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WSU Davis

Bruce Davis, Vice Provost and Dean

Telephone: 801-395-3536

Christopher C. Rivera, Associate Dean

Telephone: 801-395-3570

Location: 2750 North University Park Boulevard, Layton, UT 84041 (Directions) (Map)
Telephone Contact: Rachel Cox 801-395-3542

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 300,000 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 approximately 36 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 important part of the larger community, enriching the social, cultural and economic lives of the citizens of Davis County.

From its 106 acre campus in Layton, WSU Davis Campus 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/wsudavis. 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 68 workstation computer lab, a library, bookstore, testing center, enrollment services, academic advisement, academic support, financial aid counseling, tutoring, student activities, a health center, counseling services, 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

Master Degrees Bachelor Degrees Associate Degrees
Accounting Construction Management Computer Science
Business Administration English Criminal Justice
English Information Systems Technologies General Studies
Healthcare Administration Interior Design Information Systems Technologies
Joint MBA/MHA Respiratory Therapy Nursing
Graduate Certificates    
Environmental Sustainability for Business    
Information Systems Technologies: Information Assurance    

Enrollment Services

Chris Rivera, Associate Dean
Telephone: 801-395-3480/3456
Location: Room 241

Enrollment Services at the Davis Campus offers a one stop shop that provides assistance in the following areas:

  • Admissions Advisement
  • General Studies Academic Advisement
  • Financial Aid/ Scholarships
  • Records
  • Registration
  • Residency


JaNae Kinikin, Supervisor
Location: 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.

Bookstore and Convenience Store

Scott Bitton, Manager
Location: Room 201

  • Textbooks
  • Cashier services
  • Computers and technology
  • General books & gifts
  • Campus apparel and memorabilia
  • Classroom supplies
  • Snack foods

Student Services

Jennifer Grandi, Assistant Dean
Location: D2 Room 262
Web Site: weber.edu/DavisStudentServices

WSU Davis offers a comprehensive range of programs and services for the growth and development of all students. Assuring the academic success as well as fostering a spirit of campus community and inclusivity through collaborative campus relationships, is an integral part of the Student Affairs Mission. Through the utilization of the offered programs and services, students will be prepared for active, life-long learning and participation.

Advising/Counseling Services
  • Career Services
  • Counseling & Psychological Services
  • International Student & Scholar Center
  • Multicultural Student Center
  • Nontraditional Student Center
  • Services for Students with Disabilities
  • Women’s Center
  • Veterans Services
  • Veteran’s Upward Bound
Student Health Center

Provides quality, cost-effective health services for students that includes:

  • Disease prevention activities
  • Health information
  • Outpatient medical care for common illnesses and injuries

For further information, check the website at weber.edu/healthcenter

Student Involvement & Leadership

Erik Ashby, Coordinator
Location: D3, Suite #221
Web Site: weber.edu/StudentInvolvement

  • 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 Plan and implement social, service, cultural and educational programs
  • Leadership opportunities include:
    • Leadership Development Programs
    • Student Programming and Events
    • Student Organizations
    • Student Volunteer Opportunities

Davis Learning Center

Leslie Loeffel, Director
Location: Room 213 (Information Commons)
Web Site: weber.edu/DavisASSP

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)
Supplemental Instruction
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI) provides study groups for historically difficult courses
  • See the online course schedule for particular courses with SI at WSU Davis
  • Facilitators are trained student leaders who have successfully completed the course
  • SI stresses how to learn as well as what to learn
Testing Center, Telephone: 801-395-3495
  • Administers chi-tester and paper-and-pencil course work tests
  • The Testing Center also offers testing for English/math placement, career and personal counseling, on-line and independent study courses, and community exams such as the Police Officer Selection Test (POST), BEMS, and DSST.
Computer Lab, Telephone: 801-395-3492
  • The computer lab consists of 68 computer workstations, a LaserJet printer, a color printer, a scanner, and various software platforms
  • Laptop computers can be borrowed for use within the building

Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering, and Sciences (NUAMES)

Alan Stokes, Principal
Location: Weber State University Davis Campus
Web Site: NUAMES.net

NUAMES is an early college high school that offers students the opportunity for early university access. This program focuses on math, engineering, and science. NUAMES is a public state charter school composed of grades 10-12.

  • 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