CATT Peer Mentoring
CATT (Creating Achievement ThroughTransition) is a student run organization who strives to help create a supporting and learning environment where students with disabilities can come and learn the necessary skills to succeed in college courses and after college. Peer mentors help teach these skills and provide an environment of support and understanding to help motivate students.
CATT is a volunteer organization facilitated by students with disabilities, transitioning students will become peer guides for future participants. We have monthly meetings along with providing mentoring to students.
Our mission is to identify motivated college-bound students and pair them with a peer guide to increase their success throughout the transition process.
Contact: Email: CATT@weber.edu | Phone: 801-626-6413
Be A Peer Mentor
As a peer mentor with CATT you will help students navigate their transition to the University environment. THIS DOES NOT MEAN TUTORING.
I Want A Mentor
To be part of CATT you need to be registered with the Disability Services.
WildCATT Experience Day
WildCATT Experience Day is an all-day campus experience with behind-the-scenes views of college life. It is a day to learn about campus support and services, as well as a chance to meet current students with disabilities who are succeeding in college. WildCATT Experience brings select high school seniors with disabilities to campus to find out what it's really like being a Wildcat! We are looking for juniors and seniors on track for graduation, planning to attend college, and considering Weber State University.
- WildCATT Experience for high school seniors: November 5
- WildCATT Experience for high school juniors: March 25