Weber State University is ranked among:

Fall 2019 enrollment by county of origin:

WSU provided more than $92 million in scholarships and financial aid to 13,519 students and $3.7 million in private scholarships to 1,955 recipients for the 2019-20 academic year.

Ranked among College Factual’s top colleges for veterans.

Weber State is on track to become carbon neutral by 2040, a decade ahead of our original goal.

The median graduate salary is $54,475, based on fifth-year median wages.

Distribution of degrees and awards for 2019-20:

WSU has 16 graduate degree programs, including the doctor of nursing practice.

WSU has more than 225 degree programs.

Gifts to WSU in fiscal year 2020 totaled $9,287,793.

WSU saw 174 academic all-Big Sky Conference honors.

WSU has reduced its natural gas consumption by 30 percent, its electricity consumption by 32 percent and its carbon footprint by 45 percent as of fiscal year 2019, when compared to a 2007 baseline. This is while the university has grown by more than 536,115 square feet.

WSU has saved $2,298,775 on its electric, natural gas and water bills in fiscal year 2020.

There were 29,644 students enrolled in fall 2019.

The Ogden-Clearfield Metro Area is among best metro areas for recent graduates to find a job, according to Frontier Business.

80 percent of WSU faculty have terminal degrees.

WSU has been nationally recognized by LendEDU for low student loan debt.

The student to faculty ratio is 21:1.

WSU has been named to the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus Higher Education List.

Top ten degree programs, a five-year total for degrees awarded in academic years 2016 through 2020. This list does not include General Studies, which Weber State students often use as a preparatory program for advanced degree programs. The total number of General Studies majors over the five year period is 6,365.