Advising Resources for Students

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Advising Resources for Students2020-09-30T11:11:38-06:00

Advising Resources

Below you’ll find links to several advising resources. Can’t find what you need? We’re here to help.
Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor.

The David Eccles School of Business offers nine majors, arming you with the essential skills to succeed in business. We also offer six minor programs to enhance your undergraduate experience in any major. You will find major-specific curriculum checklists within each major or minor webpage.

We provide easy to use curriculum checklists to assist you with academic planning. Click here.

Apply to the Eccles School, explore and declare a major or minor, and more!  Click here.

View our Eccles Repeat policy, learn how to add undergraduate business courses, etc. Click here.

Be prepared with important dates and deadlines by viewing the Academic Calendar regularly. Click here or go to CIS to view upcoming class schedules and access the General Catalog.

Peer Advisors are student leaders trained in advising to assist with quick questions, navigating CIS & registration, and referrals.  Learn more about our drop-in times, online chat, events, and other ways our Peer Advising team is here to help you! Eccles.link/peer-advising

All continuing, undergraduate, degree-seeking students are required to complete  registration validation. Click here.

Degree Audit helps you stay on track for graduation. Click here.

We award more than $7 million in scholarships annually and also fund programs to provide tuition assistance to student workers. Click here to learn what scholarships are available, how to apply, and important deadlines to get your slice of the pie.

The University of Utah has a GPA calculator to assist you in your academic journey.

In addition to a world-class education, the Eccles school provides a premier experience that includes a dedicated academic advisor, career coaches, internship opportunities, free tutoring, and more. Click here.

Looking for something specific? Check out our FAQ’s, learn more about our professional advising team, and see important advising updates at Eccles.link/advising.

Our Mission

Undergraduate Advising Services at the David Eccles School of Business supports students in realizing their academic and personal potential. Academic advisors partner with students to foster a deeper understanding of their academic programs and connect them with experiential opportunities to meet their goals and needs. In addition, advisors promote an environment of respect, professionalism and collaboration and value each student as an individual.

Our Promise

Your advisor will be accessible to you through advising appointments. You will be able to book between 30 days and 14 hours in advance, and your advisor will strive to meet with you within two weeks of your request. Your advisor will respond to your emails within two business days and follow-up when needed.

Your advisor will be approachable and convey concern and unconditional positive regard for you and your unique interests. Your advisor will respect your personal values and aspirations.

Your advisor will be knowledgeable about academic programs, requirements, policies and procedures. Your advisor will provide information about available resources and refer when appropriate.

Your advisor will make a conscientious effort to get to know you and will partner with you to make decisions. Your advisor will encourage you to have autonomy and responsibility in decision-making.

Your Promise

Take ownership by being informed of the academic calendar and important dates. You are ultimately responsible for understanding academic requirements and university policies.

As a student, you are responsible for communicating your individual circumstances and participating in academic planning with your advisor.

In order to develop an individualized plan that fits your life and goals, engage and actively participate in your advising appointments. To fully benefit from advising, see your advisor each semester and arrive to each appointment prepared with questions, previous academic plans and past appointment notes.

Remain professional by keeping your advising appointments and arriving on time. If you need to reschedule, do so with adequate notice. During your appointment, refrain from distractions such as using your cell phone. Interact with your advisor and peer advisors using respect, consideration and civility. Communicate professionally both in-person and through email.