You’re in. What’s next?
Once you receive your admission letter, you have completed the application and admission part of the process. Follow these 3 steps to get you through new student orientation and enrollment.
Create Your eWeber Account
Once you’ve received your WSU acceptance letter, create your eWeber account.Create Your eWeber Account
What is eWeber?
eWeber is WSU’s online student portal. Your eWeber account allows you to:
- Register for classes
- Check your transcript
- Use CatTracks to track your progress to graduation
- Access your student email account
- Check your financial aid status
- Pay tuition
- Review your grades
- Perform many other tasks related to your education at WSU
Check your Wildcat email account regularly.
Wildcat Mail is the name of our Gmail student email system. You received a Wildcat Mail address when you applied. Once you’re admitted, the personal email address you provided on your application is no longer used by WSU. Check your Wildcat Mail frequently or forward it to an account you check often, as it is used for official communication from the university (financial aid, professors, etc.).
Prepare Your Finances
Apply for financial aid and scholarships. There are priority deadlines, but you can apply anytime.
What financial support is offered?
WSU provides more than $100 million in financial support to students every year. Monthly payment programs and jobs can also help you pay for your classes. Below are resources that may be available for you.
This is a federal program that provides monetary support in the form of grants, loans and work study.
When you were admitted to WSU, you were automatically considered for WSU academic scholarships. To be considered for all other WSU scholarships, the next step is to complete the online application.
This program provides free tuition and fees to students whose annual household income is $50,000 or less.
This federally funded program provides supplemental assistance for low-income, first-generation or physically challenged students who currently have a Pell Grant.
This is a payment program that allows you to pay tuition in installments.
Many students work while attending classes. Career Services can help you search for jobs, as well as provide you with information about careers.
- What is a scholarship?
- What is a loan?
- What is a grant?
- How do I apply for financial aid?
- How do I apply for scholarships?
Paying for Classes
Once you have registered for classes, you are assessed tuition and fees based on the number of credits for which you have registered. Tuition must be paid on time to avoid a late fee. If you do not attend a class and do not officially drop the course, you are still responsible for the full tuition.
New Student Orientation is the place to get started as a Wildcat. All new students are required to complete orientation and you must be logged into your eWeber account to fulfill the orientation requirement.
Orientation consists of four online modules and an optional Weber Welcome event. You must complete through "Tips for Success” in orientation before being invited to sign up for a Weber Welcome. It will take approximately 90 minutes to complete online orientation and you will learn the following:
- The programs and majors available
- How to register for classes
- How to pay for tuition
- The campus resources available to you
- Important policies and how to stay safe on campus
- Tips that will help you during your time here
Begin Your Orientation
Completing the online modules is the only way to fulfill the New Student Orientation requirement. Follow the steps below to begin your New Student Orientation:
1. Log in to your eWeber account. Review the rest of this webpage for help setting up your eWeber account.
2. Search "New Student Orientation" in your apps.
3. Click on the New Student Orientation app.
The optional Weber Welcome takes place right on campus. As you complete New Student Orientation you will be invited to sigun up to attend the Weber Welcome event. This event is not required, but it is highly recommended. While you are on-campus, you will:
- Get connected with resources and staff at Weber State
- Tour the campus
- Meet your academic advisor
- Explore how to get involved in clubs and activities
- Visit other departments you may need while here
For additional information or You can call the New Student Orientation office at 801-626-6752.
- How do I complete the orientation requirement?
- How long is orientation?
- Is orientation required?
- I don’t live in Utah, and I won’t be there until school starts. What do I do?
- I went to WSU a few years ago and am coming back. Do I need orientation?
- Who can I call if I have specific questions?
Additional Information & Useful Links
Wildcard (Student ID): Your Wildcard gives you access to the library, testing centers, computer labs, health center, the gym and athletic events.
Getting Around Campus
UTA Ed Pass: Take advantage of free public transportation.
Wildcat Store: Get everything from books to computers to art supplies at Wildcat Store. Purchase online or in person.
You're a Wildcat! Find Your Destruction (Group of Wildcats)!
- First-year and transfer students, join us for an overnight adventure at Pineview Reservoir. Register for Experience Weber and meet new friends the week before school starts.
- Find courses and programs intended to help first-year students with transition to college and building connections.
- Live on campus and connect with other students with similar interests in the Living Learning Communities.
- There are so many amazing events happening the first few weeks of school! Check out the Wildcat Welcome events and ways to get involved on campus.
To comply with federal, state and institutional rules, there are important disclosures that you should be aware of. WSU has this important information in one central website, and we encourage you to review it.
Graduate on Time & Get Ahead
School is expensive. But on average, if you take 15 credits each semester, you’ll graduate on time and save money.