Facts & Figures

$164,392,217.21: The amount raised through the Dream 125 campaign

$1.7 million: The amount WSU saved in fiscal year 2015 through sustainability projects and programs

Weber State University was named '2016 great college to work for' by the Chronicle of Higher Education

  • Fall 2015 enrollment by county of origin: Weber: 31.55%; Davis: 39.37%; Salt Lake: 6.18%; Other Utah: 13.54%; Outside Utah: 8.06%; International: 1.3%
    144 Student-athletes earned academic all-conference honors in 2015-16
  • More than 225 degree programs
    25,955 fall 2015 enrollment
    In 2015-16, WSU provided more than $92 million in scholarships & financial aid to more than 13,150 students
  • Distribution of graduates' 2015-16 degrees & awards: Bachelor's Degrees 48.72%; Associate's Degrees: 44.09%; Certificates: 2.22%; Master's Degrees: 4.97%
    WSU has been named to the president's higher education community service honor roll for 10 consecutive years
    14 master's degree programs, with the recent addition of the Master of Science in Respiratory Therapy
  • Weber State University ranked among: U.S. News & World Report's Best Regional Universities in the West, College Choice's Best Western Regional Universities, Washington Monthly's Best Colleges for Adult Learners, The Princeton Review's Best Western Colleges
    Student to faculty ration: 21:1