Weber State University was founded by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as the Weber Stake Academy in 1889. "Weber" comes from the name of the county where the university is located. Weber County was named after John Henry Weber, an early fur trader.
Weber State University offers more than 250 certificate and degree programs in the performing arts, visual arts, humanities, science, applied science and technology, business and economics, education, social and behavioral sciences and the health professions. Master's degrees are offered in accounting, athletic training, business administration (MBA), professional communication, computer engineering, criminal justice, education, English, radiologic sciences, health administration, nursing and taxation.
The mission of the Weber State University Sustainability Practices and Research Center is to inform and educate WSU students, faculty, staff and the local and statewide community in order to ensure the sustainability of our region and our world for future generations.
WSU Career Services offers career counseling, resume reviews, mock interviews , and employment advising to help students successfully enter the workforce .
Our Career Library has an extensive collection of information on:
We also have a collection of computers to give you internet access to the best job-searching websites and career-related material. If you need help navigating your career search, you can set up an appointment with one of our fabulous Career Counselors. Call 801-626-6393 and we will be happy to assist you.
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The Weber State wireless network is available for use by Faculty, Staff, and Students. Limited access is provided for visitors via our guest wireless network.
The mission of the Weber State University Student Health Centers is to provide quality, cost effective health services including:
Weber State University sits along the east bench of the Wasatch Mountains in Ogden, Utah. The Dee Events Center is located about 1 mile south from campus. There is an additional campus located in Davis County, Utah, and two centers located in Morgan, Utah and Roy, Utah. In addition to its physical locations, Weber State University has been a pioneer in the development of online education for the Utah System of Higher Education. Weber State's Ogden campus covers more than 500 acres, houses 63 buildings and features residence halls that accommodate more than 1,000 students. The Davis campus has two buildings, which host more than 300 classes per semester.
WSUSA has a two-fold purpose: to represent the concerns, needs and desires of the student body, and to assist in the development of students. WSUSA is the University's official representative for all fee paying students and is committed to aggressively pursuing comprehensive internal and external student representation. WSUSA acknowledges dissimilar opinions by attempting to achieve a broad-based representation. WSUSA provides and supports programming and activities designed to involve and enrich the student body. WSUSA provides students with a variety of services and opportunities for community interaction and co-curricular learning unique to a campus setting.
Weber State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Programs throughout the university are accredited as well.
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