Additional Information for
Early College Students
Weber State University’s Early College program allows high school students to take university courses on one of our campuses. The program falls under the umbrella of Dual Enrollment and you can earn university credit that may also apply toward your high school graduation requirements.
Tuition & Fees
Per 3-credit hour class:
Get a head start
Along with earning credit that can count toward both college and high school, as an Early College student, you have access to all the services available to Weber State students, and you are still able to participate in classes and activities at your high school and graduate with your class.
Many of our Early College students graduate with their associate’s degree or certificate of completion from Weber State at the same time they graduate from high school!
To get started in the Early College program, the very first step is for you to attend an Early College Information Session with a parent/guardian. These sessions differ slightly based on which high school you attend, so check out the Early College Program & Admissions Details link in the sidebar to find out the specific details that pertain to you. Please make sure to RSVP!
1. Apply for admissions using the Concurrent Enrollment Participation Form through the Utah System of Higher Education.
2. Apply for Early College admission following the steps outlined on the Early College website.
If any documents need to be mailed, they can be sent to
WSU Admissions Office
3885 West Campus Dr. Dept 1137
Ogden, UT 84408-1137
Checking Your Application Status
When you submit your application, you’ll receive an email detailing any required documentation you need to send. Once we receive all required documentation, we will review your application. This usually takes 3–5 days, but it may take up to two weeks.
You will receive an acceptance letter in the mail when you’re admitted. If you have not heard from us after two weeks, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.