Am I a freshman, transfer or returning student?

You are considered a WSU freshman if:

  • You have never attended any college or university.
  • You graduated from high school in the 2008-09 school year, even if you have completed college-level course work.
  • You’re a transfer student with fewer than 30 credit hours.

You are considered a transfer student if:

  • You have attended another college or university after high school graduation and completed at least 30 semester credit hours.

You are considered a returning student if:

  • You have gone through the application process previously and have completed any number of classes at Weber State.


What documentation do I have to send to WSU?

Freshmen applicants:

  • Your high school transcript or GED documentation.
  • Your ACT/SAT scores. (These tests aren’t mandatory, but the scores will help determine  your scholarship eligibilty, and math and English placement.)
  • Transcripts from any college or university where you have completed work, including concurrent enrollment and early college.

Transfer applicans:

  • Transcripts from any college or university where you have completed work, including concurrent enrollment and early college.


Do I need ACT/SAT scores to apply?

ACT and/or SAT tests aren’t required for admission. The scores will help determine your scholarship eligibilty, and math and English placement, so if you have them, send them in.


Do I have to pay the $30 application fee online?

You can pay online or send a check to the admission office. Be sure to include your SSN on the check.

Weber State University
Admission Office
1137 University Circle
Ogden, UT  84408-1137


What about Utah residency?

Click for residency information.


How will I know when I’ve been admitted?

You can check your application status by logging in to the application portal (you’ll create the log in when you begin the application), and you will also be notified by mail when your application has been processed and you are admitted.


What do I do after I’ve been admitted?

Once you’ve been admitted to WSU, go to http://weber.edu/WhatsNext to create your eWeber account and find other links to your next steps.

eWeber is WSU’s online student portal. Your eWeber account allows you to register for classes, check your transcript, get your Wildcat e-mail account, check your financial aid status, pay tuition, review your grades, and perform many other tasks vital to your education at WSU—anytime, anywhere.

It is important that you have a Wildcat e-mail account and check it often. Scholarship selection committees may request, or convey additional information through your Wildcat mail. WSU will communicate with you through the portal and your Wildcat e-mail while you are a student here.

You will get the “what’s Next?” brochure with your acceptance letter. It will give you more information about registration, placement testing, student services, financial planning and other frequently asked questions.


When is tuition due?

Tuition is due by 4:30 PM the Friday before classes begin.

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