Students enrolling in Weber University may not be able to complete the entire enrollment process online because on-campus visits are suggested or required for orientation and student advising; however, students can do the application, online account setup, financial aid paperwork and course registration steps online as of 2015, notes Weber.edu. Requirements for enrollment can vary based on whether the student is a freshman, transfer or international student.
The following process is required to enroll at Weber University.
- Obtain an eWeber Account
- Handle financial aid paperwork
- Complete the orientation and advising session
- Complete course registration
Fill out the application on Weber University's website. Submit any necessary documentation requested, such as the high school transcript, test scores and proof of diploma. After paying the application fee, complete any requested interview.
After being accepted and obtaining a Wildcat ID, visit Weber.edu to get an eWeber Account, which is necessary for course registration, a student email address, financial aid updates and other necessary tasks.
Complete the federal financial aid application and contact the university for information about financial aid packages and available grants and scholarships.
Sign up for a new student orientation session to get help from an adviser with course scheduling and to explore what is available on campus. Although the school prefers students attend orientation on campus, there is an online option for those who live far away and are not able to make it. In addition, it may be necessary to schedule another advising appointment on campus to talk about the chosen major and plan a course schedule.
After talking to an adviser, use Weber University's eWeber portal to register for classes.