Now that you have been admitted to the University of Wyoming, there are a few items that you will need to complete to enroll as an official Wyoming student and to help better prepare you for the start of your college experience.
Below is a checklist to assist you in a smooth transition to college life. You can also view your account on WyoWeb to track your progress.
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!
Undergraduate, bachelor's degree-seeking, students only (exchange students do not need to confirm). This is a required step that lets us know that you intend to enroll at UW. If you are unable to pay the fee at this time, continue to confirm your enrollment without submitting payment.
Attendance at this essential program is required of all new international students. It will be held before the start of the semester. You must also check-in with International Students and Scholars in Suite 5, basement of Cheney International Center anytime between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM immediately after your arrival in Laramie. Please bring all of your immigration documents with you.
If you plan to live on campus, apply immediately. Contact Residence Life and Dining Services for any questions about on-campus living. If you will live off-campus, start your apartment search now. All freshmen (1st-year, bachelor's degree-seeking students) are required to live on campus.
All students must provide proof of two doses of MMR immunization before registering for classes. International students may also need to undergo tuberculosis testing after arrival at UW. For further information about the MMR vaccination requirement, please contact Student Health Service.
Only required for freshmen and some other undergraduate students. If you need to take this exam, it will show up on your WyoWeb checklist. Information from this exam will be used to place these students in math or math-related classes. You may take this exam on-campus when you arrive or online.
The University of Wyoming has a mandatory advising policy for all students (except non-degree graduate and outreach students). Contact your department of study or review the college information on WyoWeb to learn more about getting advised so you can register for classes.
Once you have been advised and given your Personal Electronic Registration Code (PERC), you may register for classes through your WyoWeb under the To-Do Items on your "Checklist" tab.
To finalize your admissions, scholarships, and financial aid, please have final official transcripts sent to the UW Admissions Office. You can verify this process has been completed through WyoWeb.
University of Wyoming Admissions
Dept. 3435 | 1000 E. University Avenue | Laramie, WY 82071
International (non-citizen) students are automatically enrolled in the medical insurance each semester. International students may waive the University of Wyoming Student Medical Insurance if their circumstances meet requirements outlined in University Regulation 8-248, 22 CFR 62.14, and the corresponding policy.
If you are already registered for classes, you can order your textbooks online.
Learn how to get to Laramie, Wyoming once you've arrived in the United States. Please notify ISS of your travel plans by clicking the the "travel plans" link in your checklist. We must have this information for immigration purposes.
Learn tips and information about applying for your student visa.
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There are numerous ways to be involved in your campus community. Here are a few ways to kick start your college adventure!
Attend Cowboy Connect - The Thursday-Saturday prior to classes beginning, freshmen have the opportunity to integrate with campus, gain important knowledge about their transition, and meet new students.
Check out the UW Calendar – there are events scheduled every week. Check in and check out the great events around campus
Campus Activities Center – This main center on campus helps students get connected to their interests, passions, and opportunities.
SLCE (Service, Leadership & Community Engagement)
Please contact us at (307) 766-5160 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our goal is to help you make a smooth transition. We are looking forward to seeing you on campus next semester!