Financial aid changes stifle student funds

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In 2016, Ruffalo Noel-Levitz (RNL) was recruited to help Weber State University come up with a Strategic Enrollment Plan (SEP) to help encourage student enrollment, retention and graduation. “In a […]

Undergraduate research presents unique opportunities

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Weber State University is dedicated to students’ learning, and their commitment to education is demonstrated through the Undergraduate Research Program. The program was bolstered in 2004 when the the Office […]

Killing lackadaisical tendencies through yelling

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Generally speaking, people come to college because they want to be here. They seek a higher education because, ideally, a degree helps open doors for these people, which can find […]

How to escape a sinking ship

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Failure isn’t inherently bad, but it comes with consequences. And in an academic setting, where money and time are involved, the consequences can be long-lasting. If you can tell in […]

Crime doesn’t pay, but scholarships do

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Weber State University’s Department of Criminal Justice prepares students for careers in criminal justice, forensic science and crime scene investigation, but the path to the professional world can come with […]

How to get the military to pay your tuition

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  Need money for tuition, fees, books and living expenses? ROTC scholarships, provided through the military, offer that and a job when you graduate—and that job is a well-paying career […]