NUAMES Information Sessions
Each fall, the Weber State Dual Enrollment advisement team holds Six Early College Information Sessions in the Fall semester for NUAMES High School students and their parents or guardians to learn more about Early College and begin the admissions process.
Student's interested in NUAMES Early College MUST attend one of these required sessions in order to apply for the upcoming spring and fall semesters. Both student and parent/guardian MUST attend.
Students from NUAMES can attend an event at either campus and need to RSVP to reserve their spot, as seating is limited.
We are sorry if you missed our 2022-23 Weber State Early College Information Sessions for NUAMES students.
Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-395-3480.
For prospective Early College students, our advising team recommends signing up for an ACT Exam as soon as possible.
Find the next available national ACT exam to register for at ACT.org
or utilize the Residual ACT option offered by Weber State at https://www.weber.edu/TestingCenter/act.html
ACT scores are required as a part of admission into the Early College program.
ACT scores can take up to 6-8 weeks to be received by Weber State. Plan ahead to take it as soon as possible.
What Will I Learn
What Early College is.
Earning college credit.
Who your Dual Enrollment Advisor is.
WSU's General Education requirements.
WSU's Early College program requirements.
The cost of Early College.
How to pay for Early College and available scholarships.
Admissions process and next steps.