The Office of Access & Diversity and all programs under A&D, are currently OPEN and operating on a limited basis. Our space, SC150 and new student space, SC155 are open on a limited capacity. 

In Office Hours

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  • Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (PLEASE NOTE: Each Counselor has a different work schedule- please check appointment hours by Completing the Form (see below)
  • Make an appointment with an advisor: Complete Form | 801-626-7006 (leave a message) |

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Please call 801-626-7006 or email with any questions or concerns. Please leave a message and allow 24 hours for a response.

Thank you!


  • Access & Diversity Town Hall Recording that was held on June 13, 2020, focusing on DACA & the Supreme Court, is available to view. 
  • Virtual Hangout, we have gone digital! Schedule an appointment with your CME Advisor online!
  • January Pasifika Youth Talk Series:
    • Join us for our first Pasifika Youth Talk Series on Thursday, January 28 from 7-8 pm via Zoom.  Student leaders of The Ohana Association are excited to provide helpful tips on "Navigating School Through the Pandemic". 
    • This Talk Series is a fun, engaging opportunity for 7th through 12th graders to continue connecting with current Pacific Islander college students and professionals statewide.  It's a great way to continue to provide support, information, and resources to you to best support your journey in accessing higher education especially during these unprecedented times of COVID-19 and working on a virtual platform.  This Series is open and free for any student (7th through 12th grade) to attend.  Please register to receive the Zoom link information.

2019-20 Level Up CME Leadership Award Recipients

Despite current circumstances with COVID-19 and the cancellation of the 2020 CME Level Up Leaders Conference, the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) is proud to announce the 2019-20 CME Level Up Leadership Award recipients. These student leaders were voted by their peers because they have made a profound impact on the members of their CME area councils (AAHi, AIC, ASIA, HAC, TOA, and WSU Ballet Folklorico) and Weber State University. These individuals recognized for this award have exemplified leadership and credibility throughout his/her/their role as a student member of these student organizations. In addition, these students have displayed incredible levels of leadership, drive, and conviction. Please join us in celebrating these amazing leaders. Congratulations!   

Meltia Hickman

African American Heritage Initiative (AAHi)

Bessie Pettigrew

American Indian Council (AIC)

Christian Phomsouvanh

Asian Student Involvement Association (ASIA)

Kathleen Nunez

Hispanic Area Council (HAC)

Finau Tauteoli

The Ohana Association (TOA)

Rosa Rodriguez

WSU Ballet Folklórico


For More Information on Center For Multicultural Experience