Get Mentoring & Advising

Weber offers mentoring and advising services to support students through the college experience. Not only do mentors and advisors offer resources and tools to help you succeed in college, but they also offer friendship and a support system that advocates for you! Many of these resources are free because you already paid for them with your student fees. All resources on campus are available to all students with a valid Wildcard. Concurrent Enrollment students may be unable to access all of these student services because they do not pay student fees.

Academic Advisor

Find your advisor for your specific college or generals. 

Academic Advisor

Mentoring Programs

Get help with all things college from your supportive peers.

Mentoring Programs

academic peer coaches

Get tips from your peers on study strategies and more.

Academic Peer Coaches

Career Mentors

Career mentors at Career Station work with students to develop or edit resumes and cover letters, practice job interviews, and learn more about LinkedIn and Handshake.

Dean of Students

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students responds to general student concerns and helps students find solutions to their specific problems.

Disability Services

DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring) is a national organization for higher education students. The DREAM program offers peer mentors to help with navigating college, learning how to advocate for yourself and they are an all-around support for you.

Dream Services

Undocumented students receive assistance with access and transitioning to WSU (primarily for the Ogden School District), assist students with receiving in state tuition, scholarships, and being retained at WSU. In addition, we provide trainings for schools or community partners wanting to know how to best serve undocumented and DACA students.

First-Year Learning Communities

Helps make the transition to college easier by making sure that students have a positive support system including specially designed learning communities (2 - 4 classes together), mentoring/tutoring, and events and activities for first-year students.

First Year Experience students

First-Year Experience

FYE is a class you sign up for to help you transition into college. The class will introduce you to other students, WSU services and more.

First-Year Wildcat Scholars

Offers extra help in College English and math. Student must have a Math Placement of 1, 2 or 3 AND English Placement of 1 or 2. Students get personalized advising and FREE textbooks in the first year.

student moving in to housing

Housing & Residence Life

Join a Living Learning Community within Housing & Residence Life and find support from peer mentors also living in housing.

International Students in cultural attire

International Students

The International Student & Scholar Center advises international students.

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LGBTQ+ Center

Find a welcoming and safe environment for the LGBTQIA+ community, families, friends and allies.

Veteran student

Military Affiliated Center

Get advisement on admissions, registration and paying for your education if you are eligible to receive GI Bill benefits.

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Nontraditional Students

Peer mentors offer advisement on starting college as a nontraditional student.

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Trula is a program that pairs students with a trained and certified peer coach to help overcome day-to-day frustrations like time management, exam anxiety, or simply needing an accountability partner. Trula offers free one-on-one sessions by phone or video.

students studying


Check out all the free tutoring available to WSU students. 

Women’s Center

Join our Sister Circle for discussions that highlight different issues surrounding identity, empowerment, and systemic oppression.