From its humble beginnings on 25th Street in downtown Ogden, Weber State University’s campus, facilities, and enrollment have grown exponentially. The Ogden campus now sits nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountains and is one of the most picturesque campuses in the western United States.
As enrollment has grown, the campus infrastructure has adapted to fit the needs of more and more students. In the past decade, the campus and community celebrated the grand openings of Elizabeth Hall, the Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning, the renovated Shepherd Union Building, Wildcat Village (a student housing complex), a second building at WSU Davis, the Wildcat Center for Health Education and Wellness, the Public Safety Building, Weber State Downtown, the Community Education Center, the Center for Continuing Education, as well as a renovated and expanded Weber County Sports Complex. In fall 2016, a new science building, the Tracy Hall Science Center, is set to open, providing an outstanding learning environment for students in science, technology, engineering, and math. 
The university also has three satellite centers in Kaysville, Morgan, and Roy, Utah. In total, WSU has 100 buildings on 503 acres of land.