New Student Information
Welcome to the Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities. We're so glad you're here! The Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities is home to five of the most exciting departments at Weber State University: Communication, English, Foreign Languages and Visual Art & Design.
Advising in the Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities is a team effort. We have our College Academic Advisors here to help you navigate the general education requirements, provide information on all our majors and help you stay on track for a timely graduation. Your major, or faculty advisor, is the expert on your major specific courses and all the awesome opportunities within your major. For the very best experience plan on meeting with both your academic advisor and major advisor frequently!
All new students need to:
We are here to help you with what you need to know for your first semester at Weber State. We encourage you to schedule an academic advising appointment with one of our advisors.
Helpful Information For Your First Semester and Beyond
First Semester Course Recommendations
Tips for Success
We have some great tips on how to ensure your success as a college student. Follow the links below to some great information and watch the Successful Student video with tips from one of our outstanding graduates. Dawn really knows her stuff!
Top 10 Apps
You have awesome tools inside of your student/eweber app available to you 24/7!
Find My Advisor
Quickly locate academic and faculty advisors
Important communication application for students, advisors and professors. Make sure you set up your Starfish profile.
Degree evaluation tool - combines all the requirements for your degree in one place and keeps track of your progress towards your degree.
Valuable resource that contains course descriptions, general education requirements, general degree requirements, major and minor requirements for all programs at Weber State
Register for Classes
Use this registration app to register for classes, see class schedule prior to registration and to drop or withdraw from classes
Registration Schedule Builder
Registration tool that allows you to quickly identify courses and times that work best with your schedule.
Official communication tool for all areas of the university - financial aid & scholarships, registration office, records office, cashiers office, advising offices, etc. - Check Often! or forward to personal email.
Semester by semester planning guide based on your catalog year and major - follow your map to keep on track for graduation! *Peforming Arts majors it is critical for you to follow your majors map!
TAO is a platform of free self-help educational modules to help you learn about and change how you think and feel. These modules are designed to help you have a better understanding of your personal experiences and equip you with strategies to aid you in feeling less anxious today and as you go forward in your life. TAO’s educational modules can be completed anytime and anywhere you have internet access.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Access to all things related to financial aid and scholarships. Access specialized scholarship application (opens September 1), award notifications and acceptance, financial aid communications, etc.
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Everything You Need To Know About Registering For Classes
How to Register
Using The REGISTER FOR CLASSES (ADD/DROP) app in eWeber Portal
> Log into eWeber Portal
> Go to the Register for Classes app
> Accept Tuition Agreement
> Click on the Register for Classes Link
> Select Semester & Continue
> Search for Classes by:
> Advance Search to filter classes by Block:
> Add Class to Summary Box
> Submit to Register
Classes will appear as Registered in Summary Box.
> View Tuition & Fees $$$
Tuition & Fee link loacted in top right corner of Summary Box.
After Registration Closes
Instructor/Departmental approval will be required to add a class beginning on the 6th business day of the semester or block.
Contact Instructor/Department for permission to register. If permission is given, you will be issued a Special Approval override.
Register for class through eWeber portal.
Weber State University does NOT drop classes for nonpayment or nonattendance.
If you do not plan to attend, make sure to drop your classes either before the start of the semester or within the 100% refund period.
Check the REFUND DATES.
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First Year Student Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find more information about financial aid, scholarships, tuition waivers and payment plans?
What is a major and a minor?
What classes should I take?
How many classes should I take?
What is a credit hour?
What do I need to do to receive college credit for the AP exams I took?
How do I transfer courses/credits I took at another institution?
How do I know which books I need for my classes and where can I buy them?
Where do I buy my parking pass and/or get my free UTA ED Pass?
How do I find more information about on-campus housing?
How do I find information on resources available to me?
UNIV 1105 Foundations of College Success
The First Year Experience (FYE) Program is designed to help incoming students make a successful transition into the university community by offering a three-credit hour, elective course called Foundations of College Success (UNIV 1105). Whether you have just graduated from high school or are coming back to school, FYE will help teach you “the ropes” at WSU and assist you in making progress toward fulfilling your educational and personal goals.
You may enroll in Foundations of College Success in two ways: 1) as part of an FYE cluster or 2) by itself, in a “stand-alone” section. See Course Offerings to see which clusters and stand-alone sections are currently being offered.
UNIV 1105 "Foundations of College Success" (3) Stand-alone
This course prepares students to work efficiently in the university environment. Topics include improving study and time management skills, developing interpersonal communications, making major/career selections, and understanding student responsibilities. Register online or in-person at the Registrar's Solution Center in the Student Services Center. This course is available in a standard class format or as an in-person/online hybrid.
UNIV 1105 Clustered-Course Learning Communities
Get off to a great start by enrolling in a cluster course! This type of class pairing allows you to take OCRE 2610 and UNIV 1105 classes with the same group of students, promoting a strong connection to the university while also allowing for built-in study groups and other essential learning opportunities for the first year experience. To register for the Outdoor Cluster, download and fill out the Outdoor Cluster form on your computer, then email to email@example.com. You may also print out either form and return it completed to the Student Success Center in room 140 of the Student Service Building.
UNIV 3170 “First-Year Experience (FYE) Mentor Leadership Seminar” (2)
This course teaches FYE Peer Mentors to effectively assist students registered for UNIV 1105. Peer Mentors learn to work with FYE students to help them transition to the university environment, to connect them with campus resources, and to provide them with social opportunities both inside and outside class.
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