Spiritual Wellness involves the values and beliefs that give us a sense of purpose in life. Different people may define spirituality in different ways – and that’s okay! A spiritually well person has a sense of purpose and meaning, feels at peace with their actions and interactions and balances their inner needs with the needs of the world around them. However one chooses to define it, whether religious or secular, spiritual wellness provides each individual with the inner capacity to cope with life’s challenges and ultimately overcome them.
WSU ResourcesWSU Prayer Room
Across from the fireplace lounge, Student Union Room 214 is open for prayers during union hours. Contact Union Scheduling to access (801-626-7871 or email@example.com)
The Relaxation/Meditation Group helps participants deeply relax as they take part in a 45-minute guided relaxation/meditation using a variety of techniques.
Clubs and Groups
There are clubs and groups for students to get involved, don’t find one you like? Start a one of your own! There are many religious and philosophical clubs.
Newman Catholic Student Center
The Catholic Student Center is available to support your spiritual growth and exploration through providing a place to make new friends, enrich your faith, study and relax.
Ogden Institute of Religion
Founded by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the institute is to open to all young adults. See website for classes, services and activities.
Aimed at relaxation and connecting mind and body.
Each season Weber State Cultural Affairs features public performances and educational residencies of artistic excellence in a diverse range of disciplines.
The Performing Arts Department puts on events throughout the school year that include dance, music, and theater. Many performances are free or discounted for students.