Emotional Wellness is the ability to identify, manage and appropriately express a wide range of feelings. An emotionally well person pays attention to their thoughts, feelings and behaviors and can react to them in a positive and constructive manner. They possess a sense of humor, a positive self-image and a generally positive attitude toward life. An emotionally well person copes well with stress and negative emotions and is able to grow and learn from life’s challenges, seeking help from others, when needed.
Counseling and Psychological Services Center
Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, academic or career uncertainty, identity confusion, loneliness, grief, or other concerns, the WSU Counseling & Psychological Services Center can help.
Stress Relief Center
The Stress Relief Center has been designed to give you a large number of effective tools that work to reduce your stress and help you feel a lot better.
The Women's Center serves WSU students as well as women in the community. Through different programs such as Single Moms Support and various conferences the center works to advocate, educate and empower women.
Counseling Center Groups
Offers interactive and educational group discussion on a variety of topics including relaxation/meditation and coping skills.
Clubs and Groups
The purpose of clubs and organizations are to assist in developing new leadership skills. Students involved outside of the classroom typically have more success inside the classroom. There is sure to be a group for you!
Student Involvement and Leadership
Promotes the development of the whole student through co-curricular opportunities, leadership experiences, and community involvement in an inclusive environment.
Each season Weber State Cultural Affairs features public performances and educational residencies of artistic excellence in a diverse range of disciplines.
The Performing Arts Department puts on events throughout the school year that include dance, music, and theater.
The Diversity Center develops a neutral ground for all students and staff to learn about diversity through a series of informative programs that expose them to each other, regardless of their age, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or physical qualities.
International Student Center
Advises and assists international students with their personal, cultural, and academic adjustment to WSU. An orientation program is provided for all new international students each semester. Advisement is available to assist students concerning immigration related questions and concerns.
Multicultural Student Center
The Multicultural Student Center promotes a strong campus sense of common community and aids students in building essential skills for independent critical thinking and self-determination through in and out of classroom experiences. The Multicultural Student Center also provides educational efforts to promote multicultural sensitivity, awareness, competency, and understanding.
Nontraditional Student Center
Support for nontraditional students who are over 25, married, divorced, widowed, or who are parents with academic and personal goals; provide a common place for students to meet and build support networks; offer educational and social programs, resources, and referral services to create an environment of support to help you be successful.
Services for Veteran Students
Helps students who may be eligible to receive GI Bill benefits for their education through the process of eligibility, admissions, registration, and paying for their education.
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