We know that going to school is not as easy as just showing up for classes! You need to think about which classes you take, how to set up your email, how to use Canvas, child care if you have kiddos, parking, textbooks, where to live, how to put money on your wildcard, how to get your wildcard! There is so much! Here are some resources to help you with the basics so you can get all set up with school. All resources on campus are available to all students with a valid Wildcard.*
What You Need To Know Now
- You can now complete the FAFSA for the fall 2024 through summer 2025 year. If you are not able to log in, keep checking back to try to get into the system. Processing time has been delayed. Find the most up-to-date info at weber.edu/fafsahelp.
- Weber State's new scholarship program easily finds WSU and national scholarships that you qualify for! Take 30 minutes to set up your account by answering questions about yourself that the program can then use to search for scholarship options for you.
- Feb. 20: Last day to Withdraw (W), declare Credit/No Credit, or Audit for 1st Block classes
- March 4 at midnight to March 6 at midnight: Students will not have access to WSU email and Google accounts for maintenance
- March 15: Deadline to apply for graduation and have name in the graduation programs.
- March 18: Summer schedule online
- March 25: Fall schedule online and view registration time
- April 1: Summer registration opens
- April 8: Fall registration opens
Emergency contacts if you are concerned that you or someone you know is at risk for suicide.
Get local help with food, housing, utilities, medical needs and more.
Get two bags of food and resources a week from Stewart Library, Room 224
Canvas is a course management system that supports online learning and teaching. It allows professors to post grades, information, and assignments online. This is an essential tool for doing well in class. If you are not sure how to use it, take the quick on-demand training.
The Hourly Child Care Center is a state-licensed facility that provides hourly care to WSU students' children while they attend classes or partake in academic events.
Computer Literacy Courses
Weber State offers six free non-credit, online, self-paced courses for active WSU students (and faculty/staff) to expand computer literacy skills. Courses include how to use a computer, Microsoft programs and more.
Sodexo offers dining plans for students living in the residence halls or for retail stores in the Shepherd Union. Sodexo provides a variety of dining choices for everyone on campus.
Duo is a third-party, two-factor authentication system Weber State uses to protect your accounts in the event that your password is stolen or compromised. It can be used on a smartphone or tablet. Duo sends a push notification to your smartphone when logging into Weber State accounts and services in the eWeber portal, which you can then authenticate. Duo will be required on Feb. 16, 2024.
The eWeber Portal is where you can find many applications that you will need such as access to your student email account and Canvas. Your username is the name in your assigned student email (example: “WaldoWildcat”). Learn how to use the eWeber Portal.
New Student Orientation
Upon admission, New Student Orientation is the next step in getting started as a Wildcat. All new students seeking a credential at Weber State University are required to complete orientation.
Pay for School
Get parking maps and permits, pay parking citations and appeal parking citations.
Register for Classes
You must register for the classes you want to take every semester. Log into your eWeber portal to check your registration time and register for classes. Make sure to meet with your academic advisor well before registration opens so you can plan out your class schedule.
All official communications from WSU will come through your student email. Please check it often!
- How to check your student email & redirect it to your preferred email accounts.
- Need help with email?
Know your rights, take the Haven course, find resources for survivors and more.
Working on campus offers flexibility, real-world experience and helps you build
connections and references.
Student Resource Guide
Check out the virtual and in-person services, events and engagement opportunities designed to help you get through classes and keep you connected to Weber State!
Checkout laptops, web cameras, Wifi hotspots, calculators, GoPos, anatomical models and more from the Stewart Library.
Terms and Definitions
There are lots of new words in higher education that may seem overwhelming. Check out our terms and definitions to help you navigate all these new words.
Physical copies of textbooks and other course materials are available to borrow for short periods of time from the Stewart Library.
Get your wildcard to access WSU services such as the library and gym. You can also get your UTA Ed Pass from the Wildcard Services and Information Center in the Shepherd Union.
Get your books, technology, supplies and WSU gear!
WSU Online FAQ
Taking online classes and have questions?
Do you have questions? Ask Waldo! You should be receiving text messages from Waldo with important deadlines, class waitlists and more. If you are not or you opted out and want to opt back in, check out the Ask Waldo website.
*Concurrent Enrollment students may not be able to access all of these student services because they do not pay student fees.