Amanda Hanna of Mount Pleasant graduates from Weber State
OGDEN — Amanda Hanna of Mount Pleasant has graduated with a Nursing degree from Weber State University.
Over 3,293 Weber State University students were honored during the 158th commencement ceremonies April 29. Graduates from both summer and fall semesters were recognized.
“These graduates of all backgrounds persisted and achieved with the support of family, friends, faculty and staff,” said President Brad Mortensen. “We celebrate their success, which will carry them into the next chapter.”
Each college held individual commencement ceremonies for their graduates and had different speakers during their programs. All ceremonies were held in person with an option to watch online.
The ceremonies were held at various times throughout the day primarily at the Val A. Browning Center and the Dee Events Center.
All graduates attending college commencement ceremonies received pewter die-cast medallions with the presidential seal in honor of their hard work and achievements.
Weber State is an open-admission institution, serving more than 29,000 students from some of the most ethnically and economically diverse cities in Utah. The university cultivates remarkably personalized teaching, mentoring and engaged learning with seven colleges, 225 undergraduate certificate and degree programs and 17 graduate degrees, including a Doctor of Nursing Practice. Weber State’s 16 teams compete in NCAA Division I athletics as part of the Big Sky Conference. In addition to being a learning institution, the university is a community leader. Weber State makes Utah a better place to live through community building, volunteer service and economic development.