Coronavirus FAQ

Do I have to wear a mask?

No, but Weber State continues to welcome face coverings.

Employees who have concerns or need to request accommodations should contact their immediate supervisor or Human Resources. Students who are concerned about these changes should contact their instructors or email Students with a need for accommodations should contact Disability Services.

What if I test positive for COVID-19?

Please fill out the self-reporting form. By law, Weber State is required to report positive tests to the health department. We will also be sharing that information with our campus contact tracers. Otherwise, your information will remain private and kept confidential.

What do classes look like? Are there still virtual options?

Much more like the fall semester pre-pandemic, Weber State is offering a variety of face-to-face and virtual classes.

What about campus housing? 

We are assigning students to regular occupancy. In the case of University Village, this means that there will be four students per apartment. For all other questions about on campus housing, please visit our Housing and Residence Life website.

What about athletics?

Athletics has resumed competition. Visit the athletics website for more information.

Is the Student Health Center open?

The Weber State Student Health Center is open but not offering COVID tests.

Will my concurrent enrollment class be held?

All decisions regarding the cancellation of concurrent enrollment courses will be made by the high schools that host them.

Are campus tours for prospective students allowed?

While in-person tours are available, admissions counselors are also hosting virtual admission information sessions at Additionally, future Wildcats are encouraged to participate in our virtual campus tour at

Is the Weber Cares Food Pantry open? 

Yes, the Weber Cares Food Pantry is open.