Planner is an advising tool that helps students map out a journey toward academic program completion and graduation. Academic plans allow students and advisors to lay out a sequence of courses that fulfill remaining program requirements. Note that an academic plan is just one possible path to graduation. A plan isn’t a promise or a guarantee.
Please note: Planner will be launched in phases to different groups of users. More communication will be forthcoming about its release.
Academic plans allow students and advisors to lay out a sequence of courses that fulfill remaining program requirements. Note that an academic plan is just one possible path to graduation. A plan isn’t a promise or a guarantee.
There are the new Transfer codes developed in order to better represent our Transfer policies and acceptable Transfer credit. You can find out more information on our Transfer course codes page.
Swipe left (scroll right) on the timeline of terms to reveal future terms.
For a course on your plan, you can click on the 3 dots and select "More Information” to see more info on the course and when it is offered. For a requirement in the sidebar, click on the “i” icon.
You can have many plans, but only one may be Active. Locked plans can’t be modified by students.
Courses that you still need to complete based on your chosen major (but aren’t in your plan in a future term) will show in Still Needed. This includes incomplete courses in a past term in your plan, and courses in the current term you haven’t registered for. Courses disappear from still needed when they’re in the plan in a future term, or are already completed, or are currently in-progress or preregistered, or that you’ve transferred in with an official transcript. If the course requirement in your plan is a Choice (where a number of courses will meet the requirement), it will disappear from Still Needed once you’ve chosen one of the options.
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This is best done from a computer browser. Make the browser window full screen. Then, in your plan, click the icon with three stacked lines to the upper left of your terms. Also click the icon that shows an X with arrows to the upper right of your terms. Then, print screen (command-p or control-p), and in the dialog box select the landscape layout/orientation and a custom scale of 24 percent (experiment with this depending on your number of terms and browser). Finally Save/Print or “Print using the system dialog” to save as PDF.