Registration Dates

Weber State University offers classes during fall, spring, and summer semesters. Students must register each semester to attend classes. The web-based class schedule provides information about the dates and times classes are offered for the selected semester.

See the Academic Calendar for registration dates and beginning & ending dates for each semester.

Registration dates are issued to new and continuing students one week before registration begins each semester. To learn how to view when you can register click the Registration Time icon below.

How Registration Times are Determined

Students are assigned a registration appointment time on the basis of their earned hours. Earned hours include hours earned with a passing letter grade and hours earned through credit by examination.

Class Standing

New Freshmen

Students with 0 earned credit hours

Advanced Freshmen

Students with 1-29 credit hours


Students with 30-59 credit hours


Students with 60-89 credit hours


Students with 90 credit hours or more


Students who have previously received a bachelor's degree

  • During this registration phase, students may register starting on their appointed day.
  • On their assigned day and appointed time, students should access the registration system online by logging into the eWeber Portal at with their Wildcat Username and password.  


For more info click on the ADD/DROP icon just below.


Weber State University does not drop classes for nonpayment or nonattendance.

If you do not plan to attend, make sure to drop any classes you have registered for either before the start of the semester or within the 100% Refund Period.

Otherwise, you will be accountable to the refund schedule for any tuition & fee costs associated with the time spent registered for your courses.

Please check the Refund Policy & Deadlines.

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition and fees may be paid by cash, check VISA, DiscoverCard, or MasterCard. Log in to the eWeber student portal* to pay tuition and fees online. Electronic statements and up-to-date balances are available in the student account at any time. A paper billing statement will be mailed at the student's request by sending an email to
  • Refer to to obtain information about payment deadlines and tuition and fee amounts. It is the student's responsibility to understand the registration, payment, withdrawal, and refund schedule and to make sure account balances are paid in-full and on-time to avoid late fees or other charges. 

Open Registration

Once appointment registration is complete, "open registration" continues and all students are allowed access to register and/or make changes to their class schedules on a first-come-first-served basis.

Refer to the Cashier's Website to obtain information about payment deadlines & tuition & fee amounts.  It is the student's responsiblity to understand the registration, payment, withdrawal, adn refund schedule & to make sure account balances are paid in-full & on-time to avoid late fees or other charges.