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WSU President Brad Mortensen addressing students about tuition increases and other Weber State matters.

WSU updates from President Mortensen

Parham Kermani, Reporter November 30, 2023

On Nov. 10, Weber State University faculty and staff met for a university-wide town hall meeting where President Brad Mortensen introduced Laís Martinez, from the Utah System of Higher Education, as the...

KSGL participants visit Tropenmuseum, a museum of world culture and historical figures.

Expedición para educación

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Traductor November 30, 2023

Como un estudiante de bajos ingresos, yo creía que viajar no podía ser una actividad que yo pudiera hacer regularmente. Bastantes de los viajes de estudiar en el extranjero fueron caros para viajar y...

Weber State University spring commencement, April 26, 2019.

Beyond brilliance: Masters degrees at WSU

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter November 28, 2023

With thousands of bachelor’s degrees awarded every year, many students may want to consider the graduate degrees Weber State University has to offer to further their education and career opportunities....

Decorations set out at grad finale along with graduation attire. Photo taken in December 2022.

WSU ranked No. 1 in Utah for investment returns

Gretel Monjar, Reporter September 19, 2023

Weber State University is listed as the number one Utah higher education institution for student’s 10-year net present value according to a Utah Foundation Report from August. The report looks at the...

Decorations set out at grad finale along with graduation attire. Photo taken in December 2022.

A chorus of college colors

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter April 11, 2023

Turning their tassel from right to left is a defining moment that graduates are likely to remember for years to come. Weber State University tassels come in many colors, each with a purpose other than...

Protestors preparing to enter a panel held in the Lindquist Hall building, where panelists spoke about SB 283.

Utah Senate targets DEI programs in higher education

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter April 4, 2023

Weber State University students protested Utah Senate Bill 283, which intended to end Diversity, Equity and Inclusion programs in Utah higher education. The Haven J. Barlow Civic Leadership Forum hosted...

The Financial Aid office located in the Student Services building.

Finding fast FAFSA cash

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter October 18, 2022

The average cost of attending Weber State University for in-state residents living on campus in 2021 was anywhere between $12,500 and $18,000. This estimate doesn’t account for food, entertainment,...

Activist Deja Gaston speaking to a crowd of protesters in front of the Salt Lake City & County Building. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

A message of love

Lissete Landaverde January 26, 2022

In honor of Martin Luther King Week at Weber State University, the Office of Diversity hosted a virtual showing and panel discussion of the film "Beloved Community Project" on Jan. 19.According to the...

Elementary school students at the Utah State Capitol participate in  a mock congressional hearing.

A hands-on law-making experience

Alexandrea Bonilla November 10, 2021

The Utah House of Representatives hosted Utah elementary students through their Civic Engagement Program this fall. There were three installments of this program involving the Jordan School District, Provo...

More money, more education, more opportunity

Adam Rubin June 7, 2021

Weber State University is staying adaptable through difficult times with its Flexible Learn and Work Study paths. These allow busy students to earn stackable credentials and certificates of proficiency...

Brett Perozzi is the current vice president of student affairs at Weber State. (Israel Campa // The Signpost)

Going global with higher education

Adam Rubin April 7, 2021

Taking a deeper look at where education and globalization combine, what it means for Weber State University, why it matters and how that intersection is directing today’s norms were the topics of...

Sen. Mitt Romney addresses questions from viewers and from other panelists. Many of these questions are about the vaccine and Chinese influence in Utah. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Sen. Mitt Romney holds town hall on China relations

Adam Rubin March 31, 2021

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition held a virtual town hall with Sen. Mitt Romney regarding the foreign relations between China and the U.S. on March 30. The town hall dove into how these topics impact...

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