Mr. Jordan Slater

Jordan Slater is currently serving as the Student Body President for Weber State University. He previously served as the Chief of Staff for the past Student Body President, Lola Moli.  Jordan loves to serve others and be involved. He takes great pride in knowing he can make a difference and serve his community.  He believes in the power of friendship and outreach. Jordan strongly believes that everyone should feel included in order to have the best college experience at Weber State University.

Born and raised in Utah, Jordan has roots that run deep within Weber State. He comes from a long line of Weber State graduates, including his grandparents, parents, and now he and his sister have received their associates from Weber State. Growing up in Plain City, Utah, Jordan grew to love the great outdoors. His hobbies include tennis, paddle boarding, volleyball, baseball and anything Weber State Athletics.

In addition to representing the student body, Jordan Slater is majoring in Healthcare Administrative Services. Throughout his life, Jordan has loved to serve and felt that healthcare is one of the best ways to serve and give back to his community. Prior to attending Weber State, he spent time volunteering at the Utah School for the Deaf and Blind, the Lantern house, and Saint Anne’s. As a Wildcat, he has participated in internships and public relation opportunities.  Jordan has helped with Safe Kids Day, Utah’s Clear the Air Challenge, Green Ribbon Week, and Safety 4 Utah.

Before becoming president, he created and served as a Chairman for a Mental Health committee. This committee helps bring about awareness for Mental Health on Weber States Campuses. He hopes that students will feel empowered to seek the assistance they need and to empower student leaders to get involved in supporting all students who may be struggling. He hopes, if anything, that students know that they have support and friends on campus.

Jordan strongly believes that every single student at Weber State, no matter where they come from, should feel like they have a place to get an education and build the life they dream of for themselves and their family. He takes seriously his role is helping promote, expand, and continue to build upon the work of students and faculty before him to ensure that Weber State is ready and able to provide equal opportunity for all those who seek it.

Jordan hopes that every student at Weber State knows that WSUSA is YOU! It is all of the students on campus. Each student is unique in their own way. He hopes that everyone can come together to make a difference and leave behind a legacy of leadership, inclusivity and hard work. These goals align with this year’s theme of OUR TIME. He hopes that through this theme and the goals that are set in place that everyone will have a unique and great experience at Weber State University.