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Dual Enrollment Events

WSU Early College Information Sessions

The information session is the required first step in the Early College admissions process. The student and a parent/legal guardian are required to attend the WSU Early College Information Session together.

For prospective Early College students, our advising team recommends signing up for an ACT Exam as soon as possible. Find the next available national ACT exam to register for at or utilize the Residual ACT option offered by Weber State at

What Will I Learn


What Early College is.

Earning college credit.

Who your Dual Enrollment Advisor is.

WSU's General Education requirements.

WSU's Early College program requirements.

The cost of Early College.

How to pay for Early College and available scholarships.

Admissions process and next steps.

Reserve a spot for the next Early College Information Session

High School Senior Graduation Celebration

This event is all about celebrating the hard work you have put in as a concurrent enrollment student. All high school seniors who have participated in concurrent enrollment are welcome to attend. There are two events planned for Spring 2024:

April 10th at Davis Campus

April 17th at Weber State University Community Education Center

You can expect:
  • Free food, music, swag, and prizes
  • Other departments and opportunities at Weber State University
If you are getting a degree or certificate by the end of high school, there will also be:

Concurrent Enrollment Group Advising

Weber State concurrent enrollment (CE) is an excellent opportunity for students to get a head start with college. However, it can get really confusing! If you are a new student, join a group advising session to learn about your CE options, connect with an advisor, and build your schedule for your first year in concurrent enrollment.

If you have not already been admitted to concurrent enrollment, complete your Weber State Concurrent Enrollment Application prior to this event.