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Congratulations! Welcome to the University of Wyoming!
Below are a few simple steps to complete as you prepare for your future at UW. You can also view your account on WyoWeb to track your progress.
WyoWeb username creation becomes available after you have been accepted to the University of Wyoming.
The WyoWeb portal will contain all of your main information, including enrollment, financial aid, and scholarships. First, you will need your username and password. To view your checklist, there will be a link in the WyoRecords section; it will prompt you to log in with your username and password to view your information. Need help creating a username and password? Check out this video!
For first-year students entering in the fall semester, there is a $300 enrollment deposit that is due by May 1st at 11:59 p.m Mountain time. If your plans change, the $300 enrollment deposit is refundable by May 1st at 11:59 pm MDT. There are no refunds after May 1st. Students admitted after May 1st, the enrollment deposit is due within three weeks of your acceptance and is non-refundable. This deposit holds your place in the incoming class and notifies the University of your intention to attend.
*Please note that this must be done before signing up for housing and/or orientation and may take 24 hours to load to your account.
Students who would like to be considered for need-based financial assistance must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA opens on October 1st and you are encouraged to submit it prior to January 1st (for fall semester) or November 1st (for spring semester) to be considered for need-based aid and many of Wyoming’s scholarship programs. Financial Aid packaging will not begin until mid-January and information will be placed onto your WyoWeb account and mailed home in late spring. Visit the Financial Aid office for more information or phone (307) 766-2116. Students are encouraged to apply for UW scholarships at uwyo.edu/scholarships. Deadlines and additional applications exist for many scholarship opportunities.
First-year students are required to live in UW residence halls during their initial two semesters. Complete your housing contract through WyoWeb. Here you may choose a desired Freshman Interest Group (FIG), provide your preference for a specific building or floor, and be matched with a compatible roommate. The Housing Application is available starting late December-early January. For further information about housing, please contact Residence Life and Dining Services.
Math class registration is based on your score on the math section of the ACT or SAT exam. If you have not taken the ACT/SAT or would like to get placed into a higher math course than your results currently have you at, we recommend taking the Math Placement Exam. You can view class placement based on ACT/SAT scores and find out more about the MPE at uwyo.edu/placement. The exam is proctored online so you can take it where you study best and you have two hours to complete it.
Onboarding for new students includes attendance at one of our New Student Day events in the spring which allows you to take care of some pre-registration details for fall, our summer webinar series, and Saddle Up — which is a fall college preparation camp and is required for all incoming freshmen. This is your chance to connect with your academic advisor and fellow students, register for classes, and explore UW services.
All students must turn in their proof of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccinations prior to course registration. Please visit the Student Health Immunization page for instructions. You will not be able to register for semester classes if you have not met this requirement. For further information about the MMR vaccination requirement, please contact Student Health Service.
Once you attend orientation and register for classes, your UW email will activate. Please check your WyoWeb account often to access your e-mail account. This e-mail address will have important updates, student event, deadlines, and financial aid information.
Upon high school graduation or the last semester at your current institution, please
have your final official transcripts sent to the UW Admissions Office. Any new test scores, AP/IB test results, and dual enrollment should also be sent to:
University of Wyoming Admissions
1000 E. University Avenue, Dept. 3435
Laramie, WY 82071
Enhance your Cowboy experience through student connections on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube; Get involved with Recognized Student Organizations (RSO), UW Athletics, Fraternity & Sorority Life, and the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership. Connect with your new community through the Service, Leadership, and Community Engagement (SLCE) Office.
Check out these resources offered in your first year through First Year Experience!
Once you've confirmed your enrollment with UW, you will be able to download several student apps to your smartphone that will help you with accessing your courses, tutoring and much more. Get started today!
On May 1, join us in celebrating your commitment to the University of Wyoming! This nationwide event is your chance to share your photos on social media and tag our Facebook and Instagram accounts with the hashtag #UWyoBound and #TheWorldNeedsMoreCowboys so we can celebrate with you.
Keep an eye on your email and mailbox in the spring semester for details on these events or access our interactive social media toolkit!
Please contact us at (800) 342-5996 or e-mail us at email@example.com. Our goal is to help you make a smooth transition. We are looking forward to seeing you on campus next semester!