Resources for undocumented students


Applicants who cannot provide proof of legal residency in the United States apply to Weber State University in a very similar way as a Utah resident would.

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Steps to apply to WSU:

  1. Submit an application for admission online at
  2. Select "New Freshman"
  3. You will need to create a profile first.
  4. Then you will fill out the application.
    • Undocumented/DACA students will select "Other" under citizenship status.
  5. In order to submit your application, you will need to pay a $30 non-refundable application fee with a credit/debit card. You can save the application to submit it later.
  6. Have your official high school transcripts sealed in an envelope  sent or hand-delivered to the following address:

WSU Admissions Office
3885 West Campus Dr. Dept 1137
Ogden, UT 84408-1137

  1. Your acceptance letter will be mailed to you and it will contain a W# and your International PIN.
  2. Contact the Admissions Office at 801-626-6050 or for more information or to schedule a campus visit.
  3. Community Education Center (Under-Represented Members): 801-626-7911
  4. College of Access and First Year Transition (High School students): 801-626-7330

Concurrent Enrollment

  • Undocumented and DACA High school students interested in receiving college credit will apply to Weber State University following the same steps listed above.
  • Concurrent enrollment students that are undocumented and have graduated high school, in order to get in-state tuition, you must hand-deliver or send in your transcript to the Admissions Office that shows your graduation date. You must also fill out and submit a non-resident tuition exemption affidavit. Please be aware, that the tuition wavier/affidavit will not reflect on your bill until one week before school starts. If you have questions or concerns, please call the Admissions Office at 801-626-6050.