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What is WebAdvisor? - Admissions and Records

WebAdvisor is Ohlone's online academic management system and is available for free to all current Ohlone students. WebAdvisor provides access to your student account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with short periods of downtime for maintenance as needed.

You use WebAdvisor to:

  • View the most up to date class schedule for the current term
  • Check registration holds
  • Pre-select preferred classes (link) before registration begins
  • Register for classes
  • Drop and Withdraw from classes
  • Waitlist for full classes
  • View placement test scores
  • View grades and GPA
  • View and Print unofficial transcript
  • View account activity and make payments
  • Update contact information like phone number and address
  • Request official transcripts and enrollment verifications
  • Check financial aid status
  • And more!

You can view the class schedule without a WebAdvisor account by selecting the Class Schedule option on our home page or the Search for Classes option on the WebAdvisor Main Menu. For all the other WebAdvisor activities, you must have an account and be able to log in.

Current students or students that have recently submitted an online application are able to create a WebAdvisor account. If you previously enrolled or took classes at Ohlone College but you have been absent, you may need to reapply before you can access WebAdvisor.

How to Create your WebAdvisor Account:

  • Step 1:
    After you complete your application and receive an Ohlone confirmation email with your student ID, select WebAdvisor or go to the link at the top of the Ohlone homepage.
  • Step 2:
    From the options listed on the left side of the WebAdvisor Main Menu, choose the “Sign Up for WebAdvisor access (It's FREE!)” . This takes you to a page with additional WebAdvisor options.
  • Step 3:
    Select the Create Your Ohlone Account option in the first paragraph.
  • Step 4:
    Enter your Ohlone Student ID number in the ID Box, followed by your first and last name, birthday, and zip code. This information must match exactly what you entered on your application.
    Screenshot of the Create Your Ohlone Account / Login Validation form.Figure 1.

    If you receive an invalid data error, please contact admissions@ohlone.edu or call (510) 659-6100 for assistance. You will need to provide the information you entered on the form when you contact Admissions.

  • Step 5:
    Create a unique security question and answer. Make sure your security question and answer are memorable and permanent. For example, “What is my favorite song?” may have a different answer a year from now, but “What was my first pet's name?” will always be the same.

    You will also be asked to create your password. Your password must be between 8 and 16 characters.

    Things your password MUST include:

    • Alphabetical letters (a-z or A-Z)
    • Digits (0-9)
    • At least one special character (example: !*~ )

    Your password CANNOT include:

    • The word Ohlone
    • The word Ohlone
    • Any of your last 4 passwords
    • The characters @ and/or #

    After you create your password, your username will display and you will be able to log into your WebAdvisor account.

Ready to Log In to WebAdvisor?

  1. Go to the WebAdvisor link on the Ohlone home page or click WebAdvisor
  2. Select the Students option on the right.
  3. Enter your username and the password you created.

Forgot Your WebAdvisor Username or Password?

If you can't remember your WebAdvisor Username, go to the WebAdvisor Main Menu and choose the What is my WebAdvisor User Name link on the left. When accessing your username, you will need your last name and your Ohlone student ID number

If you cannot remember your WebAdvisor password, go to the WebAdvisor Main Menu and choose the I Forgot My WebAdvisor Password link on the left. When resetting your password, you will need your student ID number, your name, date of birth, and zip code.

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