Access and affordability. Weber is an open-enrollment university and has been recognized as the top public school in Utah for return on your educational investment.
Quality and variety. Weber's focus on excellent teaching extends through more than 225 certificate and degree programs, 11 graduate programs and many other educational opportunities.
Energy and support. Whether you live off or on campus, Weber offers an environment filled with events, activities, clubs and recreation, along with supportive student services.
History and community. Founded in 1889, Weber State University prides itself on excellent teaching, providing access to educational opportunity, and its active role within the community.
The Wildcat men's tennis team tops Idaho to win the Big Sky Conference tournament.
Weber celebrates more than 5,400 new grads.
Interested in what makes people tick? Love solving problems or analyzing maps? Check out Weber’s programs in the social sciences.
Have a great business idea? Weber's minor in entrepreneurship can help you turn it into a reality.
WSU will host the second annual Engineering Technology Open House for high school students enrolled in college courses, April 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 34th annual Crystal Crest Awards will honor outstanding Weber State University students, faculty and staff in Academy Awards style in the Shepherd Union Ballroom on April 23 at 7 p.m.
Weber State University officials expect the class of 2015-16 to total more than 5,406 graduates who will be honored April 29 during WSU’s 147th commencement.
John Mull, from WSU’s Department of Zoology, and Paul Schvaneveldt, from the Department of Child & Family Studies, will officially be recognized during Weber State’s 147th commencement ceremony April 29.