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Weber State has earned accolades from Forbes, the Princeton Review & more
2022 fall student enrollment is 29,2914
Fall 2022 Enrollment by Origin: Davis 46% Weber 30% Out of State 6% Salt Lake County 6%, Other Utah Areas 9% Box Elder 2% International 1%
Distribution of Degrees for 2021-22 Associates 46.9% Bachelors 40% Certificates 7.1% Masters 5.6% Doctorate 0.4%
Weber State is on track to become carbon neutral by 2040
WSU has more than 225 degree programs
List of Weber State’s top 10 degree programs awarded for academic years 2016 through 2020.
WSU has 120 student clubs and organizations.
 
image text: student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1
205 student athletes earned academic all-conference honors in 2021-22.
80 percent of faculty have terminal degrees.
Gifts to WSU in fiscal year 2022 totaled $20 million
WSU provided more than $85.6 million in scholarships & financial aid to almost 13,000 students in the 2021-22 academic year.
WSU saved $2.6 million in water and energy costs in fiscal year 2021.
WSU has reduced its natural gas and electricity consumption while increasing its square footage.
Median graduate salary is $54,771 based on fifth-year median wages.
WSU is a top producing Fullbright institution.
Weber State has been a Princeton Review green college from 2017-2022.
20 graduate degree programs
Nationally recognized for low student debt.

 

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