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Early College Application Process

  • Fall 2023 admission is closed.
  • The deadline to complete steps 1 through 3 for Spring 2024 is December 15th, 2023.
  • The deadline to complete steps 4 and 5 for Spring 2024 is January 5th, 2024.

Step 1: Attend an Early College Information Session‌

These sessions are held regularly and include detailed information related to the Early College program. This mandatory first step is incredibly beneficial, as it is designed to answer a lot of the initial questions parents and students have.

You may want to review the Early College eligibility requirements to see if your index score is sufficient for joining this program.

If you are unable to attend the offered session times, you can schedule an appointment with your assigned High School Dual Enrollment advisor to assist you with covering the required information and completing this step.


Step 2: Complete the Early College Declaration Form and submit the required items below

Important Note: If you have not been admitted to Concurrent Enrollment (CE) at Weber State University, complete that application first as it is required to be admitted to CE before joining this program. Joining Early College will not prevent your ability to take CE classes.

  • Complete the Early College Declaration Form.
  • Download and Submit the Parental Informed Consent Agreement after your parent or legal guardian has signed it (only a signature on Part 1: Services/Activities is required).
    • This document can be directly emailed to
  • Submit your official high school transcript.
    • Check with your high school registrar or counselor to request they send an official transcript directly to WSU's Admissions Office.
    • They can also email official transcripts to
  • Submit your official ACT/SAT score sheet to WSU admissions Office
    • Official means sent directly from Collegeboard for SAT and for ACT.
    • If you haven't taken the National ACT, Weber State offers a Residual ACT.


Step 3: Contact your High School Counselor

You must meet with your high school counselor in order to determine if Early College is right for you. During this appointment, ask your counselor to submit an Early College Counselor Contract. This contract must be submitted by your High School Counselor and is required to begin Early College.


Step 4: Complete the mandatory WSU New Student Orientation

All new Wildcats are required to complete New Student Orientation through their eWeber portal. You will learn important information like how to register for classes, pay for tuition, apply for scholarships, explore degree programs, and available resources for you on campus. More information can be found at:


Step 5: Meet with a WSU Dual Enrollment Advisor

Finally, you will need to set up your Required Early College (REC) appointment with the Dual Enrollment Advisor for your campus in order to register for classes. At least one parent or legal guardian is required to attend this appointment with you.


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