Congratulations on being admitted to Westminster College! The following is a list of things to do to help make your transition to Westminster as smooth as possible.

Next Steps

1. Pay your Deposit

Pay your $250 deposit to the Admissions Office so we can secure your place in the class. You will not be able to register for classes until the non-refundable deposit is received. Tuition deposits are due by May 1, the National Reply Date.

Payment Options

Pay by Phone

801.832.2200 or toll free at 1.800.748.4753

Pay Online

Pay Online Now

Pay by Check

Send Checks to

Office of Admissions
Westminster College
1840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

2. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Apply for financial aid online at fafsa.gov. Our priority deadline is March 1. Contact our Financial Aid Office at 801.832.2500 for assistance or questions.

3. Register for Housing

Make sure to secure your spot in one of our residence halls early, as campus housing is in high demand. Housing applications are available beginning December 1, with a priority deadline of May 15. Our First-Year/Sophomore Living Experience is designed to provide students with the best possible college experience.

4. Register for Classes

Registration begins in April with Griffin Gear Up. All incoming first year students will have the opportunity to attend a Griffin Gear Up spring orientation event, a two-day overnight experience for admitted first-year students that includes meeting with an academic advisor, registering for classes, understanding the financial aspect of education here at Westminster, exploring leadership development, and getting to know your peers.

All incoming first-year students must make an appointment with the Start Center and meet with a student peer prior to registering. You can call 801.832.2280 or email startcenter@westminstercollege.edu to set up your appointment.

Transfer students must fill out the Pre-Advising form before meeting with staff from the Start Center. New transfer student registration is April 9, and new student first-year registration May 1.

5. Attend Student Orientation

First Year Student Orientation spans the four days before the fall semester begins. During orientation you will have an excellent opportunity to meet other students, as well as many dedicated faculty and staff, and get ready to thrive in our campus community!

Transfer Student Orientation is a one-day program providing the foundation of what it means to be a Westminster student. You will have the opportunity to connect with campus partners and other transfer students.

6. Welcome to Westminster!

Classes start August 2017.

New Student To-Do's

Get Your Books

The bookstore is open Monday–Tuesday from 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Friday from 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Get Your Class Schedule

New students can get their schedule from the Start Center.

Get Your Parking Pass

Purchase your parking pass online.

Get your Student ID Card

Visit the Health, Wellness, and Athletic Center during operating hours.

Activate Your Student Food Card

You'll use your student ID card for your meal plan. Visit the food services office located in the Shaw Student Center.

Sign Your Four Year Guarantee

Westminster College extends a guarantee that essential courses will be available to allow you to complete all course work necessary to fulfill Liberal Education/W-Core and major requirements so that you can graduate in four years.

Take a Campus Tour

New students are welcome to schedule a tour with the Admissions office in Converse Hall.

Need to Defer Your Admission Status?

Apply for Deferred Admission Status