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Wildcat Welcome Blog Post
Welcome back for fall semester, Wildcats! To celebrate returning to in-person, Weber State wants to give you a warm Wildcat Welcome! There will be a wide variety of activities throughout the first four weeks of the fall semester. So get social, enjoy FREE food, and grab some WSU swag! Many departments have organized events to promote student involvement in the numerous extracurriculars offered at Weber State. I have highlighted a few of these events that will be taking place during the first few weeks of the semester. The following events are organized in chronological order. Remember to double-check the campus assigned to each event! Read More
Programs To Get Involved In
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WSU Student Association (WSUSA)
American Indian Council (AIC)
The purpose of the American Indian Council is to provide a cultural resource regarding American Indians for the University and the community. Provide a mechanism to facilitate solutions to American Indian student issues and challenges and to be open to ideas and suggestions.
For more information, contact Tashina Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Scholars United (BSU)
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
For more information, contact Ryan Wash at email@example.com
The Ohana Association (TOA)
The Ohana Association (TOA) is organized to address issues concerning those of Pacific Island backgrounds, educate people about the diverse Pacific heritages and traditions, as well as recruit, retain, and graduate fellow students.
For more information, contact Lulu Latu at firstname.lastname@example.org
Latinos in Action (LIA) Club
Preparing Latino’s at Weber State University to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness.
For more information, contact Brandon Dominguez at email@example.com
Wildcat Advantage embeds high impact educational experiences (HIEEs) into the Weber State student’s college career.
»Your WSUSA Reps Encourage You To Get Involved «
Student Body President
“Going to events is one way of getting involved! There are different levels of involvement, so pick where you are at and go with it!”
Legislative Vice President
“Block Party is a great way to meet and learn about different clubs. If you don't know what to get involved in, try a few of them and see what you like!”
Activities Vice President
“Getting involved is the difference between having a memorable college experience and just going to class.”
Community Engagement Vice President
"All the WSUSA vice presidents would be happy to help each student find their place here on campus. Come chat with us in the Student Involvement & Leadership office."
Clubs & Orgs Vice President
"It is important to be involved because it gives an opportunity to have an enjoyable college experience, which means finding a place where you can feel like you belong."
Leadership Vice President
"I first started getting involved through different clubs on campus my freshman year. I slowly started meeting people through these clubs who introduced me to WSUSA. I fell in love with WSUSA through the different programs and the people that were there."
Davis & Satelite Campuses Vice President
"Getting involved is a perfect way to make new friends, discover yourself, and grow as a leader! It is also one of the ways to get free food on campus!"
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