The Guest Lecture Series Syrian Crisis film and panel scheduled for this evening are postponed The related World Café conversation at 2pm in Scanlon Banquet Hall will proceed as planned.


How to Register for Classes

myWestfield is Westfield State’s web portal. It is a secure site providing students, faculty and staff with world-class services, featuring a single sign-on website for campus announcements, web for students/faculty/staff, e-mail, course tools, library access and much more!

Using myWestfield is the only way to find your grades, register online or access your e-mail, and is the best way to stay informed regarding news and upcoming events.

Semester course offerings and course information
Available on our Current Course Offerings page

Available through the myWestfield portal

MyWestfield Access: Log in to the portal with your first initial, last name and last 4 digits of your CWID. Your initial password will be
your CWID or current email password.

After logging in,
Your Email Account is displayed on the first page

find registration tools to add or drop classes

If you experience difficulty logging in,
contact the IT HELP Desk at 572-5300 x4357.


You can pay your bill online immediately following registration with a credit card. If you would prefer to print the statement page and mail it in with payment, please know that payment is due within 5 days of registration. Failure to do so will result in the addition of the $100 non-refundable late payment fee and loss of the early payment discount.


If you prefer not to register online but are unable to register during published days and times, please consider leaving your registration and payment in our secure drop box; we will enter the data at the earliest possible time. Your course schedule and payment receipt will be mailed to you. You will be notified if the course (s) you select are closed or cancelled. Employees of Westfield State University are permitted to register during general registration and late registration periods only. Employee registration for non-credit courses begins one week prior to the start of the class, pending availability. For more complete information and policies, please visit our website at Division of Graduate and Continuing Education


Upon admission to an academic program, you are assigned a major advisor. It is your responsibility to arrange an appointment with the advisor as soon as you are admitted into a program to outline your program of study, taking into consideration previous work and your academic objectives. Although your advisor will assist you in planning your program, you must assume responsibility for knowing and meeting the curriculum requirements. Please visit our website at Division of Graduate and Continuing Education for more information or call us at (413) 572-8020 to schedule an advising appointment. 

Winter 2015
January 2 - 15, 2015
November 10, Nov.12 - 13; Nov. 17-20, 2014 Registration Advising
Call (413)572-8020 for an appointment
November 10, 2014 - January 1, 2015 General Registration
Mail-in, drop-off or online at
January 2, 2014 $50 late registration fee begins
January 2, 2014 Classes Begin (Please note that some classes may have
earlier start dates)

Spring 2015
January 20 - May 11, 2015
November 10, Nov.12 - 13; Nov. 17-20, 2014 Registration Advising
Call (413)572-8020 for an appointment
November 10 - 14, 2014 $50 Early Payment Discount in effect (Payment must be made in
full by Nov. 14th in order to receive the discount)
November 16, 2014 - January 4, 2015 General Registration
Mail-in, drop-off or online at
TBA Class cancellations begin for low-enrolled courses
January 5, 2015 $50 late registration fee begins
TBA New Student Orientation
TBA Cross- Registration into
Day Classes (matriculated students only)
January 20 , 2015 Classes Begin