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iWeber State University is ranked among The Princeton Review’s Best West Colleges, Forbes’ Best Value Colleges and U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Universities in the West.
Enrollment for fall 2018 was 29,644.
Fall 2018 enrollment by county of origin consisted of: 43% from Davis, 31% from Weber, 6% from Salt Lake, 2% from Box Elder, 10% from other Utah counties, 7 percent from outside Utah and 1 percent international
Degrees distributed in 2018-19 consisted of 47.6% associate’s degrees, 43.6% bachelor’s degrees, 5.9% master’s degrees and 2.9% certificates.
WSU has reduced its natural gas consumption by 32% and its electricity consumption by 30 percent while the university has grown by more than 536,115 square feet. (As of fiscal year 2019, when compared to a 2007 baseline).
WSU has more than 225 degree programs
Weber State’s top 10 degree programs (degrees awarded for academic years 2015 through 2019) are: Nursing: 3,657, School of Computing: 1,359, Radiologic Sciences: 1,182, Business Administration: 1,085, Professional Sales: 925, Health Administrative Services: 808, Medical Laboratory Sciences: 770, Manufacturing & Systems Engineering: 723, Health Promotion & Human Performance: 636, Criminal Justice: 624
GI Jobs Magazine and Military Advanced Education recognized Weber State as a military friendly school.image text: student t0 faculty ratio is 21 to 1
176 student athletes earned academic all-conference honors in 2017 to 2018, a six year high
79 percent of faculty have terminal degrees.
WSU saved $1,983,761 on its electric, natural gas and water bills in fiscal year 2019 The median graduate salary is $53,032 based on fifth year median wages.
$10,222,281 was gifted to WSU in 2019. WSU provided more than $92 million in scholarships and financial aid to 13,415 students for the 2018-19 academic year.
Weber State University was named to The Princeton Review’s Guide to 399 Green Colleges: 2019 Edition, the Sierra Club’s 2019 Cool Schools list and The Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA list.
WSU has 16 graduate programs including the new Doctor of Nursing Practice.