Students complete this form if they are receiving a scholarship from a source other than WSSU.


This service allows the user to request a change of grade.


This service allows the user to request a Change of Major and Declare Minor.


The service allows students to change their pre-major.


Students and parents who wish to have an alternative loan certified or have a loan increased/decreased/reinstated/canceled will need to use this form to request the action.


A student who has had a previous federal education loan discharged due to Total and Permanent Disability may, under some circumstances, borrow a new federal student loan, although it may be necessary to resume repayment on the previously discharged loan.


This service allows the user to change telephone numbers and related addresses.


This service allows the user to drop courses before the census date in the given term.


Students who need to change their legal name must complete this form. If the change is due to marriage, documentation in support of this form is required. Otherwise, a copy of the count order legalizing the change is required to accompany this form.


When you file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) you’ll have to answer a series of questions about both your income and your financial assets. This independent asset verification allows students to list their assets. (for students and/or parents)


This service allows students to request verification of enrollment


This form will authorize the WSSU Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid to certify my alternative loan for the full requested amount or up to my Cost of Attendance (Budget). I am agreeing that the private loan has been approved by one of the lenders listed below and if I have any questions regarding my alternative loan, I will contact the WSSU Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.


This service allows the user to request to withdraw from the university


Your 2022-2023 FAFSA has been flagged for “Unusual Enrollment History Review” by the U.S. Department of Education because you received FederalPell Grant funds and/or Federal Direct Loans at multiple education institutions during the review period of 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22.


This service allows applicants to correct their social security number. You must upload a copy of your social security card.


Winston-Salem State University makes every effort to assist students by providing financial assistance to help meet the cost of education. We recognize that there may be extenuating circumstances that affect your ability to provide the amount that the family is expected to pay. Certain adjustments are already considered in the calculation of a family’s ability to meet expenses in the formula that calculates financial need. Therefore, Winston-Salem State University will not always be able to reduce your expected contribution to meet educational costs based on your unique circumstances.


This service allows the user to request a course withdrawal after the census date.


This service request is used to gather information due to your 2021-2022 FAFSA flagged for “Unusual EnrollmentHistory Review” by the U.S. Department of Education because you received Federal Pell Grant funds and/or Federal Direct Loans at multiple education institutions during the review period of 2017‐18, 2018‐19, 2019‐20, and 2020‐21.


This service allows students to request a degree verification letter.


The Winston-Salem State University Undergraduate Catalog and Graduate Catalog are primarily intended for use by currently enrolled and prospective students, faculty, advisors, and staff. The Catalogs provide an overview of the University’s curriculum, academic programs and courses, facilities, and educational resources. They also include University academic policies, regulations, and procedures; information about degree and certificate programs, including degree requirements; a listing and description of courses; and a faculty directory.


A student who has had a previous federal education loan discharged due to Total and Permanent Disability may, under some circumstances, borrow a new federal student loan, although it may be necessary to resume repayment on the previously discharged loan.


When you file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) you’ll have to answer a series of questions about both your income and your financial assets. This independent asset verification allows students to list their assets. (for students and/or parents)


Academic Forgiveness is the process by which previously enrolled students may seek to remove the negative impact of unsatisfactory grades previously earned at WSSU. Academic Forgiveness (granted only once) may be requested by students returning to WSSU after an absence of three (3) or more consecutive calendar years. Students applying for Academic Forgiveness are required to meet with an advisor in their college/school to demonstrate full understanding of this policy and to develop a plan for academic improvement


Winston-Salem State University makes every effort to assist students by providing financial assistance to help meet the cost of education. We recognize that there may be extenuating circumstances that affect your ability to provide the amount that the family is expected to pay. Certain adjustments are already considered in the calculation of a family’s ability to meet expenses in the formula that calculates financial need. Therefore, Winston-Salem State University will not always be able to reduce your expected contribution to meet educational costs based on your unique circumstances.