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Virtual Student Orientation

UW welcomes transfer, nontraditional and veteran students to the Cowboy Family!

We are excited for you to join us as a student at the University of Wyoming this fall. Virtual orientation will provide you information about the many programs and services offered at UW of the course of several weeks, as well as the opportunity to make connections with other incoming students.

Use the resources below to get started!




Virtual orientation will take place through our WyoLearn platform. Click here to get started and follow these steps AFTER you have registered for orientation:

  • Click on Enroll
  • Include your full name and personal email address
  • Then click Enroll in Course
  • Follow the email verification process to complete your registration




The University of Wyoming requires all students to meet with their academic advisor prior to registering for courses for the upcoming semester. If you have not already met with your advisor about fall class registration, please reach out to your college's Advising Center (listed below) to set-up for an advising appointment so you can register for your fall 2020 classes.


Link to survey page

As we move through the summer and Orientation, we want to get to know you a little bit more. To do so, please complete this survey as soon as possible. It should only take about 5 minutes to complete.

Link to survey web page


More Important Information

ZeeMee app

Even though Orientation is virtual this summer, we want to provide you an opportunity to meet other incoming students. We recommend downloading the ZeeMee app, join the Admitted Transfer Students channel, and connect with fellow transfer students.



If you have any questions as you move through the summer, we are here to help. Contact us at:

2020 Orientation Awareness Topics

Each week, new modules will be available on the online platform to provide you information about the week's awareness topic. We recommend going through the information posted to help you prepare for the start of the fall semester at UW.

  • May 26: General Information on advising and class registration, University Studies Program, degree evaluation, Math Placement Exam
  • June 1: Information from Colleges, Fall Bridge Program, Student Success Services, Disability Support Services
  • June 15: Residence Life and Dining
  • June 22: Getting Involved at UW
  • June 29: Financial Wellness
  • July 6: Faculty Connections
  • July 13: How To’s of Campus...University Bookstore (how to buy books and course materials), Transit and Parking Services, WyoOne ID, IT
  • July 20: Student Wellness
  • July 27: Academic Resources
  • August 3: Physical and Mental Wellness
  • August 10: Getting Ready to Move-in

Don't Forget...

  • Submit your immunization records for verification
UW requires students submit proof of two Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccinations. To be in compliance with the MMR immunization requirement, the immunization record must show your name, date of birth, and be signed on or after the date of the second MMR immunization by your medical provider or a representative of a health care agency.  Your immunization hold is not cleared until you have a green checkmark on your WyoWeb account.  Please contact Student Health Service if you have any questions at (307) 766-2132 or
  • Math Placement
Most incoming students to the University of Wyoming are required to take the math placement exam (MPE) prior to registering for a math course. It is recommended that you take this test at least 7 days prior to your advising session and any retakes at least 24 hours prior. (This allows time to prepare, participate in online tutoring, and retest if desired.) 
Complete information about the Math Placement Exam, preparation materials and possible exceptions to the math placement testing policy can be found on the math department web page, The site also includes a link to the testing site, “Get Started” button, and you may also follow the link from your WyoWeb check list when you are ready to take the test. 

The test is available online via your WyoWeb account. The cost is $15 plus tax for the ALEKS package and $10 for Honorlock Proctoring (per attempt).  The fees can be paid via a credit/debit card just prior to taking the exam.

Academic Advising

Each academic college, as well as the School of Energy Resources and the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, has an advising coordinator for transfer students; there is an advising coordinator for undeclared students, as well. When appropriate, they will help get you connected with your academic department and a faculty advisor.

Transfer Advising Coordinators

Arts and Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences Advising Center ▪ ▪ 307-766-4013

Agriculture and Natural Resources
Kerry Casper ▪ ▪ 307-766-3046

Peter M. & Paula Green Johnson Student Success Center ▪ ▪ 307-766-UBIZ (8249)

Teacher Preparation & Advising Office ▪ ▪ 307-766-2230

Engineering and Applied Science
College of Engineering Advising Center ▪ ▪ 307-766-4253

Health Sciences
Health Science Advising Center ▪ ▪ 307-766-3499

ACES (Advising, Career, and Exploratory Studies) ▪ ▪ 307-766-2398

School of Energy Resources
Pam Henderson ▪ ▪ 307-766-6879

Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources ▪ 307-766-5080

Distance Students
Becky Despain ▪ ▪ 307-766-2398

Registering for Classes

After you have met with your advisor and received your PERC, you can logon to WyoWeb to register for classes.  Here are some resources for more information on WyoRecords Registration:

Questions? Feel free to contact us at (307) 766-5160 or

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