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  • This form is for students currently attending Western. If you have been accepted, but have not started attending yet, please change your major when you fill out your registration survey.

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  • If you are filling out this form with your new advisor, please have this advisor enter the last three numbers of their Employee ID.
  • Changes will be processed and available for review in DegreeWorks within 5-7 business days.  Please check your DegreeWorks at that time and verify the information is appearing as you expected.  Please contact the Office of the Registrar in Taylor 300 or email registrar@western.edu if you find any errors.
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