Apply to Early College
Before starting on these steps, make sure you have completed the Early College Information Session!
- The information session will help answer common questions about the application process.
- You may also want to review the Early College eligibility requirements (listed in the section below) to see if your index score is sufficient for admittance to the program.
STEP ONE: SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION
Complete the Early College Admissions Application online with the assistance of a parent or legal guardian.
- Unfortunately, the payment portal in this application is broken. Choose "Pay Later" and submit your application.
- If you have previously applied to WSU as a Concurrent Enrollment student, you have already paid this fee and do not need to pay it again.
- If you have not previously applied to WSU, contact WSU's Cashier's Office at 801-626-8006 to pay over the phone 24 hours after submitting your application. They will need to look the student's record up by utilizing personal information (students name, birthday, SSN, etc) since they will not have a W# yet.
STEP TWO: SEND OFFICIAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT
Contact your high school Registrar or Counselor to request that they send an official transcript directly to WSU's Admissions Office. They can also email transcripts to email@example.com if needed.
STEP THREE: SUBMIT OFFICIAL ACT OR SAT SCORES
If you have already taken the ACT/SAT...
- You may need to log in to your ACT/SAT account and request for the scores to be sent to WSU, if you haven't done so already.
- If your high school has an official record of your scores, WSU can receive them directly from your official high school transcript as well. Your high school will need to send it directly to WSU's Admissions offfice.
If you have not yet taken the ACT...
- WSU offers a Residual ACT that can be taken for admission into WSU. Contact WSU's Testing Center at 801-626-6803 or visit their website for more information.
STEP FOUR: SUBMIT SIGNED PARENTAL CONSENT AGREEMENT
Download the Parental Informed Consent Agreement and have a parent or guardian sign it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. A signature is only required for Part 1 to participate in the program. The other parts are optional.
STEP FIVE: CONTACT YOUR COUNSELOR
Meet with your high school counselor and have them complete the Early College High School Counselor Contract. We use this contract to connect with your high school counselor and to know which high school requirements you need to graduate. We will send your counselor confirmation to verify the information is accurate. You must complete the counselor contract before scheduling an appointment with your Early College advisor.
If you are home schooled, please have your parent or legal guardian complete this contract. You must complete the counselor contract before scheduling an appointment with your Early College advisor, and your parent or legal guardian is required to attend this first appointment with you.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE STATUS OF YOUR ADMISSION, FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT TO US AT EARLYCOLLEGE@WEBER.EDU!
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR EARLY COLLEGE
All applicants must reside in Utah in order to participate in the Early College Program.
Have an Index Score of 110 or higher and a cumulative GPA of a 3.25 or higher. Sophomores may register for only 7 credits or two classes each semester starting in the fall of their 10th grade year.
Juniors and Seniors
Have an Index Score of 106 or higher and a cumulative GPA of a 3.25 or higher.
Home School students can utilize these alternative eligibility requirements if they do not have a high school GPA.
Please note: Students applying for admissions in to the Early College Program as a high school student will need to provide a high school transcript from an accredited high school showing completed coursework equivalent to their high school graduation year. In addition, proof of enrollment at the high school will need to be confirmed through the completion of the high school counselor contract.
Is there a deadline to apply to the Early College Program?
There is not a deadline to complete the application process; however, the sooner you apply, the better! We recommend you apply at least two weeks before the first day of the semester that you wish to begin taking courses.
How will I know that I have been admitted?
You will receive an acceptance letter from WSU's Admissions Office within a week of them receiving all necessary documents.