WSU College of Education Fingerprinting Office (ED 022)

FALL DATES/TIMES (subject to change)

August 21--9:00 am-12:00 pm
August 24--3:00-6:00 pm
August 27--3:00-6:00 pm
August 28--3:00-6:00 pm
August 31--3:00-6:00 pm
September 1--3:00-6:00 pm
September 3--3:00-6:00 pm
September 4--12:30-3:00 pm
September 8--3:00-6:00 pm
September 10--3:00-6:00 pm
September 11--12:30-3:00 pm
September 15--2:00-5:00 pm
September 17--2:00-5:00 pm
September 18--12:30-3:00 pm

How to make an appointment:

  1. Contact the administrator of the program that needs to collect your criminal record information for information about paperwork, fees and signatures.
  2. Make an appointment through the Teacher Education Advisement Center either in person (EB 230) or by phone (801-626-7694).
  3. Obtain the required signatures, additional paperwork, and pay the required fees.  You will need to take your fingerprint application with you to the Cashier's Office to pay your fees.  You will NOT be fingerprinted unless the paperwork is properly completed.
  4. Bring your form(s) and government issued ID (Driver's license or Passport) with you to your appointment.

Fingerprinting office policies:

  • Appointment scheduling closes one hour before the start of the listed fingerprinting times.  You may not be able to complete the forms and make the payments in a short time frame.  Please plan accordingly and give yourself 24 hours to prepare for your appointment.
  • There are no appointments guaranteed after scheduling closes.
  • Your appointment is canceled if you are 15+ minutes late.  You will have to reschedule.
  • Make sure to bring your ID, your fingerprint application, and any additional paperwork must provide.
  • The WSU Education Fingerprint Office has a strict NO REFUND policy. Do not pay your fingerprint fee until you have an appointment.


For answers to questions about what you need to do to be fingerprinted, please contact the individual associated with your specific educational program:

  • Teacher Education--(link to Teacher Education background instructions) Michelle Checkman (mcheckman@weber.edu)
  • Children's School Activities--Camie Bearden, Children's School Director (cbearden@weber.edu)
  • Child and Family Studies (outside Children's School activities)--Danielle Orozco (danielleorozco@weber.edu)
  • Charter Academy--Carol VandenAkker (carolvandenakker@weber.edu)
  • Athletic Training Undergraduate--Jenn Ostrowski (jennostrowski@weber.edu)
  • Athletic Training Graduate--Valerie Herzog (valerieherzog@weber.edu)
  • Americorp/CCEL--Mike Moon (mikemoon@weber.edu)
  • Non-WSU Student Teacher Relicensing--Visit the USOE Background Check website for information including contact information on other LiveScan Fingerprinting sites in the community.

 


Notice about your criminal record information

Your fingerprints and other data will be sent to the Western Identification Network and Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining your regional and national criminal record information.  You have the right to challenge the accuracy of any information contained within the FBI criminal history record.  The procedure for changing, correcting or updating an FBI criminal history record can be found in Title 28, CFR, 16.34.  You may have the right to see or be informed of the specific criminal record information obtained by the qualifying entity according to Utah State Law.  State law precludes the physical dissemination of the contents of your criminal record information to anyone other than the qualifying entity that requested your information, including the yourself.  You may obtain a copy of your criminal record information by contacting the Utah State Bureau of Criminal Identification.

The WSU LiveScan Fingerprinting Office can only submit electronic versions of fingerprints for Weber State University programs, Utah State Office of Education licensing, and other select Utah State education related programs.  We cannot do fingerprint cards, or fingerprint you for programs outside the state of Utah.