Academic Advisement

Scheduling an Appointment in Navigate

There are two ways you can make an appointment through Navigate.

Mobile

DSU’s Navigate Student Mobile App. It’s easy… and it’s free. Just download Navigate student from the App Store or Google Play, and log in with your Dnumber/username and password.

  • You will need to answer a few questions.
  • Then click on the Appointment/Schedule icon.
  • Choose Make a New Appointment.
  • Choose what type of appointment you want.
  • Then pick a time that is available and convenient for you.

Download the App
Google Play | App Store

Desktop

The other way to schedule an appointment is through Navigate student desktop page. You will want to sign in with your d number with a lower case d. Also it might help to use the incognito mode in your browser so that your cookies from other DSU sites don’t automatically add a capital D.

Schedule Appointment

FAQs

What is my Dixie ID?

If you are fully admitted to the university you should have a Dixie ID.
If you have forgotten your ID or password Look up your Dixie ID, Username, or campus email
If you are not fully admitted to the university and you want to make an appointment please refer to the Advisement webpage and reach out to an advisor directly https://advisement.utahtech.edu/advisors/

Why am I being redirected to this page a page?

Why am I being redirected to this page a page? You might have your DSU username saved with a capital D. Try again with a lowercase d. If that doesn’t work it might to

  • clear your cache and cookies
  • use an incognito mode (for Chrome), new private window (for Firefox) or private browsing mode in Safari.
How do I clear my cache and cookies?

Keyboard Shortcut for Most Browsers

If you are using Internet Explorer, Edge, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox you can quickly clear cache with a keyboard shortcut. While in your browser, press Ctrl + Shift + Delete simultaneously on the keyboard to open the appropriate window.

IMPORTANT: Be sure and close/quit the browser and restart it after clearing the cache and cookies.

Google Chrome Clearing Cache and Cookies
  • Open Google Chrome.
  • Open the Menu in the top right-hand corner.
  • Select More Tools > Privacy and click Clear Browsing Data.
  • Make sure you select Cookies and Cache.
    Note: All other boxes may remain unchecked according to your preference.
  • Click Clear browsing data to delete your cache and cookies.
Apple Safari Clearing Cache and Cookies
  • Open Apple Safari.
  • Open the Menu in the top right-hand corner and select Preferences.
  • Select Advanced.
  • Check the Show Develop menu in menu bar box.
  • You now have the Develop menu available.
  • Select Empty Caches from the Develop Menu.
Mozilla Firefox Clearing Cache and Cookies
  • Open Mozilla Firefox.
  • Open the Menu in the top right-hand corner.
  • Select Options > Privacy and click Clear Recent History.
  • Select Everything as the time range, then click details to select what you would like to delete.
    Note: Make sure you select Cookies and Cache. All other boxes may remain unchecked according to your preference.
  • Click the Clear Now button to delete your cache and cookies.

If it directs a page on the right then it means that you are “accidentally” using a capital D with your login. You might have your DSU username saved with a capital D. Try again with a lowercase d. If that doesn’t work it might help to use the incognito mode (for chrome), new private window (for Firefox) or private browsing mode in Safari. This will help so your saved usernames from other DSU sites don’t automatically add a capital D. Sometimes it helps to use another browser where you don’t have any saved passwords; ex. Firefox instead of Chrome. If you want to make this a more permanent fix you can erase your save passwords from the DSU sites in your favorite browser. You can then save the new password with a lower d. Most other DSU sites will accept a lowercase d but Navigate will not accept an uppercase D.

How do I use Incognito Mode or other private browsing?
Google Chrome: Open Incognito Mode

Google Chrome remains the most used browser on the market, and calls its private browsing mode “Incognito Mode”.

On Windows and Mac

You can spawn an incognito window by clicking the special menu in the top-right corner of the browser window. On Windows, it will be three line and on macOS, it will be three dots. Then, choose “New Incognito Window”. (You can also access this option from the File menu on a Mac.)

Alternatively, press the keyboard shortcut Control+Shift+N on Windows or Command+Shift+N on a Mac.

Mozilla Firefox: Open a Private Browsing Window

Firefox simply calls their mode “Private Browsing”. Like Chrome, it can be accessed from the menu in the upper-right corner. Just click “New Private Window”. (You can also access this option from the File menu on a Mac.)

Alternatively, press the keyboard shortcut Control+Shift+N on Windows or Command+Shift+N on a Mac.

Safari: Open a Private Browsing Window

Safari is the original purveyor of private browsing and as such, will also let you surf in a private window just like the others.

Th While private browsing is enabled, the location bar will be greyed out and a band along the top of the new tab window will indicate that you’re in private browsing mode.

Private Window option is accessible from the File menu or by pressing Shift+Command+N on your keyboard.

Contact

Craig Demke

EAB Manager

Email: Craig.Demke@utahtech.edu

Phone: 435-879-4443