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EXPLORE WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY
We offer classes at five different locations, so youíre sure to
find one that works for you. Check out one of our two campuses,
or one of our three centers in
, or visit
to schedule a tour,
find out general information and sign up for an orientation.
We also offer several distance education degrees through
Study, including a
Bachelor of Integrated Studies.
This customized degree program allows you to combine three different areas of
study to combine as a Bachelor's degree.
Read more about online and independent study programs.
APPLY FOR ADMISSION
Once you've seen how great the campus is, your next step is to
apply for admission.
> Apply Online
to apply online
> Apply in Person
Student Services Center, Rm 201
Enrollment Services, Rm 241
If you haven't attended WSU before, you'll need to submit an
application, a $30 fee and official high school transcripts or
GED scores. If you have completed some college, you'll need
official transcripts from all colleges you've previously
attended. Call the records office at your previous school and
have them send your official transcript to either address listed
WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY
1137 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-1137
WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY DAVIS
Attn: Enrollment Services
2750 N University Park Blvd
Layton, UT 84041
SEE WHERE YOU STAND
The admissions office will
process your application and will notify you if you are required to take a placement exam prior to
signing up for classes. A placement exam is a simple test to
gauge your knowledge and skills in certain subjects. Itís our
way of making sure you donít end up taking classes you donít
you need to take a placement exam, visit
www.weber.edu/testingcenter for testing center hours and
TALK WITH AN ADVISOR
Schedule an appointment with the appropriate academic advisor to
create your plan of study. If you are undecided, a general
studies student, or if you already know what you want to
and click on the Academic Advisors link for a full
listing of advisors.
FIND OUT ABOUT FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Regardless of your situation or background, there may be
resources available to help you with your college expenses.
Check with any of the offices below to learn more.
Financial Aid and
Multicultural Student Center
Nontraditional Student Center
Services for Veteran Students
Student Support Services
REGISTER FOR YOUR CLASSES
From Anthropology to Zoology, WSU has something for everyone.
You can check out the course listings for the current semester
or you can
view the entire course catalog
catalog also lists the major and minor requirements, as well as
general education requirements. If youíd like to meet with an
to help you navigate the course listing and decide which classes
to take, click HERE
> Set up your eWeber Account
eWeber is WSU's online student portal. Your eWeber account
allows you to register for classes, check your transcript,
access your student email account, check your financial aid
status, pay tuition, review your grades, and perform many other
tasks related to your education at WSU.
Create your eWeber account
> Register for classes after
If you encounter any problems with your account, call
Computing Support at 626-7777.
To find out when you can register, log into eWeber, click on the
"Student Services" tab and then click on "Registration
Time/Check Registration Status."
> Need help?
Student Services Center 101
GET READY FOR SCHOOL
To make getting around campus easier once school starts, take
some time to gather the essentials.
> Find a place to park
Purchase a parking permit HERE
and map out the best way to get
on and off campus HERE
Parking is free at the West, Morgan and Kaysville Centers.
> Get your Wildcard (Student ID)
Bring proof of registration and a picture ID. Be prepared to
fill out a form, pay a $10 fee and have your picture taken.
The Wildcard ID gives you access to the library, testing center,
computer labs, health center, veteransí benefits, gym and
> Pick up your free UTA Ed Pass
The UTA Ed pass gives you free transportation on all UTA buses,
Frontrunner and TRAX. Ride to school, work, the mall or even
Salt Lake or Provo. You won't have to worry about traffic or gas
prices. Pick up your UTA Ed Pass at the Shepherd Union
Information Desk (801-626-6367) or at the WSU Davis Campus,
Student Services Center (801-395-3460).
> Get your books and gear
Visit the bookstore at the Ogden or Davis campus to pick up your
books and gear. You can even order your textbooks
HERE. WSU students get
discounts on computer equipment and electronics at the WSU
> First Year Experience
USE SUPPORT SERVICES
If you're new to the whole college thing, be sure to check out
the First Year Experience Program
(FYE). This program includes a
three-credit class (UNIV 1105-Foundations of College Success)
designed to help with your transition to the college experience.
Improve your academic skills, explore majors and become familiar
with campus resources. The class is offered at both WSU Ogden
and WSU Davis.
> Free Tutoring
Free tutoring is available for a variety of courses. You can
drop in or make an appointment at WSU Ogden, WSU Davis or the
WSU West Center. Free study groups are offered through
Supplemental Instruction (SI).
> Nontrad Student Center
Also, if you are a non traditional student (over
25, married/ divorced/widowed, have legal dependents
or disabled or a veteran), be sure to check
nontrad student center. They can help you navigate the