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Screen reader friendly text version of the 2019 Annual Report Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

iWeber State University is ranked among The Princeton Review’s Best West Colleges, Forbes’ Best Value Colleges and U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Universities in the West.
Enrollment for fall 2019 was 29,644.
Fall 2019 enrollment by county of origin consisted of: 43% from Davis, 31% from Weber, 6% from Salt Lake, 2% from Box Elder, 10% from other Utah counties, 7 percent from outside Utah and 1 percent international
Degrees distributed in 2019-20 consisted of 46.3% associate’s degrees, 45% bachelor’s degrees, 5.9% master’s degrees and 2.9% certificates.
Weber State is on track to become Carbon Neutral by 2040
WSU has more than 225 degree programs
Weber State’s top 10 degree programs (degrees awarded for academic years 2016 through 2020) are: Nursing, School of Computing, Radiologic Sciences, Professional Sales, Health Administrative Services, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Criminal Justice, Accounting/Taxation, Business Administration
Ranked among college factual's top colleges for veterans
image text: student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1
174 student athletes earned academic all-conference honors in 2019-20
80 percent of faculty have terminal degrees.
WSU saved $2,298,775 on its electric, natural gas and water bills in fiscal year 2020 The mean graduate salary is $54,475 based on fifth year median wages.
$9,287,793 was gifted to WSU in 20020. WSU provided more than $92 million in scholarships and financial aid to 13,519 students and $3.7 million in private scholarships to 1,960 recipients for the 2019-20 academic year.
WSU has 16 graduate programs including the new Doctor of Nursing Practice.
Weber State University was named to Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus higher education list.
Nationally recognized for low student debt.