Scheduling an Advising Appointment
We are currently scheduling all of our academic advising appointments for students working on or interested in an Associate of Arts or Science in General Studies or the Certificate of Completion in General Education through Starfish. The academic advising appointments will be conducted electronically via Zoom or via phone call. Follow the steps below to schedule your appointment.
Step One: Make sure you have completed New Student Orientation. weber.edu/orientation (If you have completed Modules 1-4, go to Step 2).
Step Two: Make sure you are declared a General Studies student. Check your Cattracks, degree evaluation tool, within your eWeber portal to determine that you have the correct major declared. Note many General Studies students need to use the downward toggle highlighted below to see the associate degree declaration.
To declare General Studies click here.
Step Three: Click here to schedule an appointment through Starfish. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a specific advisor you can find their direct link at the bottom of the page.
(If you are unable to login to your Starfish profile, email the Student Success Center firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in making an appointment)
For Bounce Back students:
If you have a Bounce Back hold, check your Wildcat Mail for your Bounce Back notification to determine if you need to complete the online workshop or meet with an advisor.
- If you need to complete the workshop, log in to Canvas and click on the “Bounce Back Workshop” course. Follow the instructions in the course to have your hold expired.
- If you need to meet with an advisor, complete the steps listed above to schedule an appointment. Be sure to select “Bounce Back Hold” when scheduling.
For more information see the Bounce Back webpage.
Schedule with a Specific Advisor
Student Services Center, Room 140
Student Success Center
Weber State University
3885 W Campus Dr, Dept 1132
Ogden, UT 84408-1132
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.