The WSU summer semester will be held in an online-only format for the summer semester, scheduled from May 4 – Aug. 7, due to the public health crisis caused by […]
Graduating Weber State University students who were planning to walk during Commencement on April 24 this year were notified on the evening of March 18 via an email from the […]
The first case of coronavirus in a WSU student was officially announced on March 21, alongside 135 cases that have been diagnosed in Utah, according the Utah Department of Health. […]
Weber State University sent the latest WSU Code Purple regarding the pandemic, COVID-19. To comply with the federal guidelines, the University is adopting new measures that are going to be […]
Weber State University announced that all classes will move to an online only format starting on Wednesday, March 18 through the end of spring semester at 10:40 a.m. on March […]
Six WSU professors have moved their classes online for a minimum of the next week for fear of the coronavirus as of March 11. After returning from spring break, five […]
1. Which democratic candidates dropped out of the presidential primary between Feb. 28 and March 6? a. Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer, Mike Bloomberg b. Pete Buttigieg, […]
While most Americans associate Valentine’s Day with images of stylized hearts, Cupid, chocolates and romance, the Dumke College of Health Professions decided to go a different route. On Feb. 14, […]
Mike Gevas, a semi-retired contractor, led a group of volunteers that worked on a home for a family in Ogden on Feb. 1. Volunteers from Weber State University assisted in […]
Bonus Information: According to data collected by Weber State University during the third week of the fall 2018 semester, 27,465 undergraduate students were enrolled. Among them, 2,025 voted in the WSUSA 2019-20 elections.
2068 students voted in the 2018-19 elections and only 1732 voted for the 2017-18 elections. During the 2018 school year, approximately 0.06% undergraduate enrolled students voted to be represented in their own student body government.
which saw 2068 and 2025 voters respectively.