WSU Davis Campus Facts & Figures

Fact and Figures


Enrollment Demographics:

(As of Fall 2002)
Total WSU enrollment: 18,000 students

Davis County residents: 6,111 / 34%

 

Campus & Building:

 

Funding approved by legislature during 2002 session

Construction began: April 30, 2002

Location: 2750 North University Park Blvd., Layton, Utah

 

Builder: Jacobsen Construction

Architect: MHTN Architects of Salt Lake City

Utah’s Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM)

Project Manager: Jim Harris


Building Size: three-stories tall, 106,000 square feet

Cost of initial building: $22.5 million

Campus Acreage: 105 acres

Landscaped with low-maintenance, drought-tolerant plants


Plans: Master plan calls for 10 buildings on campus including current facility

 

Facility includes:

n      Information Commons features approx. 70-computer workstations

n      31 classrooms (21 traditional and 10 computer classrooms)

n      A science lecture hall and chemistry and physics science labs for state-of-the-art laboratory-based science labs

n      Each classroom is equipped with teaching stations that include a computer, projector, desktop camera, VCR, DVD/CD player, lighting controls and

      speakers

n      39 faculty offices

n      Houses WSU’s Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) program and faculty

 

Services include:

 

n      Library and media center

n      health center

n      testing center

n      on-site enrollment services (admissions, registration, cashiering, transcripts, records, graduation, scholarships)

n      academic advisement

n      math and English tutoring

n      career services

n      financial aid counseling

n      psychological counseling

n      services for multicultural and international students, veterans, women students and students with disabilities

n      full-service university book store

n      student council and leadership development

n      Weber State Credit Union

 

Academic Programs Offered:

 

Weber State University Davis will offer a full schedule of general education classes, eight degree programs and a wide range of certificate programs in the following areas:

           master’s degree in business administration (MBA)

           graduate certificate in health administrative services

           bachelor’s degrees in business administration, criminal justice, English, health services administration, information systems and technology, sales and service technology, Spanish, telecommunications and business education

           associate’s degrees in general studies, computer science, criminal justice, health information technology, and information systems and technology

 

Classes: 

WSU Davis offers fall semester courses in the following subjects:

accounting

anthropology

art

botany

business administration

chemistry

child and family studies

criminal justice

communication

computer science

economics

education

English

finance

geography

geosciences

health administrative services

health

health information management

history

health science

interior design

information systems & technologies

library science

logistics and operations management

math

master of business administration (MBA)

master of education

management

microbiology

marketing

music

nutrition

philosophy

physics

political science

psychology

quantitative analysis

sociology

Spanish

sales and service technology

telecommunications & business education

theater

zoology

Contact:
John Kowalewski, director of Media Relations
(801) 626-7212 · jkowalewski@weber.edu
Author:
John Kowalewski, director of Media Relations
(801) 626-7212 · jkowalewski@weber.edu