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As of March 2020 there were 8,490 active DACA recipients living in Utah according to the American Immigration Council. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

Dreaming of a better DACA

Rebecca Baggett September 27, 2021

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, is a program designed to protect eligible immigrant youth in the United States from deportation. Normally students reapply for DACA every two years, but...

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Resources for easing the financial burden of college

Caitlyn Nichols September 27, 2021

Paying for college is a concern for all students, but there are many resources available at Weber State University to ease the burden. The Financial Aid & Scholarships office is the first stop for...

WSU announced that the withdrawal deadline has been moved to April 17. (WSU)

Spring semester withdrawal deadlines extended

Adam Rubin March 30, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Student Affairs announced on March 17 that the Class Withdrawal Extension is now officially April 17. WSU faculty and staff have responded to the crisis...

Financial aid explained

Financial aid explained

Ashlynd Greenwood November 7, 2019

For many students, finding ways to pay for school is essential to the continuation of their education. Whether this is through academic scholarships, work-study programs, housing scholarships or receiving...

Retroceso de la ayuda financiera: cambios en el último año

Retroceso de la ayuda financiera: cambios en el último año

Jennifer Greenlee August 27, 2019

Traducido por: Danya Gil Durante el último año académico, la ayuda financiera de Weber State University ha sido objeto de varios cambios. A partir del otoño de 2018, todos los estudiantes...

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What you need to know about financial aid

Jasmine Pittman August 27, 2017

Weber State University gives away tons of money each year in the form of financial aid and scholarships to students who apply. Financial aid can be one of the most impactful parts of a student's education,...

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Student loans: Make it quick and painless

Chris Nichols April 14, 2017

Many students who complete their college education would not have been able to do so without the help of financial aid provided through student loans. Yet, after graduation, paying off student loans can...

Study abroad opportunities abound

September 7, 2011

Lisa Trujillo, a respiratory therapy assistant professor at WSU, has an interested student write down his email address so he can receive more information about the Study Abroad Program. The Continuing...

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