Yes. Scholarships awarded by private donors and entities are typically open to Undocumented students. If questions about your Social Security Number (SSN) or if a Parent’s Income Tax information is requested, contact the scholarship committee to see the best way to present this information.
Yes. You can still be admitted to Weber State, however you will be charged out-of-state tuition rates for Fall and Spring Semester and you will not be able to receive in-state-tuition until you have legalized your status in the United States and meet Utah residency requirements. However, during Summer Semester, all WSU students pay in-state tuition.
No. The DACA SSN is mainly for work purposes. When filling out the WSU admission application, Undocumented and DACA students select other when asked about citizenship. This option does not require a Social Security Number.
Wait two business days, and then call the Admissions Office 801-626-6050. Ask for your W# and International PIN. The W# and International PIN are needed to set up your username and password for the WSU portal. The portal is where you will sign up for classes. Make sure tocomplete and sign the Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Affidavit and include your W#. Please mail, email, or come in and turn in the Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Affidavit. (*Note: Final
high school transcript, along with affidavit, must be submitted in order to receive in-state tuition)
Weber State University
3885 West Campus Dr Dept 1137
Ogden, UT 84408-1137
If you have questions, please call the Admissions Office at 801-626-6050 or
Yes, if you are a U.S. Citizen, you are eligible to receive financial aid. If one or both of your parents are undocumented, you enter zeros (000-00-0000) for their SSN on the FAFSA application. Once the application is complete, you must print it out, have your parent(s) sign it, and then it MUST be mailed to Federal Student Aid Processing at the address printed on the signature page, or turn it into the financial aid office at Weber State University.
If your parents lost their tax forms, they can request an IRS Tax Return Transcript. They can order a copy of transcript tax records online. Once in the website, go to tools, click on “Get Transcript of Your Tax Records”. Click on “Get your Transcript Online”, create an account, follow the instructions and then you can print it. Or you can have it mailed to you, click on “Get Transcript by Mail”.