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Let us help you make the most of your spring semester.

The Telitha E Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities wants to keep you up-to-date on the latest information affecting your plans for Spring Semester 2021. We are here to help you enroll in the classes you need to move towards the future you have envisioned for yourself. 

You do not need to put your education on hold. Flexibility is the name of the game this year and our faculty has carefully redesigned courses in all disciplines of the arts and humanities to put your safety first. We’re preparing our spring semester with options for online, in-person and hybrid courses. Whatever happens, we’ll be ready.

To help you stay up-to-date, we assembled a list of our most frequently asked questions from students about what spring semester will look like for WSU's arts and humanities programs. More information from the university can be found at www.weber.edu/coronavirus.

We encourage you to set up an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss your course options by visiting cahadvisor.youcanbook.me or emailing cahadvisor@weber.edu.

Spring flowers frame the Stewart Bell Tower at Weber State University

Spring Semester FAQ