Environmental Wellness

environmental wellnessEnvironmental Wellness is the recognition of the interconnectedness between ourselves and the world around us. Both the natural environment (the air, water and land that surrounds us) and the environments we create (our homes, workplaces and communities) have significant impacts on our health and wellbeing. An environmentally well person recognizes their own responsibility towards their environment and strives to make a positive impact.

WSU Resources

Environmental Health & Safety
The goal of environmental health and safety is to provide health and safety services for people on an off campus. Some of the areas of focus include biosafety, hazardous materials, occupational safety and radiation safety.

Environmental Issues Committee
The Environmental Issues Committee is made up of faculty, staff, administrators, students and community members working together to increase awareness of environmental issues.

Take part in Weber State’s many environmental sustainability projects and academic programs. Additionally, learn new ways to reduce your carbon footprint and save energy.

Campus Recreation 
Campus Recreation provides club and intramural sports, fitness classes, fitness challenges and aquatics.

Campus Recreation - Outdoor Program
The WSU Outdoor program provides programs such as rock climbing, skiing, paddling, yurt adventures and much more!
Campus Police
The mission of the Weber State University Police Department in partnership with the campus community is to cultivate a safe and secure atmosphere which supports the educational process and promotes academic and personal achievement, and community prosperity.

UTA Ed Pass
Make an investment of $20.00 and have full access to all UTA systems including the bus, Front Runner and TRAX. Using an Ed pass will be contributing to a healthier environment by reducing emissions and can save you thousands of dollars.

Student Involvement and Leadership
Promotes the development of the whole student through co-curricular opportunities, leadership experiences, and community involvement in an inclusive environment.


Wildcat Center 210 | 801-626-7524 | studentwellness@weber.edu |