List of Weber State University people
The following is a partial list of notable Weber State University people. It includes alumni, professors, and others associated with Weber State University.
Principals and presidents
|Principals of Weber Stake Academy|
|1||Louis F. Moench||(1888–1892)|
|2||Emil B. Isgreen||(1892–1893)|
|3||George F. Phillips||(1893–1894)|
|Louis F. Moench||(1894–1902) — 2nd term|
|Principals of Weber Academy|
|4||David O. McKay||(1902–1908)|
|5||Wilford M. McKendrick||(1908–1910)|
|6||William W. Henderson||(1910–1914)|
|7||James L. Barker||(1914–1917)|
|8||Owen F. Beal||(1917–1918)|
|Presidents of Weber Normal College|
|1||Owen F. Beal||(1918-1919)|
|2||H. Aldous Dixon||(1919–1920)|
|3||Joel E. Ricks||(1920–1922)|
|Presidents of Weber College|
|4||Aaron W. Tracy||(1922–1935)|
|5||Leland W. Creer||(1935–1937)|
|H. Aldous Dixon||(1937–1953) — 2nd term|
|6||William P. Miller||(1953–1962)|
|Presidents of Weber State College|
|William P. Miller||(1962–1972)|
|7||Joseph L. Bishop||(1972–1978)|
|8||Rodney H. Brady||(1978–1985)|
|9||Stephen D. Nadauld||(1985–1990)|
|Presidents of Weber State University|
|10||Paul H. Thompson||(1990–2002)|
|11||F. Ann Millner||(2002–2012)|
|12||Charles A. Wight||(2013-2018)|
|13||Brad L. Mortensen||(2019–present)|
- Nolan D. Archibald - CEO of Black & Decker
- Ryan Bennett - broadcasting and founder of MMAWeekly.com
- Bryan Brandenburg - Co-founder of Salt Lake Comic Con, Executive Producer Engineering Animation, Inc., Co-Founder of Sculptured Software
- Kevin Carmony - CEO of Linspire, Inc. - Outstanding Graduate (School of Business, 1983)
- Dee Hock - Creator of Visa Credit Card
- Nolan Karras - Non-executive Member of the Board of Directors of Scottish Power
- J. Willard Marriott - Founder of Marriott International
- Barry Mower - Founder of Lifetime Products
- Chad Olson - CFO of Linspire, Inc.
- Robert Dotson - CEO of T-Mobile USA
- Alan W. Stock - CEO of Cinemark Theatres
- Jerry Moyes - CEO and Founder of Swift Transportation
- Mark Evans Austad - Former Ambassador to Finland and Ambassador to Norway
- Lynn Jenkins - former Kansas state legislator and Kansas State Treasurer, and current U.S. Congresswoman from Kansas's 2nd congressional district.
- David M. Kennedy - Former United States Secretary of the Treasury
- Jill Parrish - Associate Justice of the Utah Supreme Court
- Richard Richards - Former Chair of the Republican National Committee under President Ronald Reagan.
- Richard H. Stallings - Former member United States House of Representatives
- Olene S. Walker - Utah State Governor/ First female to hold position.
- Greg Bell - Lieutenant Governor of Utah
- Robb Akey - college football head coach - Idaho Vandals
- Lance Allred - Professional basketball player and former NBA player, Cleveland Cavaliers
- Harold Arceneaux - Professional basketball player
- Larry Bergh - former ABA basketball player
- Mark Brewer - former NBA player for the Syracuse Nationals
- Jeff Carlson- Former NFL player
- Charles Clinger - second highest High Jump in the world from 2001-03
- Bob Davis - Former NBA basketball player
- J.D. Folsom - Former NFL linebacker, for the Miami Dolphins
- Eddie Gill - Former NBA point guard for the NBA Indiana Pacers
- Halvor Hagen - NFL Offensive lineman, for the Buffalo Bills
- David Hale - Former NFL Offensive lineman, for the Baltimore Ravens
- Rob Hitchcock - Former CFL player, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Edmonton Eskimos
- Ben Howland - college basketball head coach - UCLA Bruins
- Dick Hunsaker - college basketball head coach - Utah Valley University
- Damian Lillard - NBA guard for the Portland Trail Blazers and unanimous 2012-13 NBA Rookie of the Year.
- Al Lolotai - NFL Offensive lineman, for the Washington Redskins
- Marcus Mailei - Former NFL Fullback, for the New Orleans Saints
- Jamie Martin - Former NFL quarterback, 1991 Walter Payton Award
- Ken McEachern- Former CFL Defensive Back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Toronto Argonauts; All-Star in 1980-81, won the 1983 Grey Cup with the Argonauts, awarded the Tom Pate Memorial Award
- Court McGee - wrestler; professional mixed martial artist, Won The Ultimate Fighter 11, UFC Welterweight
- Pat McQuistan - NFL Offensive lineman, for the Dallas Cowboys
- Paul McQuistan - NFL Offensive lineman, for the Seattle Seahawks
- Ruben Nembhard - Former NBA basketball player
- Paul Pilkington - Former world class marathon runner. Major marathon wins include '90 Houston and '96 Los Angeles
- Darryl Pollard - Former NFL player Cornerback, for the San Francisco 49ers
- Alfred Pupunu - Former NFL football player. Scored touchdown in Super Bowl XXIX for the San Diego Chargers
- Roger Ruzek - NFL placekicker, for the Dallas Cowboys
- Cam Quayle - 1998 NFL Draft Mr. Irrelevant.
- Bill Schuffenhauer - 3x Olympian, competed in 2002/2006/2010 Olympics and took silver in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, UT in bobsleigh for Team USA.
- Bo Smith - CFL Cornerback, for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
- John L. Smith - college football head coach at Arkansas, Michigan State, Louisville, Utah State, & Idaho
- Bob Sneddon - NFL cornerback, for the Washington Redskins
- Willie Sojourner - Former NBA/ABA basketball player
- Dan Sparks - Former NBA/ABA basketball player
- Chris Sulages, college football coach
- Justus Thigpen - Former NBA/ABA basketball player
- John Thompson - Former NFL Tight End, for the Green Bay Packers
- Tim Toone - 2010 Mr. Irrelevant* NFL Wide Receiver, member of the Atlanta Falcons
- Dimitri Tsoumpas - CFL Offensive lineman, for the Calgary Stampeders
- Lee White - Former NFL player
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- "Brad L. Mortensen Named 13th President of Weber State University", Weber State University, December 6, 2018
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- Players Who Attended Weber State University - Basketball-Reference.com
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