Terms and Conditions


Nonresident Academic Housing Scholarship

Terms & Conditions

  • Must be U.S. Citizen or eligible noncitizen. 
  • Live in campus housing each semester receiving the scholarship (must complete a housing application by July 1, 2017).
  • Enroll in and successfully complete at least 12 hours of credits each semester.
  • Maintain a cumulative 2.5 WSU cumulative GPA to retain the scholarship.  Use in consecutive Fall/Spring semesters within the specified academic year(s).
  • Cannot be combined with an academic scholarship or incentive program (may receive private donor and/or third party scholarships)
  • Tuition waivers cannot be turned into a cash award. 
  • Maximum amount of WSU institutional scholarships (waivers and private donor scholarships) awarded to a student may not exceed more than 150% total cost of tuition and general fees. 
  • Enroll in standard face-to-face or online classes. Not intended for independent study, distance learning, Study Abroad programs, credit/noncredit, or audit course work.
  • Students may request their academic scholarship be held for military service, religious service, medical
  • circumstances, required job training, or other circumstances beyond the student’s control. A deferment request must be submitted to the Financial Aid & Scholarship office prior to the absence: weber.edu/returntoweber
  • You must reapply for scholarships each year. The scholarship application opens each year on September 1.


U.S. Citizens 

  • Must be admitted to WSU
  • Submit a WSU Scholarship Application via the eWeber student portal.
  • Answer the 'WeberEdge' question on the application.
  • Priority deadline is January 9, 2017, for the offers at Wildcat Welcome on March 1, 2017, but evaluations continue throughout award year.

Canadian Students

The web-based application is currently open and the priority deadline is January 9, 2017.