Student Life & Activities
Location: Promontory Tower, suite 106
For current schedules regarding all programming, call 626-7731, check out our
web page or
pick up a flyer in the C. William Stromberg Complex. Enter the facility with
your current WSU Wildcard.
20-30 hours of Drop-In Aerobics classes weekly.
- We offer a variety of classes ranging from step, spinning, kickboxing,
sculpting, floor and more.
Check pool schedule for specific details.
- Lap swimming available early morning, afternoon, evening
- Water exercise class
- Childrenís swim classes available year round
Fitness & Strength Training Areas
Open 90+ hours weekly - Promontory Tower main level.
- Stromberg and Promontory Tower centers have free weights (Stromberg Center
only) and selectorized weight machine stations, stair steppers, upright and
recumbent bicycles, elliptical trainers, and more. Exercise videos and
spinners are also available.
C. William Stromberg Center, room 21
- Numerous recreational opportunities involving team/individual competitions
including basketball, soccer, softball, flag football, racquetball, tennis,
golf, 5k races, etc.
Club Sports (17 active clubs)
- The club sports program involves students, faculty & staff who compete
with college and university teams on a local, state, regional or national
level in a variety of sports. Active clubs include menís baseball, billiards,
bowling, fencing, ice hockey (D1, D2), womenís lacrosse, martial arts, rodeo,
rugby, skiing, menís soccer, womenís fastpitch softball, snowboarding,
curling, wrestling, cycling and menís lacrosse.
Wilderness Recreation Center and Experiential Learning
Now located in Annex 9 at 41st street and Taylor on the WSU Campus.
- The WRC offers a variety of equipment rentals, outdoor skills workshops,
seminars, and recreational trips. Affordable, convenient rentals include
snowboards, cross country skis, camping and backpacking gear, white water
rafts or kayaks, canoes, mountain bikes and more. Each semester the WRC offers
workshops including outdoor cooking, mountain bike repair, ski and snowboard
tuning, backpacking and many others. More indepth instruction includes a 1-3
day class on rafting, climbing, snow shoeing, mountain biking or cross country
skiing. Our experiential education includes half-day or full-day sessions for
groups to develop team building, trust, communication and leadership. See our Web site for
a full list of programs and rental items at
See the current calendar of activities on the Web at
for the seminars, workshops, and trips available each semester.
Call 801-626-6373 for more information.
- Telephone: 801-626-6500
- Location: Stadium, Office 224
Athletics Web Site: http://weber.edu/athletics
Dee Events Center Web Site: http://weber.edu/deeeventscenter/
The mission of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is to support the
greater mission of Weber State University in meeting the educational needs of
Utah by stimulating and improving athletics programs for students designed to
develop and promote skills that assure an excellent chance of success in
athletics participation, college, and career.
Location: Shepherd Union
The Shepherd Union Building provides a focal point for the Weber State
University community through an array of programs, services and operations.
The Shepherd Union is undergoing a comprehensive renovation which began in
May 2006 and is scheduled to be completed in June of 2008. Throughout the
renovation period the Union will maintain key functions and services available
for the university community including the Bookstore, Food Services, meeting
rooms and conference areas, as well as the following offices: Wildcard,
Scheduling/Event Planning and Conferences, and Student Involvement and
- Provides business and financial services for student organizations
- Issues student, faculty and staff Wildcard ID cards
- Provides Wildcat cash banking
- Provides information about campus events
- Sells seasonal tickets
- Sells local newspapers, stamps
Wildcat Lanes & Games Center
- Full service recreational and social facility with bowling.
- Group reservations available for university departments and
- Offers one-credit bowling and billiard courses
- Additional services include photocopies, scantrons, pencils, and
- WSU Credit Union, Wells Fargo Bank, America First Credit Union ATMís
- Textbooks, course supplies, apparel, technology and computer supplies
Location: Shepherd Union, Room 336
The Gallery Food Court in the Shepherd Union offers: Fresh
pizza, salad bar, Chick-Fil-A, made-to-order sandwiches and subs, grilled
burgers and sandwiches, homemade meals along with a varied assortment of cold
and hot drinks, coffees, pastries and dessert items.
Catering Services provides a variety of services from coffee
breaks to formal dinner banquets. For those concerned about budget, try the ďNo
FrillsĒ or ďTo GoĒ catering services.
Location: Shepherd Union, Room 419
Academy of Leadership
- Wildcat Scholars Program
- Fall Retreat (Academy of Leadership)
- Leadership Development Workshop series
- Spring Leadership Conference
- Family Programs, Concerts and Comedy, Midday Productions, Movie Madness,
Dances, Super Events
- Wildcat Weekend
- Crystal Crest Campus Awards
- Convocations, Honors Issues Forum
- Putting Students Through Graduation (PST) Fall and Spring Semester
- Association of Registered Organizations (ARO) - Over 130 clubs and
- Greek Letter Organizations ‑ 2 Fraternities, 2 Sororities
Community Service Programs
- Volunteer Involvement Program ‑ VIP
- Host Utah Special Olympics Winter Games
- Community Partnership Advisory Boards
- Community Service Center
- Volunteer Fair
- Outreach to non-profit community agencies
- Publications (Reflections and Getting Started)
WSU Student Association (WSUSA)
Location: Shepherd Union, Suite 250
Weber State University Student Association (WSUSA) exists to serve and
protect the interests and rights of students and to provide services, activities
and programs for the enrichment of the university experience on campus and
statewide. Opportunities for leadership development and representing the student
voice to the administration are coordinated through the department of Student
Involvement and Leadership. Interested students will find many ways to become
involved. An array of programs and activities are planned to appeal to every
student. Listed below are the areas of WSUSA:
There are 19 student senators who meet every Monday at 1:30 pm. Senate
meetings are held to pass legislation dealing with campus issues. Senators meet
with their area councils on a regular basis to discuss the issues that will be
brought to the senate meeting. Senators represent the academic colleges and
The Judicial Branch of WSUSA is known as the Student Advocate Council. All
judicial power is vested in the Supreme Court of WSUSA. The Supreme Court has
the power to interpret the WSUSA constitution upon petition, to determine the
constitutionality of all legislation passed by the WSUSA Senate upon petition,
and to perform any other judicial functions.
The Executive Branch of Government has the specific power to execute the key
programs and services in accordance with their respective duties and
responsibilities. The Executive Branch is made up of the president, six
vice-presidents and appointed cabinet and chair positions.
Location: Shepherd Union, Suite 151
- 82 Elected, appointed and selected positions. Always room for more!
- Student representatives serve on a variety of campus and administrative
committees including the Board of Trustees, Faculty Senate and the Deanís
- Students are heavily involved in the Student Fee Recommendation Committee.
- Opportunities for every interest. Come be involved with the Student
The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to
assisting each student to become a successful member of the Weber
State University community. As a means of supporting this mission,
the Dean's office is responsible for Student Judicial Affairs.
The Student Judicial Affairs process is designed to:
- assist in the development and education of students
- promote mutual respect within the University community
- contribute to maintaining a safe campus environment
- provide a process for tracking repeated incidents of student code violation
The vast majority of issues can be resolved at an informal level.
Informal resolution of grievances is strongly encouraged.
If satisfactory resolution is not achieved through
informal means a more formal process may be pursued. Informal or formal
resolution may be sought through the academic department, the
college system, the Dean of Students Office, or the Due Process Officer.
The WSU Student Code can be found online
(http://documents.weber.edu/ppm), WSU Policy and Procedures
Manual section 6-22. Student due process is addressed in section
6-23 through 6-33.
Weber State University 2006-2007 Catalog