APAS

Your APAS (Academic Progress Audit System) report lists your degree requirements, summarizes your progress, and explains what you will need to do to complete your declared degree program. Information is available about how to graduate in 4 years.

APAS draws its information from your official student record; therefore, each time the report is processed you can be assured that it contains the most up-to-date information.

Check your APAS report at the following times:

  • When you register for classes
  • When you change your registration (i.e., drop or swap a class)
  • Before you meet with your advisor
  • When you are ready to apply to graduate
  • After grades are posted

View your APAS for your declared program(s)

APAS reports display for only one campus at a time. If you have declared programs on more than one campus, you will need to change the campus view to see your APAS reports for the other campus. You can change the campus view in the "Settings" menu.

The default APAS setting is to run an APAS that will display on your screen. If you would like a PDF version, you can select that option in the "Advanced Settings" above the “Run Declared Programs” button.

Text instructions

  1. Log into MyU and select the Academics tab. 
  2. Click the APAS link.
  3. Click the Run Declared Programs button at the bottom of the page. It may take a few seconds to load.
  4. When the APAS has finished running, check the date created to make sure you select the most recent APAS.
  5. Click the View APAS link for the APAS you would like to view.
  6. View your APAS.

Visual guide

To open the guide in a new window, use the full-screen version.

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View a what-if APAS

Running a What-if APAS allows you to see how your credits would apply to a specific program that is not your declared program. 

If you have transfer coursework and are considering a new program, you should consult with the advisor of that program to see how your transfer credit would apply. More information about transfer credit evaluation for major or minor requirements is available.

To run a What-if APAS for a program on a different campus, you must first change the campus view. You can change the campus view in the "Settings" menu. 

The default APAS setting is to run an APAS that will display on your screen. If you would like a PDF version, you can select that option in the "Advanced Settings" above the “Run Declared Programs” button.

Text instructions

  1. Log into MyU and select the Academics tab. 
  2. Click the “APAS” link.
  3. Click the “Run aWhat-if APAS link.
  4. Select the appropriate college and program. The catalog year automatically populates the current term.
  5. Click the “Run What-if APAS” button at the bottom of the page.
  6. View the What-if APAS.

Visual guide

To open the guide in a new window, use the full-screen version.

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History of coursework

The 'History of Coursework' section in APAS includes your transfer coursework and any Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Post-Secondary Education Options (PSEO), and College in the Schools coursework.

If a transfer course doesn’t come in as an equivalent, refer to your Transfer Record of Articulated Courses (TRAC) and/or speak with your advisor.