DARS Program Office Using the Interactive Audit in DARS Web for  Advisor
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DARS Program Office Using the Interactive Audit in DARS Web for Advisor

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DARS Web for StudentAcademic and Enrollment Services, Transfer Articulation & Degree Audit Office(TADA)DARS Web for Student ContentsWhat is a Degree Audit? 3A Degree Audit is NOT 4Logging In 5Requesting an Audit 6Viewing the Audit 7 - 8Interactive Audit (IA) Components 9 - 11Reading the Audit 12 - 13Navigating the Interactive Audit (IA) 14 - 16Course Summary by Term 17Printing and Closing the Audit 18Adding Hypothetical Courses 19 - 20Viewing and Editing Hypothetical Courses 21Using Hypothetical Courses 22 – 23Help with Your DARS Web Audit 24Logging Out 25Enrollment & Academic Services, Transfer Articulation & Degree Audit Office2„„„„DARS Web for Student What is a Degree Audit?A DARSWeb report is known as a degree audit. The DARSWeb degree audits are made available for advising purposes only. It is highly recommended, as well as your responsibility, to meet with an advisor in your college each semester to review your progress toward a degree.A degree audit matches the courses you have completed with the requirements of a particular degree program. A degree audit describes the requirements for the degree program, indicates when requirements have been met, and provides lists ofapproved courses to fulfill remaining requirements.Enrollment & Academic Services, Transfer Articulation & Degree Audit Office3„„„„DARS Web for Student A Degree Audit is NOTA degree audit is NOT an official document. Please report any errors to an ...

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DARS Web for Student
Academic and Enrollment Services,
Transfer Articulation & Degree Audit Office
(TADA)
DARS Web for Student Contents
What is a Degree Audit? A Degree Audit is NOT Logging In Requesting an Audit Viewing the Audit Interactive Audit (IA) Components Reading the Audit Navigating the Interactive Audit (IA) Course Summary by Term Printing and Closing the Audit Adding Hypothetical Courses Viewing and Editing Hypothetical Courses Using Hypothetical Courses Help with Your DARS Web Audit Logging Out
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DARS Web for Student What is a Degree Audit?
„A DARSWeb report is known as a degree audit.
„The DARSWeb degree audits are made available for advising purposes only. It is highly recommended, as well as your responsibility, to meet with an advisor in your college each semester to review your progress toward a degree.
„A degree audit matches the courses you have completed with the requirements of a particular degree program.
„degree audit describes the requirements for the degree program,A indicates when requirements have been met, and provides lists of approved courses to fulfill remaining requirements.
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DARS Web for Student A Degree Audit is NOT
„A degree audit is NOT an official document. Please report any errors to an academic advisor in your college/department. „A degree audit is NOT a replacement for academic advisement. While a degree audit does allow you to follow your progress toward graduation, final confirmation of degree requirements is subject to college approval. „A degree audit is NOT a way to register for courses. The degree audit will help you decide what courses to take but it does not replace the registration processes or forms. „A degree audit does NOT replace official written information, such as the University catalog and other resources that explain programs, policies and procedures. Consult the UIC Catalog for additional graduation requirements and policies.
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To access DARSWeb for Student login to the UIC portal – my.UIC
thpt:s//my.uic.edu/common
/
(Your my.UIC login is the same used to access your UIC email account)
Chose the Academics/Degree Au tabs and click on the DARSWeb link
DARS Web for Student
Logging In
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DARS Web for Student Requesting an Audit
Once you are logged in the Audit Request Screen appears.
Run Default Programs Listed uses your current Degree Program.
Run Selected Programscan use a degree program not currently listed as your default program (commonly known as a “What-If” audit).
Note: both options have the check boxInclude Hypothetical Courses- see Hypothetical section of this guide.
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The newly requested audit appears under the headerAudits in Queue.
DARS Web for Student Viewing the Audit
ClickOpen Auditto select an audit for viewing.
When an audit is complete theAudits in Queueheader disappears, and the new audit appears at the top of theAudits Completedlist.
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DARS Web for Student Viewing the Audit
An audit opens in a new browser window.
Interactive Audit (IA) graphs and charts at the top of an audit supplement the text requirements directly below.
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DARS Web for Student Interactive Audit (IA) Components
At the top of the audit is a header with demographic data including your name, UIN and the program and catalog year that you requested.
Below the header, from left to right, is a pie chart, a vertical GPA graph and two sets of horizontal bar graphs (hours and GPA).
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DARS Web for Student Interactive Audit (IA) Components
The Pie Chart and GPA Vertical Bar Graph.
The top bar specifies what part of the audit the pie chart represents.
When you mouse over a section of the chart, the hours for that section are displayed.
The vertical bar graph next to the pie chart is the GPA of the completed hours represented in the pie chart.
NOTE:says “Audit” thepie chart represents theWhen the bar above the pie chart minimumtotal hours required for the degree. If you have completed more than the minimum, all hours added to the Degree Hours requirement will be represented and the pie chart will be completely green. This does not necessarily mean you have completed all requirements for the degree.
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DARS Web for Student Interactive Audit (IA) Components
The Horizontal Bar Graphs reflect groups of requirements (Categories) necessary for completion of this degree along with the GPA for completed hours.
UIC audits include categories ofUniversity Reqrepresenting campus-wide requirements, College Reqrepresenting requirements for degree programs within a College and additional categories representing requirements specifically related to the major.
The top bar specifies what part of the audit the bar graphs represent.
When you mouse over a section of a bar graph, the hours for that section are displayed.
The colors used are the same as in the pie chart: dark green is completed hours, light green is in-progress hours, purple is hypothetical hours and pink is hours still needed to complete that category.
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