High School Dual Enrollment at Weber State is the intersection of the Concurrent Enrollment and Early College programs. These programs allow students to earn college credit while they are enrolled in high school. Regardless of which route pursued, each of these programs provide a great start to the college experience and prepares students for full-time college enrollment after high school.
Concurrent Enrollment is an opportunity to receive high school and college credit in the same classes. These courses are offered at the high school and are taught by instructors who are certified to teach through WSU. Courses can be completed over a semester or an entire school year. Concurrent Enrollment is highly affordable–only $5 per credit hour! Courses may have online or textbook fees associated with them.
Early College allows high school students to earn college credit on one of Weber State’s campuses before graduation. These courses can be taken on a WSU campus or online and are completed over the course of a semester. Students are subject to standard tuition rates, but have access to several scholarships.
NUAMES Early College
NUAMES is a public charter school that provides outstanding Early College and Concurrent Enrollment opportunities for their students. NUAMES has a location at Weber State in Ogden and Davis. You can enroll in Concurrent Enrollment courses at your high school while mixing in several Early College courses. Students have access to an excellent scholarship through NUAMES, as well as a supplementary scholarship through WSU.