ADVISING AND MENTORING
Your goals have brought you to the University of Utah. As you actively explore the University and your options, engaging with an academic advisor will help you navigate your way to graduation. Academic advisors will assist you in reaching your educational goals, and peer mentors will support you as you connect to resources to enhance your undergraduate experience. We’re committed to your success!
Academic Advising Resources
Students are always encouraged to meet with an advisor with any questions about their academic progress.
The Major Exploration Center helps students explore and decide on a major while also planning out their academic experiences.
Whether you’re looking for a mentor or wondering how to get the most out of your mentoring experience, we can help.
Student Success & Empowerment Initiative
A network of student success advocates that works to help a student understand and engage in high-impact educational experiences for academic goal attainment.
Returning to the U
The U has resources available to assist adult students who left the University close to graduation and are returning to complete their degree.
The Transfer Office guides new transfer students through advising and orientation sessions. A resource for all a transfer student’s needs.
Mandatory Advising Program
Students are required to meet with an advisor at certain points throughout their time at the U. Academic holds are placed on the records of students who do not attend the mandatory advising sessions.
Academic Advising Center (formerly University College) provides students interested in going into law or the health professions with advising on how to become competitive candidates.
The Degree Audit is an advising report that matches student coursework against requirements for a degree program. The report indicates what course work has been completed, what is in progress, and what remains.