»About WebAdvisor

WebAdvisor is a web interface that allows you to access information from Chapman University's administrative database. Its function is to provide students direct web access to portions of their academic and financial records, as well as the ability to register via the web. Information available to students includes their personal course schedule, transcripts, financial aid award information, and their academic program evaluation information. WebAdvisor's faculty component provides class rosters, grading, and advisee information.

+-Tutorials: How to Use WebAdvisor for Students

  • Registration (Powerpoint)
  • Registration (PDF)
  • WebAdvisor for Students (Powerpoint)
  • WebAdvisor for Students (PDF)
  • Apply for Degree Conferral (Powerpoint)
  • Apply for Degree Conferral (PDF)
  • Program Evaluation (Powerpoint)
  • Program Evaluation (PDF)

+-Tutorials: How to Use WebAdvisor for Faculty

+-User Name and Password Information

To access WebAdvisor, you must enter your Chapman User Name and Password on the login page. User names and passwords are provided to students once you apply to Chapman University. New faculty members will receive their Passwords at the beginning of the term in which they teach. The login information will be required in WebAdvisor when accessing any Student Information.

Students who lose or forget their user names or Passwords may call the Service Desk at (714) 997-6600 for assistance. To ensure the security of usernames and passwords, this information will not be sent through email. You may request that a letter be sent to the permanent address on your student record in our computer database, or to obtain this information by phone, you must identify yourself with the following:

  • Full Name
  • Student Id Number
  • Last four digits of your Social Security Number
  • Dates of attendance at Chapman University

+-Computer Error Messages and Internet, Software and System Questions

If you experience technical difficulties when accessing WebAdvisor, you may find on-line help from Chapman’s Computing Self-Help Guides.

If you get the error message "For security reasons you have been timed out," the problem is most likely your computer's date and time, or your browser may not be set to accept cookies. Step by step instructions to correct this is posted on the Web Advisor link from the Mac or PC category of the Self-Help Guides.

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