HIEEs for Students
High Impact Educational Experiences (HIEEs) transform not only your education but also your personal and professional development.
At Weber State University, you will find HIEEs embedded in courses and in co-curricular experiences outside of the classroom. These experiences are marked in the class schedule and on GivePulse, the student engagement platform. Here is your key to know what they mean:
CEL: Community Engaged Learning
CRE: Undergraduate Research
GLB: Global Learning Experiences
INT & CDEV: Internship & Career Development
MENT: Peer Mentor/Tutor
Participating in high impact educational experiences (HIEEs) will help you:
- feel more engaged with peers, faculty and staff at Weber State University;
- learn, retain, and apply knowledge;
- complete your degree with experience you can list on your resume; and
- develop transferable skills [NACE competencies] that you can apply in your personal, academic and professional lives.
Did you know that HIEEs will show up on your transcript too? HIEEs set you apart from your peers because employers and graduate programs will see on your transcript that you have been engaged in learning experiences beyond those that occur only in the classroom.
HIEEs have helped my grow and figure out what I want to do as my profession but also helped me grow as a person and have a good time and meet new people.
Incentives for Participating in HIEEs
The Wildcat Advantage Program is designed to help you get involved and be rewarded for participating in at least two high impact educational experiences before you graduate.
You can earn up to $1500 for participating in the HIEEs Pay program truly earning you a Wildcat advantage.
You can also earn a colorful braided graduation cord, learn how to demonstrate your skills in an e-Portfolio, and be recognized in the commencement program by completing just two HIEEs. There are opportunities to “level up” for more benefits when you complete more than 2 HIEEs.
Learn more about the Wildcat Advantage program and get started today!