July 13: Lindquist Family Pops Concert & Fireworks
July 24: Pioneer Day -- Campus closed
Friday-Sunday (July 25-27): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the Weekend Snake River Raft Trip, Snake River, (Jackson Hole, Wyoming) $95 student/$125 non-student, pre-trip meeting required, 801-626-6373 or www.weber.edu/outdoor/snakeriverrafttrip.html.
Aug. 6-15: Campus Store Textbook Buyback
Aug. 8: Last day of classes summer semester 2014
Aug. 11-13: Final exams
Aug. 24: The LDSSA hosts it annual Back to School Devotional with M. Russell Ballard
Aug. 28: The WSUSA Diversity Board hosts a 51st anniversary showing of Dr. King's "I Have A Dream".
Aug. 29: The Department of Student Involvement and Leadership hosts the Wildcat Block Party, "Celebrate Weber State!" email@example.com or 801-626-7334.
Aug. 30: Saturday only classes begin
Sept. 1: Labor Day - No Classes
Sept. 6: WSU Football vs. North Dakota State
Sept. 9: Allen Holmes Diversity Symposium
Sept. 10: Student Job Fair
Sept. 15: Last day to cancel Semester and 1st Block Classes
Sept. 15-19: Constitution Week
Sept. 22: Graduate School Fair
Sept. 24: WSU Service Day of Remembrance
Sept. 24: Campus Store Wildcat Tech Expo
Sept. 25-26: 16th Annual Diversity Conference
Oct 3-11: Performances of She Loves Me
Oct. 11: WSU Football vs. Cal Poly (Big Sky Homecoming Game)
Oct. 6: Last day to withdraw, declare, or Audit 1st Block Classes
Oct. 9: WSU welcomes Train in concert, 7:30 p.m., Dee Events Center, tickets at weberstatetickets.com.
Oct. 14: Hispanic & Latino Heritage Month Film & Panel Discussion
Oct. 16: Last day of 1st Block Classes
Oct. 17: Fall Break - No Classes
Oct. 20: First Day of 2nd Block Classes
Oct. 25: WSU Football vs. Portland State
Oct. 28: WSU Convocations hosts Jeffrey Tambor of "Arrested Development."
Nov. 1: WSU Football vs. Nothern Arizona
Nov. 4: Last day to withdraw, declare, or Audit for Semester Classes
Nov. 6: WSU Convocations hosts Alyssa Mastromonaco, former White House Deputy Chief of Staff
Nov. 7: Last day to cancel 2nd Block Classes
Nov. 7: Metaphor Student Literary Journal Open Mic NIght
Nov. 8-15: Performances of Wit
Nov. 12: Annual Native American Symposium
Nov. 27-28: Thanksgiving Break - No Classes
Dec. 2: Last day to withdraw, declare, or Audit for 2nd Block Classes
Dec. 3-12: Campus Store Textbook Buyback
Dec. 5-19: Fall Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
Dec. 5: Last day of Fall Semester Classes
Dec. 8-11: Final Exams
Dec. 12: Graduation/Commencement
Dec. 24-25: Campus Closed
Spring 2015January 16: 16th Annual Gospel Music Festival - Make a Joyful Noise!
January 19: Rev. Martin Luther King. Jr. Freedom Breakfast & March
April 14-16: Holocaust Remembrance Events - "Keep the Memory Alive."
For a complete list of events and activities at WSU, check out the Events & Calendars section on the WSU Today main page.