Find Your Community & Your Connection to Weber!
Join us for weekly virtual and in-person events and activities the first four weeks of school!
2020 Wildcat Welcome will be August 22 - September 19
Find Virtual and In-Person Services & Engagement Opportunities for Fall 2020
Fall 2020 will be a mix of online and small in-person services, events, classes and engagement opportunities. Find what you need to succeed in this new mixed environment and stay connected to your WSU community!
American Indian Council (AIC)
The purpose of the American Indian Council is to provide a cultural resource regarding American Indians for the University and the community. Provide a mechanism to facilitate solutions to American Indian student issues and challenges and to be open to ideas and suggestions.
For more information, contact Tashina Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Scholars United (BSU)
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
For more information, contact Ryan Wash at email@example.com
The Ohana Association (TOA)
The Ohana Association (TOA) is organized to address issues concerning those of Pacific Island backgrounds, educate people about the diverse Pacific heritages and traditions, as well as recruit, retain, and graduate fellow students.
For more information, contact Lulu Latu at firstname.lastname@example.org
Latinos in Action (LIA) Club
Preparing Latino’s at Weber State University to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness.
For more information, contact Brandon Dominguez at email@example.com
-- Your WSUSA Reps Encourage You To Get Involved! --
Student Body President
“I wear a mask to protect and respect my fellow wildcats.”
Legislative Vice President
“Contact your WSUSA reps to stay connected. We are walking resource banks for wildcats!”
Activities Vice President
“Stay connected by checking your student email, following Weber State social media, and touching base with friends.”
Miguel Gonzalez Quintanilla
Diversity & Unity Vice President
“I wear a mask for the benefit of myself and others. It's a team project to slow down the virus and I want to do my part to slow down the spread.”
Service Vice President
"Getting involved opens so many doors to new opportunities and experiences you wouldn't get otherwise!"
Clubs & Orgs Vice President
"Getting involved gives you a sense of belonging and creates an environment of support while you go to school."
Raven S. Uribe
Leadership Vice President
"Getting involved can help you discover more about yourself and lead you to some amazing opportunities!"
Davis Campus Vice President
"Stay involved on campus this year by participating in WSU social distancing activities!"
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