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Last updated: May 3, 2021 — (8 a.m. MDT)


Summer 2021 courses are being offered in a range of formats designed to meet ongoing social distancing requirements related to COVID-19. This includes face to face, hybrid, online and virtual courses. Check out examples of different course delivery options to see what courses may look like.

Virtual learning support is available. If students have a disability requiring alternative accommodations, please work through the Disability Services Center. If technology is a challenge for you, we encourage you to take advantage of the WSU offer for computer or hotspot checkouts

The Testing Services website includes the most current information about test center availability.

No study abroad trips will occur during summer 2021.

Safety and COVID-19 Testing

Weber State University is offering randomized surveillance testing, as well as symptomatic and non-symptomatic testing for students, faculty and staff. You will receive an email if you are selected to be part of the randomized surveillance testing. The goal is to help WSU monitor the spread of the virus on campus.

If you are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms but would like to get tested, you may fill out the COVID test request form and select the day you will be tested. This form must be completed the day before getting tested. We will not be accepting walk up appointments. Testing times are on the testing and safety page, along with other testing information.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, fill out the self-reporting form. Tests are available free for all students. All individuals coming to campus must comply with on-campus mitigation strategies.

Social distancing and face coverings will be used on campus. Extensive cleaning procedures are also in place.

For questions about safety precautions in student housing, please visit our Housing and Resident Life website. 

Testing FAQ

Why it is important to protect others?

If you've been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms, self-reporting is an important tool to help the university track COVID-19 cases and let others know if they need to take steps to help protect their safety. If you have tested positive or been exposed to someone who did, and you’ve been on campus in the last 14 days, please self report.

Will students be penalized in any way? What about confidentiality?

We're all in this together. Anyone can get COVID-19. It's nothing to be ashamed of. People will understand and work with you. And above all else, when you self report, your information is kept confidential. A representative from the university will contact you to see how you are doing, and ask for information on people and places you may have come in contact with, but your personal identity will NOT be shared with others.

What about classes and professors?

Worried about missing class or an important assignment? Relax. Your professors will understand and work with you so you don't fall behind in class. We are here to support you. We want you to succeed.


All those with a valid A permit may park in any of the A lots for the 2021 summer semester. Regular parking enforcement on all lots will resume Aug. 17.

All those with a valid Dee Events Center permit may park on campus in the W4 or W5 lots (north of the stadium) or catch the shuttle from University Village.

Those students needing to access WiFi from a parking lot may park at the south end of the W4 lot. Students must turn off the vehicle and must remain in the vehicle. Vehicles parked in the lot without an occupant must have a valid parking permit.

The shuttle service from the Dee Events Center has been discontinued. Shuttle service will continue from the University Village Community Center to the library, Monday–Friday 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Shuttle service will run every 15 minutes.