Weber State University provides associate, baccalaureate and master degree programs in liberal arts, sciences, technical and professional fields. Encouraging freedom of expression and valuing diversity, the university provides excellent educational experiences for students through extensive personal contact among faculty, staff and students in and out of the classroom. Through academic programs, research, artistic expression, public service and community-based learning, the university serves as an educational, cultural and economic leader for the region.
Weber State University (WSU) is a comprehensive public university authorized to operate and confer degrees under Utah Code section 53B-6-101 et seq and its mission and roles are governed by Utah State Board of Regents policy 312. The university's mission is approved by the Weber State University Board of Trustees (January, 2011) and the Utah State Board of Regents (May, 2011).
Vision and Values
Tradition: For more than five decades, Weber State University has successfully pursued a dual mission by offering a wide-range of baccalaureate and graduate programs while meeting regional community college needs.
Our vision is for Weber State University to be the national model for a dual-mission university that integrates learning, scholarship and community.