All WSU faculty, staff, and students must create a Wildcat username and password in order to access the eWeber portal and other Weber services. Your Wildcat Account will be used for many things including:
Create Your Account
To create your username for the first time, access the Get Your Wildcat Username page. Your Wildcat username will be assigned to you which is generally your first and last name (e.g. WaldoWildcat). Usernames are not case-sensitive.
Manage Your Password
The eWeber portal provides 24-hour access to many Weber State services and is a primary mode of communication between the University and you. For an intro to eWeber, check out the eWeber Portal Guide. You can access eWeber from any device that has an internet connection by going to: www.weber.edu
For mobile devices, check out our Weber State Mobile app.
Every Wildcat Account includes access to a University email address through which you will get official WSU electronic information. University email addresses come in two forms:
Student Wildcat Mail
- Email address: YourUsername@mail.weber.edu
- Landing page: mail.weber.edu
- Direct access: wildcat.mail.weber.edu
Note that new email accounts can take an extra business day to be created after a new Wildcat Account is created.
All University email services are hosted by Google Gmail and include access to other Google services such as Google Calendar to organize your schedule and Google Drive to store your files in the cloud.
If you require assistance or have further questions, please contact the IT Service Desk.
KNOW YOUR W-NUMBER (W#)
Your W# is not the same as your Wildcat username. Your W# is a private 8-digit identity number that never changes which Weber State uses to identify you in administrative databases.
Most systems will ask for your Wildcat username instead of your W# although some services like Testing Centers will require your W#.
To find your W#:
- Log in to the eWeber portal at www.weber.edu
- Click your account picture in the upper-right
- Select Show W#