Concurrent Enrollment Advising
The Weber State University Concurrent Enrollment (CE) program partners with local high schools, allowing you to earn college credit while meeting your high school requirements.
If you have not yet been admitted to the program or need help with registration, please visit the Concurrent Enrollment Program homepage.
Connect with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor
Save time and money by being strategic in what Concurrent Enrollment classes you take. Meet with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment advisor to make sure you are taking the right classes.
This site will help you learn about the program and get started on your path. It’s not a substitute for talking with an advisor, but it will help you figure out what questions you need to ask.
Congratulations on enrolling as a WSU Concurrent Enrollment student!
Your next step is to complete New Student Orientation for CE students. This online orientation covers important information about Weber State and the courses you take while participating in Concurrent Enrollment, along with information for after high school.
Choosing the correct courses saves you money and time on your way to your college degree. Choose the courses that are right for you with our course selection tips.
Students who are interested in earning a degree from WSU while in high school may be eligible for either the Certificate of Completion in General Education or the Associate in General Studies. Both degrees require students to complete all the general education requirements; the associates degree also requires up to 26 credit hours of elective course work. Students interested in pursuing either option need to meet with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor.
Earning a credential while in high school might not be the best fit for you depending on what your educational goals are so make sure you talk with a WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor before making any decisions.
Planning Tip: Your “catalog year” is the catalog that is in effect the fall semester of the academic year you first enroll at WSU. You must complete the graduation requirements within 3 years for an associate’s degree. To see your catalog year, visit your CatTracks in eWeber.
Meeting with Your WSU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor
To prepare for your meeting:
- Complete the required WSU New Student Orientation for Concurrent Enrollment students.
- Meet with your high school counselor, and have your counselor submit a counselor agreement.
- Print an unofficial high school transcript and your current student course schedule.
- Contact email@example.com to make an appointment. Include your W#.
Tips for Success
The Weber State bookstores offer a technology discount to all students. Just show your Wildcat ID.