The Registrar’s Office supports Western Dakota Technical College (WDTC) through the administration of academic policies and procedures while providing excellent academic support to students, faculty, staff, and alumni with convenient, responsive, and accurate service. Student records are maintained with confidentiality and integrity.
The Registrar’s Office provides a variety of services including transcript requests, course listings, changes in course registration (add/drop), requests to graduate, and much more. Please click on one of the following links to learn more about a particular service:
The Western Dakota Technical College Course Catalog should not be considered a contract between WDTC and any prospective student. As much as possible, program and course offerings will be offered as listed. However, WDTC reserves the right to modify course offerings according to current conditions. WDTC also retains the right to make changes in programs, policies, graduation requirements, tuition, fees, and refunds without notice.
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Current students and former students who still have access to MyWDT can view and print an unofficial transcript from the Registration & Advising tab in MyWDT. Former students who do not have access to MyWDT can stop in to WDTC and request a printed copy of their unofficial transcript. Official transcripts can be requested online through the National Student Clearinghouse.
Register for Classes
Once you’ve been accepted into Western Dakota Technical College you will receive an email with information to help you schedule a registration appointment. If you need additional assistance please reach out to the Registrar’s Office at Registrar@wdt.edu or 605-718-2568.
Graduation Information can be found on your MyWDT page which is where you would find the graduation application. You can also look in your student email with more information about graduation. If you have more questions about graduation you can contact the Registrar’s Office at Registrar@wdt.edu or (605) 718-2568
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Frequently Asked Questions
How to request a transcript?
Current students and former students who still have access to MyWDT can view and print an unofficial transcript from the Registration & Advising tab in MyWDT. Former students who do not have access to MyWDT can stop in to WDTC and request a printed copy of their unofficial transcript. Official transcripts can be requested online through the National Student Clearinghouse by following this link: https://www.wdt.edu/foundation-alumni/request-transcripts/
Am I eligible for VA benefits?
If you questions about Veteran’s Benefits, please contact the Registrar’s Office at Registrar@wdt.edu or 605-718-2568.
When can I register for the upcoming semester?
Current students will receive information about Registration Rush and registering for classes via their student email. New students will receive an email from the Registrar’s Office with instructions on how to schedule a registration appointment. If you need assistance registering for classes, please contact the Registrar’s Office at Registrar@wdt.edu or 605-718-2568.
Where can I find graduation information?
Graduation application information will be sent to your student email. The application can be found on your MyWDT during the timeframe that applications are accepted each semester. Information about the ceremony will be provided via student email each semester once the details are finalized.
Can I reorder a diploma?
The Registrar’s Office can replace your diploma. Please stop into Western Dakota Technical College Enrollment Services or contact the Registrar’s Office at Registrar@wdt.edu or 605-718-2568 for more assistance.
How can I appeal academic suspension?
Students who are placed on academic suspension may complete a Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal form to explain circumstances that adversely affected their ability to be academically successful at Western Dakota Technical College. Students are advised to carefully read the procedures for submitting an appeal listed on the appeal form and submit the requested documentation with their appeal. Each appeal will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis; therefore, each appeal is evaluated on its own merits or lack thereof. As a result, no appeal is guaranteed to be approved by the SAP Committee.
Reason for appeal may include: personal illness or illness of immediate family member, death of an immediate family member, change of program, or other special circumstances that prevented the student from being successful. Appeals cannot be approved for unresolved situations without solid evidence that the situation will not affect your academic performance.
To ensure a timely review, appeals must be received 5 calendar days prior to the start of the semester for which the student is appealing. All appeals are reviewed by the SAP Committee. You will be notified of the result of your appeal by email.
If your appeal is approved, your academic standing will be reinstated to a probationary status. Based upon the circumstances of an approved appeal, the Appeals Committee reserves the right to stipulate conditions the student must meet to be considered for academic probation. Conditions of your specific appeal will be outlined in your academic plan.
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