Our Campus Locations
Our beautiful main campus is located in Ogden, Utah, 30 miles north of Salt Lake City. A second campus, WSU- Davis is located in Layton, Utah. WSU-Davis offers a wide range of general education courses, as well as a limited number of four-year programs. Click here for a map showing how to get to WSU and click here for a map of campus. Tours are mainly offered for our campus in Ogden, if you would like to tour the Davis campus please email email@example.com.
About Your Campus Tour
If you're considering attending WSU, please let us know. We’d like to meet you! Our student ambassadors love to give tours of campus, and while you’re here, you can meet with an Admissions staff member, find out about majors you are considering, get information on admissions, financial aid, campus housing, and much more.
Our goal is to show you what it would be like if you were a Weber State student for a day. Let us know what your interests are and we might be able to schedule your visit around an activity, concert, or game. (We might even be able to get you free tickets, just ask!)
Tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. The entire visit will last about one hour and 15 minutes. This includes a walking hour tour of campus, and a 15-minute information session with an Admissions staff member.
NOTE: If you plan to start at Weber State in the upcoming fall semester, we highly recommend attending a New Student Orientation rather than a campus visit. To view available dates for New Student Orientation, click here.
For all campus visits, select your preferred time below:
A group tour is classified as any group visiting with more than 10 people. We are able to make accommodations for large groups of up to 100 students ages 10th grade and older. At least a two weeks' notice is required for group tours.
Each visit consists of a 30 minute advising session with an Admissions staff member presenting general information regarding WSU, and an hour campus tour. If you would like to coordinate a group visit, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group tours for ages 9th grade and younger are self-guided and include an interactive scavenger hunt of campus. Arrangements for prizes must be made BEFORE the visit with our office. Scavenger hunt maps for both chaperone and student can be found here: