1. Have your high school counselor complete and submit your Early College High School Counselor Contract.
Meet with your high school counselor and have him or her complete the Early College High School Counselor Contract. We use this contract to connect with your high school counselor and to know which high school requirements you need to graduate. We will send your counselor confirmation to verify the information is accurate. If you are home schooled, please have your parent or legal guardian complete this contract.
2. Schedule and attend your Required Early College New Student Appointment with your Early College advisor in WSU's Student Success Center.
In this appointment, your Early College advisor will discuss program guidelines, scholarships, and course scheduling. You will not be able to register for classes until you attend this meeting. To schedule an appointment, call 801-626-8953 and have ready your student ID number (W number) which can be found at the top of your admissions letter. You must complete Step 1 before scheduling this appointment, and your parent or legal guardian is required to attend this first appointment with you.
3. Schedule and attend one of the New Student Orientations designated for Early College students.
All first-time Early College students are required to attend New Student Orientation. Go to weber.edu/orientation to see the schedule and to sign up for the session most convenient for you. If you are unable to attend any of the scheduled orientations, contact your Early College advisor.
Is there anything else I should do before before classes begin?
Beginning college can be overwhelming. In addition to attending New Student Orientation, following is a list of things you can do before classes start to make sure you get off to a great start at WSU.