WSU was founded in Ogden, Utah as Weber Stake Academy in 1889. “Weber” comes from the name of the county where the university is located, which was named after John Henry Weber, an early American fur trapper.
Weber State has more than 100 undergraduate majors and areas of emphasis that lead to associate’s or bachelor’s degrees.
The mission of the Weber State University Sustainability Practices and Research Center is to inform and educate WSU students, faculty, staff and the local and statewide community in order to ensure the sustainability of our region and our world for future generations.
The mission of Career Services is to help students develop their self-awareness and skills to explore, clarify and implement good career choices and promote strategies to locate meaningful employment upon graduation.
Accommodations for students and parents are available at the beautiful, air-conditioned Wildcat Village. The basic set up of these rooms are single- and double-room apartments with a bathroom, a common living area and kitchen. Parents can stay in the same suite as their children upon request.
The Stewart Library, located on the Ogden campus, is responsible for providing a wide range of quality services that promote the academic programs of Weber State University. The Stewart Library holdings include books, journals, media, government publications, and many electronic resources.
Weber State University provides secure wireless internet access for use by faculty, staff, and active students. Limited access is also offered to guests visiting campus via our WSU Guest network.
The center provides quality, cost-effective outpatient medical care. Services include treatment for common illnesses and injuries and disease prevention activities. Although the main purpose of the center is to serve students, faculty and staff may use the facility for a nominal fee.
Weber State University offers educational experiences in communities across Utah. Discover our exceptional programs and faculty at the campus or center near you.
WSUSA has a two-fold purpose: to represent the concerns, needs and desires of the student body, and to assist in the development of students. WSUSA is the University's official representative for all fee paying students and is committed to aggressively pursuing comprehensive internal and external student representation. WSUSA acknowledges dissimilar opinions by attempting to achieve a broad-based representation. WSUSA provides and supports programming and activities designed to involve and enrich the student body. WSUSA provides students with a variety of services and opportunities for community interaction and co-curricular learning unique to a campus setting.
Weber State University’s accreditation and planning processes are inextricably mixed.
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