Weber State is offering a variety of face-to-face and virtual classes. Check out examples of different course delivery options to see what courses may look like. Student expectations include following virus mitigation protocols and assessing for COVID-19 symptoms before coming to campus.
Members of the campus community who test positive for COVID-19 are encouraged to self-report using our online form.
Please wear masks while on campus and be considerate of those around you.
COVID vaccines are still strongly recommended but are no longer required.
Students who are concerned or have questions should email COVID19@weber.edu. Students with a need for accommodations should contact Disability Services. For questions about safety precautions in student housing, please visit our Housing and Resident Life website.
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.
Testing Centers are open at all locations. Proctorio will remain an option for off-site test-taking. The decision on how any exam will proceed is made by the instructor, who may assign an online Proctorio test through ChiTester or Canvas. Please remember that Testing Centers and Proctorio both require current photo identification (Wildcard, driver's license, passport or military identification). The Testing Services website includes the most current information about test center availability.
Computer Labs are also open. Please visit the Computer Labs website for locations and hours of operation. We also have laptops, mobile hotspots and webcams available for checkout through the Computer Labs and the Stewart Library. Learn more and check out devices.
Visit the Student Affairs Resources page for a list of departments, hours and how they can assist you.