Academic Advisement

Director: Dr. Jill Grob
Location: Student Service Center, Room 140
Telephone: 801-626-6752 or 800-848-7770 ext. 6752
Internet Address: http://departments.weber.edu/aac
E-Mail: advise@weber.edu

The Academic Advisement Center works to ensure that general studies or undeclared students at Weber State University achieve academic success.

The Academic Advisement Center
Assists undecided students with scheduling courses and planning their academic careers.
Helps students establish a sense of direction and identify possible majors.
Helps students understand issues pertaining to graduation requirements, policies, and procedures.
Provides students with information about campus support services (academic and non-academic) appropriate to their needs.
Coordinates campus-wide advisement.
Assists students in developing a clear understanding of general education requirements.
Assists students in understanding their status on College or University Tier.
Provides counsel and assistance to undeclared students on probation.
Provides counsel and assistance to student athletes.
Offers advising information to all students in the First-Year Experience Program through class involvement.

Office hours at Ogden Campus
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday
Please call 801-626-6752 for an appointment
 
Office hours at Davis Campus
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday
Please call 801-444-3581 for an appointment

One-Stop-Shop

Coordinator: Casey Allen
Location: Student Service Center, Room 140
Telephone: 801-629-7913 
Internet Address:  http://weber.edu/onestop
E-mail: advise@weber.edu

The One-Stop-Shop, under the direction of the Academic Advisement Center, provides services for students enrolled in night courses, individuals seeking WSU information, or people for whom regular business hours are not convenient. The services provided include
Academic Advising for general education issues
Admissions Advising, the "how to" and "what next" of admission to WSU
Financial Aid Counseling, how to apply for aid and document drop off site for new applicants
Graduation sign off for AS/AA degree in General Studies and document drop off site for other degree applicants
Scholarship advising, general information, how to apply and document drop off site
Records and transcript services: unofficial transcripts provided, document drop off for other issues regarding students' records (such as repeat cards, academic renewal, etc.).
Registration: sign students up for classes either on-line, over the phone, or in person
Other department referrals/information on an as needed basis

Hours of Operation
4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. M-Th
Appointments are recommended

Weber State University 2003-2004 Catalog