Step 1: Attend an Information Session

 

Summer 2021 Early College Information Sessions

If you are interested in participating in the Early College program, the Information Session is the required first step in the process. This session really is designed to help prospective students and parents understand the program and the application process -- so it truly is a great first step! The student and a parent/legal guardian are required to attend the WSU Early College Information Session together. 

Please view the table below for locations, dates, and times for Summer 2021 Early College Information Sessions. These sessions will be taking place in-person, so please note that face coverings will be required per WSU Covid-19 Policies. Please RSVP using the form at the bottom of this page.

WSU Ogden
SC 141 - 4-5pm
WSU Davis
DSC 203 - 4-5pm
May 4 May 19
June 1 June 16
July 6 June 21
August 3 August 18

(Note: NUAMES High School students must attend a different session. Click here for more information.)


Online Information Session

If none of the above dates are feasible, you can watch our Online Information Session recording at your own convenience or contact the WSU Early College Advisor for your district.


What will I learn?

  • What is Early College?
  • How can I earn college credit?
  • Why take Early College courses?
  • What are WSU's General Education requirements?
  • What are WSU's Early College Program application requirements?
  • How much does Early College cost?
  • How can it be funded?
  • What are my next steps?

Who should attend?

  • Students interested in the WSU Early College Program (Note: NUAMES High School students must attend a different session. Click here for more information.)
  • Parents/Guardians of students interested in the WSU Early College Program

The student and a parent/legal guardian are required to attend the WSU Early College Information Session together.