Top Cat!

Weber's Waldo the Wildcat captures the national mascot championship.

Coming Soon: New Grads

Weber's 145th Commencement will be held Friday, May 1, in the Dee Events Center.

Forward Thinking

Weber’s campuses are transforming with construction of facilities like the Tracy Hall Science Center, coming fall 2016.

WSU News

  • WSU’s Largest Graduating Class
    WSU’s Largest Graduating Class

    Weber State University officials expect the class of 2014-15 to total more than 5,337 graduates. So far 3,053 candidates have applied for spring graduation and will be honored May 1 during WSU’s 145th commencement.

  • Shigley, Sohl Selected as Brady Distinguished Professors
    Shigley, Sohl Selected as Brady Distinguished Professors

    Sally Bishop Shigley, from WSU’s Department of English, and John Sohl, from the Department of Physics, will receive their awards May 1 during WSU’s 145th commencement ceremony.

  • WSU Contingent to Help Orphanage in Thailand
    WSU Contingent to Help Orphanage in Thailand

    Weber State University students, faculty and staff will travel to a Thailand orphanage May 3-28 to construct a new kitchen and dining hall. The team will work with a WSU alumnus and Thailand native Ninnet Phurininnat.

  • WSU Helps Launch Community Solar Program
    WSU Helps Launch Community Solar Program

    On May 28, WSU is launching the Susie Hulet Community Solar Program, one of the first-ever university-led solar purchasing programs. The program will help community members purchase affordable residential solar paneling.