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  • student“One of my greatest challenges in life has been loving and accepting myself. I love helping people see what they are capable of. Oftentimes, I forget to show myself this same compassion. This has helped me gauge how I can be better to those around me including myself. I look forward to cultivating an environment on campus where students know that they don't have to hide any part of themselves. I hope that by being myself, others will feel comfortable to be their complete selves.”


     

  • student

    “I had a peer mentor my freshman year. Because of her and the huge impact she made on my first year experience, it made me want to do that for other students in my Weber State community. I love how my peer mentoring job keeps me connected to campus and how I get to meet new individuals. Being involved at Weber State has helped me stay more connected with staff and faculty on campus, network with many other students, and stay motivated to keep my academics where I want and need them to be!” 
    weber.edu/mentors

  • student

    “One of my happiest moments so far has been that I graduated from high school because I didn’t think I would! My grandma pushed me to graduate. She helped me realize the importance of finishing high school and going on to college. I’m just working on generals right now, but I want to get a degree in psychology. When I took my first psychology class, I loved it and loved the atmosphere. I can help a lot of people with a psychology degree.”

  • student

    "I always recommend to anyone to utilize the counseling services Weber State has to offer. The services from the Counseling & Psychological Services Center have provided me with an extra level of support here at Weber State. They have given me a resource to help balance my responsibilities while maintaining good mental and emotional health. They provide group sessions that allow you to meet and hear from other students. It is so important to take care of yourself, and sometimes that means leaning on others.”
    weber.edu/counselingcenter

 

 

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