Native and Indigenous Peoples Land Acknowledgement

Weber State University was built on the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Northwest Band of Shoshone. These lands have also served as a site of gathering and exchange for the Fremont, Goshute, Paiute, Shoshone, Ute and other Native and Indigenous Peoples. We recognize and honor their past and ongoing care for this land, as well as their traditional knowledge rooted in this place. Utah is home to 8 federally-recognized tribes and Weber State University values the sovereign relationships that exist between tribal governments, state governments, and the federal government. We acknowledge the contributions of individuals from various backgrounds in shaping our nation’s foundations. We honor their labor, sacrifices and resilience as we strive for a just future. We commit to collaborate with and serve Indigenous communities throughout Utah through our core strategic themes of access, learning, and community.

Native American Student Association (NASA)


The Native American Student Association (NASA) is a student-run club that organizes activities and events that honor the beauty of Native American cultures. NASA aims to provide quality opportunities through academic and extracurricular experiences that encourage Native student engagement within the university and community.