Additional Information for
New Freshmen (In-State)
At Weber State University, we provide opportunity, no matter what your educational goals may be. From certificates to grad school, daytime, evening or online classes, you can decide how to pursue your dream.
Explore Majors & Programs
Experience quality and variety. We offer hundreds of academic options including majors, minors and certificates. So go ahead: Explore. Double-major. Individualize your major. Add a minor or certificate. There are 225+ ways for you to pursue something that’s just right for you. We can also help you make a decision based on your skills, passions and career goals.
Tuition & Fees
Per year (fall and spring semesters) $6,391
We’re one of the most affordable universities in the U.S. In fact, our in-state tuition is 40% lower than the national average. Every year, we award over $90 million to nearly 14,000 students — not only making the cost even lower, but also making it possible for our students to graduate with little to no debt.
Our students are always posting photos with the caption, “My campus is prettier than yours,” and for good reason. Weber’s mountainside setting in Ogden, Utah, has so much to offer. Whether you’re seeking solitude or craving a challenge, you’ll find four seasons of recreation on the mountains, trails, rivers and reservoirs that surround this active, outdoorsy city.
Come See For Yourself
We have several ways you can come see it for yourself. Schedule a guided tour or register for one of our Purple Carpet Events.
How To Apply
- Fill out the online application.
- Pay a $30 nonrefundable application fee.
- Submit the following:
- Official high school transcripts or GED documentation.
- ACT/SAT scores (These aren’t mandatory. They help determine math and English placement).
- Official transcripts from any college or university where you have completed work, including concurrent enrollment and early college.
If any documents need to be mailed, they can be sent to:
WSU Admissions Office
3885 West Campus Dr Dept 1137
Ogden, UT 84408-1137
Checking Your Application Status
When you submit your application, you’ll receive an email detailing any required documentation you need to send. Once we receive all required documentation, we will review your application. This usually takes 3–5 days, but it may take up to two weeks.
You will receive an acceptance letter in the mail when you’re admitted. If you have not heard from us after two weeks, please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com.
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- Deferring Enrollment
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Freshmen Checklist
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- Watch: The College Tour
|Sept. 1||Application & Status Switch|
|Sept. 28||Purple Carpet Event
|Oct. 1||FAFSA Opens|
|Oct. 14||Purple Carpet Event
|Oct. 28||Purple Carpet Event
|Dec. 1||Scholarship Priority Deadline|
|Feb. 8||Purple Carpet Event
|Feb. 17||Purple Carpet Event
|March 3||Purple Carpet Event
|April 1||FAFSA Deadline|
|April 7||Purple Carpet Event (Transfer, with virtual and in-person options)|
|May 1||Decision Day|
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