- Applying to WSU
Prior to declaring your major and registering for classes, you must be accepted to WSU.
WSU’s Office of Admissions website includes information on applying for admission and checking on your application status.
- Transfer Students
WSU and the Department of Child & Family Studies welcome transfer students.
International Students must have transcripts evaluated by this agency:
- World Education Service
- PO Box 745
- Old Chelsea St.
- New York, NY 10113
Contact Darcy Gregg, academic advisor, with any other CHF questions that you may have.
- Darcy Gregg, MEd, CFLE
- McKay Education Building 248
- Declaring Your Major or Minor
Meet with Darcy Gregg, Department of Child & Family Studies department advisor to declare your major or minor. Please have your W# and photo ID ready and available. Darcy will go over general education requirements for your major and assign you a faculty advisor.
To declare a minor in the Child & Family Studies Department, you must first have a Bachelors degree declared.
Darcy Gregg, MEd, CFLE
McKay Education Building 248
- Declaring Your Double Major
If you are double majoring in early childhood education and elementary education, follow the instructions for declaring a major in Child & Family Studies and declare a program of study, and apply and be accepted into the Teacher Education Program. The program has a competitive admissions process. A limited number of applicants are admitted in March for fall semester and in October for spring semester.
Please contact the Teacher Education department for more information and deadline dates.
When you are admitted to the Teacher Education Program, you must attend a new admission orientation.
- Registering for Class
Visit WSU’s Registration Website for tutorials on adding and dropping classes, wait lists and more.
To join a closed class or if you have insufficient prerequisites for a class, you must fill out a Registration Permission Slip. The class instructor’s signature and the departmental stamp must be obtained on the form, and it must be taken to the records window in the Registrar’s Solution Center.
Contact the Registrar's Solution Center with questions at 801-626-7778, Student Service Center Room 109, email@example.com.
To view the Registration Permission Slip, you must have Adobe Acrobat or compatible program installed on your computer. If you don't have Adobe Reader, you can get the free software here.
- Tuition & Fees
- Additional Resources
- WSU Catalog
- WSU Admissions
- Academic Calendar
- Student Success Center
- First Year Experience
- Financial Aid
- Field Trip Information
- General Education Requirements
- General Studies
- GPA Calculator
- Math & English Placement
- Melba S. Lehner Children's School Student Teaching Application
- Petitions and Waivers
- Application for Experiential Credit
- Course Planner
- Waiver Information of the Prerequisites for CHF 2610 & 2620