Student Success Center - Bounce Back


If you are a General Studies student on academic warning, probation or suspension, you must complete the Bounce Back Program to avoid a hold that will prevent you from registering for your next semester.

To be considered in good academic standing at Weber State University, a student must maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 or better. The goal of Bounce Back is to help students better succeed academically in college (i.e., surpass this minimum requirement). Keep in mind that some programs at WSU have a higher minimum GPA standard.  

 

 

First-time* Bounce Back Student 

  1. Go to weber.edu/bouncebackstudent to complete the following steps:

    Step 1: Academic Self-assessment
    Step 2: Pre-workshop Evaluation
    Step 3: Bounce Back Workshop and Semester Study Plan
    Step 4: Post-workshop Evaluation

    You will need to know your eWeber login username and password to access these items.

  2. Schedule a Bounce Back Follow-up appointment with an academic advisor in the Student Success Center by calling 801-626-6752 or emailing studentsuccess@weber.edu from your Weber email account. If you live more than 50 miles away, you can schedule a phone appointment.

  3. Attend your Bounce Back Follow-up appointment. 

Return* Bounce Back Student

  1. Schedule a Bounce Back Return appointment with an academic advisor in the Student Success Center by calling 801-626-6752 or emailing studentsuccess@weber.edu from your Weber email account. If you live more than 50 miles away, you can schedule a phone appointment.

  2. Attend your Bounce Back Return appointment.

If you have an academic hold, it will be expired by the end of the workday following completion of these items.

Your academic success is very important to all of us in the Student Success Center, so please contact us if you have any Bounce Back Program questions. After you complete the Bounce Back Program, we will email you an evaluation so we can continue to receive feedback on how we can best help students succeed academically. We look forward to working with you!

*Not sure if you are a First-time Bounce Back 
Student or Return Bounce Back Student? Check your hold description in your eWeber portal. Note that if you have completed the Bounce Back Program in a previous semester, you will be considered a First-time Bounce Back Student if you are put on academic warning, probation, or suspension again two or more years after completing the program.