Congratulations!

Weber proudly celebrates the graduation of more than 3,000 Wildcats.

Trailblazing Grad

"The things I picked up at Weber State ... are a big reason why I've been so successful."

Top Cat

Weber's Waldo the Wildcat captures the national mascot championship.

Care Leaders

Weber's innovative health care programs produce graduates who are ready to work right away.

WSU News

  • Dean Miner Selected as Provost
    Dean Miner Selected as Provost

    Madonne Miner, dean of WSU's Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, has been named provost of the university. The WSU Board of Trustees approved the selection at its monthly meeting held Tuesday.

  • WSU Student Named Newman Civic Fellow
    WSU Student Named Newman Civic Fellow

    The Newman Civic Fellow Awards honor students who demonstrate a commitment to solving problems in communities nationwide. Student Kristen Mitchell has been honored for her work establishing a youth shelter.

  • WSU Hosts STEM Courses for Junior High Students
    WSU Hosts STEM Courses for Junior High Students

    Weber State University will host 75 seventh graders for an academic enrichment course June 9-July 22. The program is designed to motivate students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

  • WSU’s Largest Graduating Class
    WSU’s Largest Graduating Class

    Weber State University officials expect the class of 2014-15 to total more than 5,337 graduates. So far 3,053 candidates have applied for spring graduation and will be honored May 1 during WSU’s 145th commencement.