Last updated: June 22, 2020 — (11:35 a.m. MDT)
The only possible change to course delivery format would occur if the state or region changes back to Moderate or High Risk Phase. If that happens, the current plan would be to move on-campus courses to virtual or online.
Social distancing and face coverings will be used on campus. Extensive cleaning procedures are also in place.
For questions about safety precautions in student housing this fall, please visit our Housing and Resident Life website.
For the fall semester, Weber Dining will open all dining locations in the Shepherd Union, Tracy Hall and Stewart Wasatch Hall.
All dining employees will have a short health screening prior to working and will be wearing masks while serving food. Tables will be placed to allow for social distancing, among other health and safety precautions.
Fall course offerings will include in-person, online, virtual and hybrid classes. Confused? We have more info regarding course delivery methods.
If you have already enrolled in classes for fall, you do not need to change your schedule. It will be automatically updated. Watch your student account for emails in the coming weeks that will let you know if the delivery format of any of your courses is changing. Those emails should arrive no later than July 17.
Weber State is committed to providing an affordable education. Course pricing will remain the same regardless of delivery method. Use our price calculator to see how much your tuition will cost.
The Testing Services website includes the most current information about test center availability.
For questions regarding financial aid, check out the CARES Act FAQ page.
Virtual learning support is available. If students have a disability requiring alternative accommodations, please work through the Disability Services Center. If technology is a challenge for you, we encourage you to take advantage of the WSU offer for computer or hotspot checkouts.
Visit the study abroad web page to find out about the status of any trips.
2020 Spring commencement has been rescheduled for Aug. 29.