Military Using Tuition Assistance (TA)

Military Students (Active Duty, National Guard & Reserve): Welcome to Weber State University! We appreciate your service to our nation and will do everything we can to assist you in obtaining your educational goals.


Prior to enrolling at Weber State University, please receive approval from your education service office, military education counselor or respective service.


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Weber State University approved by the DoD?

Yes, WSU is a DoD approved school, with a signed Voluntary Education Partnership MOU.

 

How much is tuition?

WSU Net Price Calculators

 

I am not a Utah resident – do I pay out of state tuition?

You are eligible for Utah resident tuition rates.

 

What is the refund policy for Military members using Tuition Assistance?

Weber State University's tuition refund policies are designed to comply with DoDI 1322.25 requirements.

Refund Policy for Students Receiving Tuition Assistance from Military

 

Where can I find out about financial aid and scholarships?

Contact the WSU Financial Aid and Scholarship Office  Veteran Scholarship Opportunities

 

What degrees are offered at WSU?

WSU offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and Certificates in multiple areas of study.

Explore Majors, Minors & Programs

 

Are there additional requirements to obtaining credentials besides a degree or certificate?

There may be.

Learn More From WSU Online State Authorizations

 

Where can I attend class?

WSU offers classes at multiple locations, as well as online.

Check Out WSU Locations

 

What if I receive orders and cannot finish a course?

If you are a service member who has received orders requiring you to suspend your studies at WSU, you may cancel or withdraw from your courses according to the dates published on the Academic Calendar. If you have missed all the deadlines to withdraw from your course(s), you may file an academic petition. In some circumstances where 80% or your coursework has been completed, you may speak with your instructor about the option to receive an Incomplete Grade.