Your Academic Advisement Report (sometimes called your AAR or degree progress report) is the most vital tool you can use to track your work toward your degree. Throughout your academic career, make sure to monitor your progress by using the Academic Advisement Report tool in the Student Center.Learn how to read your Academic Advisement Report
Your Academic Advisement Report
What’s the difference between a degree map and an Academic Advisement Report?
A degree map, or iGPS Plan, is one tool you can use to plan your semesters. The standard degree map shows one possible path to graduation in your major, but you’ll have the opportunity to forge your own unique path.
Your Academic Advisement Report, or degree progress report, shows how far you’ve come, and what requirements you still have to meet. Use this tool to:
- Produce a progress report for your current major
- See how in-progress courses apply to your degree program
Create a “what-if” report
You can also create a What-If Academic Advisement Report that allows you to:
- Produce a progress report for a different major or minor
- See how in-progress courses can apply to a different program
- Add courses to determine how they apply to your degree program
- Add possible future courses to see how they will apply to a different program
Be aware that “what-if” reports are unofficial and may be inaccurate. You should always talk with your academic advisor for a more accurate report or to determine how future courses might count.Go to the Student Center