Step 1: Attend an Information Session


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.


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?

When and where are they held?

Sessions are held twice a month. See the schedule below for specific days, times, and locations. Fill in the form below to RSVP for a session. 

Although attending an in-person session is strongly encouraged, if you are unable to attend any of these sessions, you may view our Online Early College Information Session.

Ogden Campus

3848 Harrison Blvd., Ogden
Student Services Center, Room 141
Tuesdays, 4-5 PM

Davis Campus

2750 N. University Park Blvd., Layton
(RSVP form below will show room location)
Wednesdays, 4-5 PM

2019-2020 Early College Information Sessions
September 3 March 3 September 11 March 11
October 1 April 7 October 16 April 15
November 12 May 5 November 20 May 13
December 3 June 2 December 11 June 10
January 7 July 7 January 15 July 15
February 4 August 4 February 12 August 12

*Additional Information Sessions may be scheduled throughout the year.


If none of the above dates are convenient, contact the WSU Early College Advisor for your district or view our Online Information Session.

Online Information Session

 



 

Step 2: Complete the Application Process