Fast Facts

Founded in 1889, Weber (pronounced Wee-ber) State University is a coeducational, publicly supported university offering professional, liberal arts and technical certificates, as well as associate's, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The university prides itself in its excellent teaching, extraordinary commitment to meeting the needs of students at every stage of life and ongoing service to the community.

Online courses, hybrid courses, distance learning, independent study and evening classes are offered at times and places to meet the complex needs of students balancing family and work responsibilities.


WSU's Ogden campus is located in Ogden, Utah on the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, on the western flank of the Rockies. The Weber State University Davis campus is located in Layton, Utah


Covering more than 500 acres, the WSU campus houses 63 buildings. Residence halls can accommodate more than 1,000 students. The Davis campus has a 106,000-square-foot building and a 120,000-square-foot building, which house more than 300 classes per semester.


More than 26,000 students study full- and part-time. The university recognizes that a diversity of cultures and perspectives enriches the learning environment. Here students find an atmosphere where they are valued and encouraged to participate fully.

Student/Faculty Ratio

Personal attention is the hallmark of a WSU education. With a student/faculty ratio of 21:1, WSU ensures that it offers attentive, comprehensive academic advisement for all its students.

Programs & Degrees

WSU offers more than 250 undergraduate degree programs—the most two- and four-year degree offerings in the state. In addition, the university offers 11 graduate degree programs, an array of professional certificate programs, online education and the Early College Program, which helps high school students get a jump on college. WSU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Student Life

Students choose from more than 200 student clubs and organizations. A lot of the fun happens on campus in the Shepherd Union Building and at the Dee Events Center. The surrounding area offers skiing and rock climbing on nearby mountains and kayaking on nearby rivers.


WSU’s 16 intercollegiate programs compete at the NCAA Division I level. In addition, we offer more than 23 club sports and intramural programs.

Costs & Financial Aid

In-state tuition and fees for full-time undergraduates are $5,183.34 per year; out-of-state tuition and fees run $13,837.14. Institutional scholarships totaled $12,970,478 in the 2013-14 school year. Weber State awarded more than $95 million in financial support to 13,759 students in 2013-14.