The Office of Access & Diversity is currently OPEN and operating Monday thru Friday. Our space, SC150 & new student space, SC155 are open and available for use. The Center for Multicultural Excellence is available for in-person & virtual appointments. Please check our other programs under A&D as each will have their own hours of operation. 

Holiday Hours:

  • School closure Dec 24-Jan 02

Office Hours:

  • Regular Hours (Monday - Friday): 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Wednesdays: 7 - 8 a.m. & 5 - 7 p.m.
    • Service offered during this time: Schedule with available Peer Assistant | Meet with an Advisor.
  • The Center for Multicultural Excellence is open & virtual for Fall 2021.
  • To make an appointment with an advisor: Schedule Appointment Online | 801-626-7006 (leave a message) |

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Warfield-Graham Emergency Fund

Priority Focus: African American Students

Byron Warfield-Graham was one of the organizing/charter members of the Black Student Union (BSU) at Weber State University in 1968-1969. Byron and his wife Audrey, have continued to support the Black Student Union aka Black Scholars United over the years. Their support includes a Byron Warfield-Graham Scholarship and this recently established (1/2019) Emergency Student Support Fund. The Emergency fund’s primary focus is to provide a helping hand for African American students during emergency situations that might interrupt their academic success.

This fund has been set up to provide up to $500 in emergency funds for students. The fund may be used for general purposes to help students facing a financial crisis beyond their control. Examples of fund use may include: providing a student's transportation home to attend a parent's funeral; helping a student pay for emergency medication; assisting a student in paying for a mammogram to establish a benchmark before starting chemotherapy; paying for the removal of an impacted wisdom tooth; helping with the cost of an automobile battery or similar so a student can make it to school; helping a student replace a stolen backpack with school supplies and calculator the week before finals, etc. Therefore the emergency fund does not cover the cost of tuition, books and rent. BSU will be involved in the administration of this fund. 

Steps to complete the online application:

  1. Fill out the Application Online
  2. Next, you will need to schedule an appointment through Starfish* with point person Ken Johnson.
    1. Once you click the link use the "Center for Multicultural Excellence" dropdown menu then choose "BWG Emergency Fund".

*If you are having issues, make sure you are logged into your eWeber portal and Starfish for it to work correctly.


 *Please see calendars for more details.


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My name is Patricia Anhinga Benally. I am Near the Water clan, born for the Folded Arms People, my maternal grandfather is the Salt clan, and my paternal grandfather is the Red House clan. Therefore, this embodies me as Navajo Woman. I am a senior at Weber State University in the Elementary Teacher Education program and minoring with an English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement. I am from Rock Point, Arizona currently residing in here in Northern Utah.
Currently, I hold the role as the Cultural Affairs specialist in the WSU American Indian Council, I co-host the AIC Indigenous Voices Radio Show every Monday from 1-2pm, previously I held leadership roles as the AIC President and as the WSU American Indian Senator.

Christian has displayed exemplary leadership qualities as president of the Asian Student Involvement Association (ASIA) and the Asian student’s senator. He has gone over and beyond his responsibilities within these leadership roles by making connections with other Asian student clubs/organizations within Weber State University and other peer institutions like the Asian American Student Association (AASA) at the University of Utah in order to better support and advocate for his fellow Asian student constituency here at Weber State University. He's been actively engaged with the Center for Multicultural Excellence and continues to be a great resource and example to his fellow peers.

My name is Brian Alfaro, I am a manufacturing engineering student with an emphasis in plastics and composite materials. I am the president for the Hispanic Area Council (HAC). I always advocate for learning and talent development whether it is through school or other means, education is always important. Here at HAC we help our Hispanic and Latin Community by offering support and resources to be successful here at Weber State.




For more information on Access & Diversity, contact:


Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Access & Diversity

PHONE: 801-626-7006
OFFICE: Student Services SC150

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