2750 University Park Boulevard, Layton, UT 84041 (Directions
Telephone Contact: Sonja Green
The WSU Davis Campus provides a wide range of higher educational opportunities to the residents of Davis County and surrounding areas. With a population of over 350,000 residents, Davis County is Utah’s third largest county. It is also home to Hill Air Force Base, Utah’s largest employer. Davis County residents comprise 44 percent of the student body at Weber State University. In addition to providing learning opportunities close to where these students live and work, the Davis Campus is an integral part of the larger community, enriching the social, cultural and economic lives of the citizens of Davis County.
From its 110 acre campus in Layton, WSU Davis offers a full range of general education courses and a wide range of associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. Information about degree and certificate programs available at WSU Davis can be found on the web at weber.edu/Davis. Students may take classes at both the Davis Campus and the Ogden Campus concurrently, depending upon their needs and schedule. One of the hallmarks of the Davis Campus is the special attention given to meeting the needs of military, veteran, nontraditional, and working students.
The Davis Campus provides a complete university experience for students, using both visiting and resident faculty to provide instruction and advisement. Extensive student services and support activities are also available, including computer classrooms, computer laptop lounge, and a 44 workstation computer lab, a library, bookstore, testing center, enrollment services, academic advisement, academic support, financial aid counseling, tutoring, student activities, counseling services, a fitness center, stress relief center, event spaces and dining and a wide range of other student services.
The Davis Campus is also home to the Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering and Science (NUAMES), an early college charter high school that works in partnership with Weber State University.
Degree Paths at WSU Davis
Director: Samantha Burroughs
Enrollment Services at the Davis Campus offers a one stop shop that provides assistance in the following areas:
- Early College
- Concurrent Enrollment Advising
- Financial Aid/Scholarships
- General Studies Academic Advisement
Supervisor: Michael Middelton
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 212 (Information Commons)
To be successful in a global information society, students must understand how to access, use and critically evaluate information. The librarians provide instruction and a full range of information, circulation, and interlibrary loan services that enable students to effectively access and utilize digital and print information resources to meet their academic, professional and lifelong learning needs.
Assistant Director/Retail Services: Brad Beazer
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 201
- Textbooks and other Course Related Materials
- Cashier Services
- Apple Authorized Campus Store
- Mac Computers and Accessories
- PC Computers and Accessories
- Insignia Gifts and Gift Cards
- Campus Apparel and Memorabilia
- Classroom supplies
- Snacks and Drinks
Wildcat Food Services
Assistant Director/Retail Services: Brad Beazer
Location: Bldg. DSC, Room 120
- Waldo’s Bistro
- Wildcat Catering Services
- Wildcat Express - Bldg DSC
- Wildcat Express - Bldg D2 - Located inside the Wildcat Store
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 220
Student Wellness provides one-on-one consultations to help students reach their health and wellness goals. Staff are available on Davis Campus by appointment only.
Student Involvement & Leadership
Coordinator: Erik Ashby
Location: Bldg. DSC, Suite 221
- Assists students in expanding and enriching their holistic student experience
- Provides an environment for students to learn and practice leadership skills
- Provides an environment for students to meet, organize and share common interests
- The Student Programming Board plans and implements social, service, cultural and educational programs
- Leadership opportunities include:
- Leadership Development Programs
- Student Programming and Events
- Student Organizations
- Student Volunteer Opportunities
Learning Support and Davis Student Services
Director: Leslie Loeffel
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 213 (Information Commons)
- Supplemental Instruction (SI) provides study groups for historically difficult courses
- Facilitators are trained student leaders who have successfully completed the course
- SI stresses how to learn as well as what to learn
Academic Peer Coaching
- Peer coaches help students become academically successful
- Coaches can help with skills like time management, textbook reading, test-taking, and note-taking
Wildcards and UTA Ed Passes are issued:
- The Wildcard desk provides new and replacement student ID cards.
- UTA Ed Passes allow transportation on all UTA buses, FrontRunner and TRAX.
Advising, counseling, or programming are offered from the following departments:
Career Services provides Career Counseling and Employment Advising to individuals through personality and career assessments. Help is also provided with resume and interview preparation and networking strategies.
Center for Multicultural Excellence
The Center for Multicultural Excellence empowers students from diverse backgrounds to help them engage, navigate, and connect with campus and community resources
Counseling & Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services provides high-quality, culturally-sensitive, professional psychotherapy for students struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship problems, stress, grief, or other concerns.
Money Management Center
The Money Management Center assists students with questions about budgeting, saving, loans, credit card debt, paying monthly bills, building wealth, and FAFSA.
Disability Services determines appropriate accommodations based upon documentation of the disability and works closely with faculty and staff to ensure that any given accommodation is appropriate and necessary for the situation.
Veterans Services is the liaison between Weber State University and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for educational benefits for veterans and dependents who are eligible for the G.I. Bill. In addition, they assist veterans and their dependents in identifying sources of support for their educational needs and provide a variety of support services to assist in making education a successful experience for veterans.
Veterans Study Lounge
The Veterans Study Lounge provides a quiet, dedicated space for veterans to study, print for free, get a snack, and get tutoring and academic support.
Veterans Upward Bound
Veterans Upward Bound is designed to motivate and assist veterans in the development of academic skills by providing tutoring in English, writing, math and computer literacy.
The WSU Women’s Center advocates for the best educational experience for all by addressing systemic oppression, empowering communities, and working toward a shared vision of gender equity in pursuit of a safe, inclusive, and compassionate campus. Programs include Safe@Weber Violence Prevention & Advocacy Services, Empowerment & Education programs and Leadership & Engagement programs. Services are offered through programming and event support at Davis campus, as well as free free menstrual products upon request.
Davis Learning Center
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 214
Davis Learning Center Tutoring:
Peer tutoring is offered in a range of subjects
Both drop-in hours and appointments are available
Tutors are certified through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)
Nontraditional Student Center
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 307
The Nontraditional Student Center is here to meet the needs of students who are over 25, and/or married, divorced, widowed or a parent. Advisor and Peer mentors are available to help students navigate the campus and provide support to students academically and personally. The center strives to provide a supportive environment and remove barriers students may face while balancing school, family, home and work.
Some of the services offered are:
- Free hot chocolate, coffee, and tea
- Computer lab
- Free printing
- Study area
- Advisors and Peer mentors
- Leadership opportunities
- Community pantry (available food items, varies by semester)
Location: Bldg. DSC, Room 231
- Administers chi-tester and paper-and-pencil course work tests
- The Testing Center also offers testing for English/math placement, online and independent study courses, and community exams such as the Police Officer Selection Test (POST) and DSST.
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 203; Bldg. DSC, Atrium Laptop Lounge
- The computer lab in Bldg. D2 consists of computer workstations with dual monitors, a LaserJet printer, a color printer, a scanner, and various software platforms
- Laptop computers can be borrowed for on-campus use at the D2 computer lab or at the laptop lounge in Bldg. DSC
Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences (NUAMES)
Principal: Kelli Booth
Location: Bldg. DSC, Suite 316
NUAMES is an early college high school that offers students the opportunity for a rigorous and supportive early college experience on a university campus. NUAMES focuses on STEM education: science, technology, engineering and math. NUAMES is a public state charter school composed of grades 10-12, and is consistently ranked as one of the top performing high schools in the state of Utah.
- Fully accredited high school
- Partnership with Weber State University
- Early college scholarships available to qualified students
- Opportunity to earn associate’s degree upon graduation from NUAMES
State GEAR UP College Access Program
Principal: Brandon Kaleo Flores
Location: Bldg. D2, Room 308
GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) provides college readiness support for targeted students in the Weber and Davis school districts. First Year services are also provided for GEAR UP students pursuing post-secondary education. The GEAR UP program includes the following services:
• Financial Aid/Scholarship Advising
• FAFSA Completion
• ACT Preparation
• Academic Enrichment
• Campus Visits
• Family Outreach
Location: Bldg. DSC, Room 150
The mission of WSU Campus Recreation is to encourage lifelong learning, develop healthy active lifestyles, foster leadership, build a diverse community, and enhance interpersonal relationships. This is accomplished by providing quality facilities and experiential education through dynamic programming that focuses on WSU students, faculty/staff, and the greater community. We create opportunities that inspire engagement in healthy, active lifestyles!
- Aquatics & Safety (drop-in swim, Swimming Lessons, CPR/AED/First Aid certification classes)
- Fitness (drop-in strength and cardio equipment, drop-in Group Exercise classes, Personal Fitness Training)
- Intramural Sports (tournament and league play)
- Outdoor Program (Equipment Rental Center, Trips and Clinics, Challenge Course, drop-in climbing wall activities)
- Sport Clubs (student-led teams from Archery to Wrestling)
- Special Events (Turkey Triathlon, Mt. Ogden Hike, Dive-in Movies, Ogden Climbing Festival)