ADVISING RESOURCES for STUDENTS
College success starts with choosing a major that is a good fit for you.
CEHSP Majors course requirements
Two-For-One Grid of Lib Ed & CEHSP Major overlaps
Liberal Education Program Requirements
Credible Sources of Information
A step-by-step guide with live links to what you need, when you need it.
This is where you will find policies, procedures, requirements, and the information you need to know in order to successfully navigate through UMD and graduate.
Your APAS report is part of what academic departments use to determine your acceptance into their program (major). It is also what determines your eligibility for graduation. Make yourself familiar with this document and report any mistakes you see to your advisor immediately.
What you will find on your APAS Report:
- What courses you have completed and which ones you still need (in your liberal education categories and in your major and minor)
- Your cumulative U of M GPA
Your cumulative overall GPA (which includes transferred classes)
- Your GPA in your major
- Lets you know if you have met your international perspective and diversity requirements as part of your liberal education requirements
- Which courses transferred into UMD
- How many total credit hours you have completed and have left to take
Graduation Planner: Choose. Plan. Succeed.
Graduation Planner is an interactive planning tool that pulls information from the UMD Catalog and from your APAS Report together into one convenient place. Use Graduation Planner to:
- Explore the requirements for majors and minors
- Discover what courses you need to take, and when you should take them
- Make a plan that will help you stay on track for graduation
As you know college comes with a lot of new terminology. Therefore, this dictionary was created for you to utilize when you hear a term that you are unfamiliar with.
NOTE: If you think of a term that should be added to the dictionary please email Lisa Kittelson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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