Housed within the Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement are individual centers created to provide independent and dynamic interactions with the goal of encouraging and celebrating you and your peers.
As of 2023, Weber State University is restructuring how we serve our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students with a cultural center model, which will foster belonging, support cultural identity and encourage student leadership. Check back regularly as we continue to grow to serve our students even better. Until each center is open, we will continue to support students in the Student Services Center (SC 150).
The Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement houses six Area Councils, student-run organizations with constituency seats in the WSU student senate. Each council represents the needs and concerns of minority groups on campus. Student senators attend and participate in student senate meetings as well as act as heads of their respective Area Councils. Contact the senator or president of the Area Council you want to join.
For more information on the Area Councils please visit the Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement at the Student Services Building Suite 150 or call 801-626-7006.