2008-2009 Student Affairs Annual Report

Student Accomplishments

  • Twelve student tutors with Academic Support Centers and Programs and three undergraduate practicum students with the Counseling and Psychological Services Center presented at state, regional, and international conferences.
  • Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) had 12 students participate in the Federal Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities this summer. Eleven of these internships were at Hill Air Forces Base and one was located in Virginia.
  • Student Government coordinated a Voter Registration drive September 29 – October 3 and registered approximately 600 new voters.
  • Hamad Alyami, WSU Saudi Club president, established a Saudi Club with the regional Saudi Cultural Mission where he is also the president. Hamad has made arrangements for a conference at WSU where the Saudi Arabian Cultural Attaché will attend. The conference will include students from all the universities in Utah, Idaho, and Nevada.
  • The Weber State Billiards team qualified for Nationals held in Chicago in winter 2009.
  • Weber State had two athletes named as Academic All Americans for Bowling.
  • Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) finished their campus tobacco policy recommendations report and presented these documents to President's Council.
  • Ariana Escalante was selected as the Civically Engaged Student at the 2009 Annual Statewide Recognition Event. This recognition comes from the Utah Campus Compact housed in Salt Lake City Utah.
  • Billy Rutter, the chair for Habitat for Humanity for the VIP program, was one of four students honored in this state wide search. As a runner-up to Utah’s 2009 Young Humanitarian Award, Billy received $1000. Billy helped organize Homeless Awareness Week and founded the Freedom Riders, a therapeutic program for children with cerebral palsy.
  • Carina Maughan, the student director of service at WSU Davis, set up a 5K Run Fundraiser which raised $1,700 for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation and drew 97 participants and 20 community sponsors.
  • The WSU Environmental Club set a world record on Earth Day for planting 180 trees in one hour within the Ogden community.
  • Ten student tutors with Academic Support Centers and Programs and 3 undergraduate practicum students with the Counseling and Psychological Services Center presented at state, regional, and international conferences.
  • Weber State had two athletes named as Academic All Americans for Bowling.
  • Ten representatives from the WSU Student Senate attended the American Student Government Association national conference in Washington, DC from September 24-28.
  • Twenty one tutors earned some level of national certification through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).
  • The first group of students was inducted into the National Society of Leadership & Success here at Weber State University.
  • Eight students participated in the Student Support Services Advisory Board. The Board created and implemented a student leadership conference for SSS students from around the state of Utah. Fifty students attended this inaugural conference.

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