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About WSU

Founded in 1889, Weber State University provides transformative educational experiences and high-quality degrees while serving the surrounding community in Utah.

WSU has been ranked highly by the Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Abound.
Fall 2023 student enrollment: 30,536
Most WSU students are from Utah’s Davis and Weber counties.
2022-23 degrees awarded: 47.1% associates, 37.6% bachelors, 8.6% certificates, 6.2% masters degrees & less than 1% doctoral degrees.
Weber State is on track to become carbon neutral by 2040.
WSU has more than 225 degree programs.
Top 5 Degree Areas: Nursing School of Computing, School of Radiologic Sciences, Professional Sales, Medical Laboratory Sciences
WSU has 101 registered student clubs & organizations
Student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1.
244 student-athletes earned academic All-Conference Honors in 2022-23.
80% of faculty have terminal degrees.
Gifts to WSU in fiscal year 2022 totaled more than $22 million.
WSU provided more than $90 million in scholarships and financial aid to 12,699 students 2022-23.
WSU saved over $21 million on utilities since 2010.
WSU has reduced natural gas, electricity and water consumption. Greenhouse gas emissions are also down.
Weber State has been a Princeton Review green college from 2017-2023.
WSU has 20 graduate degree programs.

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