Access and Diversity

Dr. Enrique Romo
Executive Director for Access and Diversity
Student Services Suite 151

      Weber State University’s core themes of Access, Learning, and Community reflect our institutional commitment to provide the best educational, cultural, and economic opportunities to uplift our region and the community in which we live, work, and play.
      To that end, the Office of Access and Diversity, under the Vice President for Student
Affairs, provides oversight and leadership to various departments that directly support
our institutional core themes through pre-college outreach programs, transition support, community partnerships, university-wide programming, leadership development, and retention efforts to create an inclusive and welcoming co-curricular environment for all students with a particular emphasis upon historically underrepresented populations. 
      Access and Diversity empowers under-represented students – who are often low income, first in their family to attend college, and come from ethnically diverse backgrounds – to enroll and eventually complete a college degree. Through our programs and initiatives, including campus, community and K-12 partnerships, we help students realize that college is, in fact, within reach. We do this because Weber State University is committed to providing access to higher education opportunities and increasing student enrollment that reflect the local demographic diversity.
      The mission of Access and Diversity is to increase higher education access, persistence, and graduation rates for underrepresented students. Our work is grounded on the belief that education can transform lives for the betterment of individuals and society.

      Please visit our offices and get to know us. If you can’t come to campus, our Website will provide you with information about our work, our events, and our students!

Upcoming Events

  • Dec 5 - A&D Quarterly Meeting
  • Dec 14 - A&D Holiday Party

Student Spotlights

Student Spotlight: Shai anne 

"I discovered the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) as a junior and it turned out to be one of the most valuable resources I found on campus. I always had a place to go to in order to find resources, talk about academics, and seek advice"... Read More


Student Spotlight: Eddie

"I had a very positive experience with the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME). The staff truly believed in me and encouraged me to take on many opportunities. I'm very grateful for their guidance and support." ... Read More


Student Spotlight: Andrea

"The Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) was a critical component to my college experience and ultimately my success in graduating. As a freshmen, I got involved with a student organization under the CME called the Hispanic Area Council (HAC)." ... Read More


Student Spotlight: Jordan

"I found the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) my second year at Weber State and I remember the huge difference it made in my college experience. I never felt like I had an advisor I could go and talk to until I went to the CME." ... Read More


Student Spotlight: Genesis

"I learned about the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) through my older sister. She informed me how the CME helps with scholarships and advising. I applied for a scholarship my freshman year in college. Later, I was awarded a scholarship with them my sophomore year and that’s where everything began." ... Read More


DACA / Undocumented Student Resources


We are committed to addressing incidents that impact our campus climate. Please report incidents to WSUPD immediately.


IME BECAS is a new scholarship opportunity for first-generation college students who are not FAFSA eligible. For more information and to view the application, please visit WSU Undocumented website.


WSU Multicultural Youth Conference Scholarship Application (Up to four, $500 scholarships to be awarded!)
Open to any high school senior attending the 2017 Multicultural Youth Conference at WSU, December 19, 2017 who will be enrolling at Weber State University in Fall 2018. 
Deadline to enter is December 11, 2017.

Norman C. & Barbara L. Tanner Housing Scholarship

Students who identify as an ethnic/racial minority, and are an incoming freshman may qualify for the Norman C. & Barbara L. Tanner Housing Scholarship. Please download the scholarship application.


Dr. Romo is the institutional representative for HACU. Please visit the A&D office at SC 150 for more info or visit to apply.