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Higher Education, Lower Debt

As one of the most affordable universities in the U.S., Weber State University has a rising reputation for great return on investment. Here’s why:

Low Cost

We prioritize keeping tuition costs low: Our out-of-state tuition is often lower than in-state tuition in other states, while Utah’s strong job market gives our grads great opportunities.

High Reward

Within 3 months of graduation, 85% of Weber grads have full-time jobs and make an average starting salary of $51,600 per year.

Generous Aid

Every year, we award over $90 million in financial aid to nearly 14,000 students—not only making the cost even lower, but also making it possible for our students to graduate with little to no debt.


Our Students

Among Weber State’s 26,000+ students, you’ll find certificate-seekers, undergraduates and master’s degree candidates. You’ll also find a diverse population of local first-generation college students; high percentages of students who are married, have children, are working full time, commute to our campuses and centers, and receive financial aid; along with a growing number of out-of-state and international students. Today, we are proud to continue our legacy of opportunity, offering a quality education and personalized teaching at an affordable cost.


Weber State University: At a Glance


At Weber State, students not only find what they’re looking for academically — we have 225+ certificate and degree programs and 13 graduate programs — they also find professors who put teaching first. Our small classes give Wildcats big opportunities to discover their passions, research topics from anthropology to zoology and change the world through service learning.


We are nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Ogden, Utah — a vibrant and diverse city that has earned a national reputation as a great place to live, raise a family and do business. Northern Utah offers outdoor recreation activities for all four seasons, as well as world-class culture, arts and sports.

Arts & Culture

Our beautiful visual and performing arts venues allow students and acclaimed artists alike to showcase their creativity. The Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts hosts about 350 events and welcomes nearly 30,000 patrons annually, while the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery engages audiences through diverse programs and exhibitions.


Wildcat Athletics features 16 Division I NCAA teams. A charter member of the Big Sky Conference, our teams have claimed 11 regular-season titles and six conference tournament championships since 2012-13 — plus a top-5 national finish for football in 2017.

Economic Engine

Weber State enjoys deep ties to our community, our region and our state as an educator of the workforce, an idea generator and employer. Always looking to support local businesses, we work with companies to develop programs and degrees specific to their needs.

Facilities & Sustainability

Over the past decade, Weber State facilities have grown by 500,000+ square feet. While we’ve added beautiful new learning environments, we also have reduced our direct carbon footprint by 30% and are committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2050.