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Students receiving their diplomas at their graduation ceremony. Photo taken in 2016.

Spring 2023 convocation times

McKinna Baird, Reporter April 11, 2023

At the end of every semester, individual colleges at Weber State University prepare for their convocations. The common thought is that commencement is the sole graduation ceremony, but there is the larger...

The wildcat statue that stands outside of the Lindquist Alumni Center. Photo taken in 2022.

Staying a Wildcat: WSU graduate programs

McKinna Baird, Reporter April 11, 2023

Weber State University isn’t just a place to get your undergraduate degree. With over 20 graduate programs, WSU allows for students to continue their education at the university through master’s, doctorate...

Horario de la convocatoria de primavera 2023

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor April 11, 2023

Al final de cada semestre, las facultades individuales de Weber State University se preparan para sus convocatorias. Mucha gente cree que la entrega de diplomas es la única ceremonia de graduación, pero...

Sending off successful seniors

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter April 11, 2023

Graduation at Weber State University is quickly approaching. A great way to celebrate this honorable achievement is by attending the 2023 Senior Send-Off hosted by the Student Involvement & Leadership...

Students receiving their diplomas at their graduation ceremony.

A graduate’s guide to WSU’s convocation ceremonies: Fall 2022

Sky Mundell, Reporter December 6, 2022

As 2022 fall semester inches to its much-anticipated end at Weber State University, this semester’s graduates are preparing to enter the next chapter of their lives and receive their diplomas during...

Elizabeth Hall houses the communication and foreign language departments, among other courses. Photo credit: Hannah Moore

The colleges of campus

ezra striley-weinman March 28, 2022

Navigating college can be difficult and confusing, and deciding a major can be intimidating, but there are people who can help students with these big decisions. Several colleges within Weber State University...

Finding a job amid the Great Resignation

Finding a job amid the Great Resignation

Lexie Andrew November 29, 2021

For many workers, COVID-19 changed their way of life when they moved to remote work. Now, with a vaccine available, employers are asking their employees to come back to the office. However, many workers...

Graduation: fears, plans and moving on

Adam Rubin April 5, 2021

Graduating during a pandemic comes with all sorts of challenges many of the graduating class did not see coming as they first embarked on their journey through college. Now that it’s time to graduate,...

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Another canceled graduation. What happens now?

Marisa Nelson November 16, 2020

Graduation day is highly anticipated for students. Years of schooling, hard work and growth all come to fruition as they walk across the stage to accept their diploma.This fall semester, commencement will...

Seats were situated to allow social distancing, due to Covid-19. (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Fall 2020 graduation bites the dust

Marisa Nelson November 12, 2020

Weber State University has announced that fall 2020 commencement will be canceled due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the spike in cases and concerns for the community.Those convocation ceremonies scheduled...

President Mortensen giving words of praise at WSUs 2020 Graduation, which consisted of both in person and virtual speakers. (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

The class that persevered: Spring 2020 graduation ceremony

Adam Rubin August 31, 2020

WSU's 115th commencement ceremony saw more than 5,700 spring and summer graduates finally celebrate their graduation on Aug. 29. The sun has now set on WSU’s graduating class of 2020 — “The...

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Graduation thoughts during COVID-19

Sharon Valverde Vargas April 13, 2020

I sit here on my couch, thinking about how I will be graduating in 13 days. Three years ago, I definitely didn’t see myself graduating. My life at that time was consumed with partying and wasting...

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