Weber State University plans to offer students a more traditional higher education experience for fall semester 2021. The majority of classes will be held in the classroom.
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Weber State University is gearing up for a fall semester that promises to be brighter than ever after meeting and overcoming many of the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tawna Halbert, a dance movement therapist, dance collective founder and Weber State graduate, describes her profession as helping people get back into their bodies.
WSUs Community Education team provides many unique and entertaining courses to appeal to a wide range of interests. The courses will include one-night only and weeklong options.
Election officials from 14 counties in Utah are enrolled in the new VOTE Certification program offered through WSU's Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics & Public Service at Weber State University.
Project Success Coalition is partnering with Weber State University and other organizations to present Utahs 32nd Juneteenth Freedom & Heritage Festival.
Weber States fitness trail east of the university, originally called the Par Course, is getting an overhaul with support from Ogden City. On June 3, 4 and 5.
WSU Department of Child and Family Studies professor Paul Schvaneveldt will research and teach as a Fulbright Scholar in Latin America at Universidad de los Andes.
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