The College of Science offers cutting edge facilities which promote STEM education. We hope you take the opportunity to visit each of the facilities.
We eagerly anticipate the future potential of science and mathematics student achievement in Weber State University's new Tracy Hall Science Center. Tracy Hall Science Center is fittingly named in honor of two local families that have enjoyed a long legacy with WSU.
The Museum of Natural Science is an educational facility available to students in elementary and secondary schools, college students, and members of the community. It is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except on holidays. It's an excellent destination for field trips, for which afternoons are encouraged. You're welcome to come for your own self-guided tour anytime during business hours. Please call (801) 626-6159 if you have any questions.
The Planetarium, featuring a 30-foot hemispherical dome, is used for instruction in undergraduate astronomy classes. It is also a science education facility featuring programs of interest to elementary students, secondary students, and the general public. For the general public, a program featuring some topic of current interest in astronomy is given one evening a week.