You have two similar reports to choose from when reviewing advisees' progress toward their degrees. The reports are the Academic Requirements Report (ARR) and the Course Enrollment Planning Report (CEPR).
The ARR is the report most advisors prefer, because it is more truly a degree progress report. See ARR or CEPR: Which Report Should You Use? for more details about the differences. Instructions for viewing and working with the CEPR are the same as for using the ARR.
Track your undergraduate advisee's progress with the interactive Academic Requirements Report. Find out how to generate an Academic Requirements & Course History PDF. Link to further information about Course History.
Use the ARR to advise students, but make sure your advisees’ student records remain confidential at all times. This means that you:
If you choose to print an ARR or an Academic Requirements & Course History PDF, make sure that you keep it in a secure location and you shred all paper copies when you no longer need them.
Choose your report according to your purpose:
1. Academic Requirements Report (ARR)
Purpose: To provide focus on unsatisfied requirements to guide enrollment decisions.
Details: The ARR never includes classes in the student's enrollment Shopping Cart. Use the ARR to evaluate degree progress based on course history and current enrollments.
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2. Course Enrollment Planning Report (CEPR)
Purpose: To explore the effect a class might have on degree progress before enrolling in it.
Details: Use the CEPR to help plan enrollment by previewing how a given class might affect unsatisfied requirements. It includes any classes in the student's Shopping Cart, along with completed and in-progress classes. Otherwise, it is the same as the ARR.
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