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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...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

Un ampio sguardo all’inclusività in WSU

Caitlyn Nichols October 4, 2021

Forse Weber State University non appare un centro di diversità. Secondo il meeting di WSU Institutional Research, nel 2020, 268 studenti – meno del 1% della corpo studentesco – erano studenti...

Ein breiter Blick auf Inklusivität an der WSU

Marisa Nelson October 4, 2021

Translated by Kim Kassner Die Weber State University scheint kein Pool für Vielfalt zu sein, da laut dem WSU Institutional Research Forum weniger als 1% der Studierenden Population, also 268 Studierende...


Free Adobe? It’s here

Jennifer Greenlee August 27, 2019

Students frequently use the Adobe applications — software such as InDesign, the Premiere programs and Photoshop — during classes. However, typically had to stay after class or come early so...

WSU President Brad Mortensen. (Marissa Wolford / The Signpost) Photo credit: Marissa Wolford

Just a bill on capitol hill

Jennifer Greenlee March 20, 2019

With the 2019 Utah Legislative Session having ended on March 14, it’s worth looking at which of the 844 bills will impact Weber State University. President Brad Mortensen hosted a summary of what...

New classes hack computer science degrees

New classes hack computer science degrees

Ryan Marion November 1, 2018

Weber State University will be offering four new concurrent enrollment classes this semester for participating high school students interested in getting a head start on their computer science degrees.Upon...

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Balancing the books: Our Schools Now seeks to allocate funds for Utah institutions

Deborah Wilber November 9, 2017

Weber State University students stand to benefit to the tune of $10,390,700 through Our Schools Now, a proposed initiative to increase education funding throughout the state through increased taxes.OSN...

Main entrance to the Engineering Technology Building, located east of Tracy Hall. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

WSU draws up plans for engineering building

Chris Nichols September 20, 2017

The Utah System of Higher Education plans on requesting money from the state legislature to improve Utah college campuses. A portion of the proposed amount is allocated to Weber State University for remodeling...

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Ogden City approves new student housing development and zoning ordinance

Jasmine Pittman June 22, 2017

It is currently a violation in Utah to live in a rental unit with more than three unrelated residents, unless otherwise approved. The Ogden City Council met on June 13 to hear a proposal requesting...

Students are invited to share their thoughts on general education in town hall meetings in the Shepherd Union. (Source:

Rethinking pre-reqs through general education revitalization

Ashton Corsetti October 6, 2016

  Students, as well as faculty and university stakeholders, can share their thoughts regarding changes to general education courses at town halls held by the General Education Improvement and...

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