The following tools and resources are offered and supported by the Office of Advising & Academic Services.
The degree audit is an online reporting tool used to track your progress toward degree completion. Your degree audit is available under the "My Academics" tab in Catalyst.
Create My Schedule
Create My Schedule is a class scheduling tool that allows you to generate possible schedules and visually compare course options to find your optimal class schedule.
My Graduation Plan
My Graduation Plan is a tool that lets you plan courses, compare majors, explore careers, and track degree progress.
Most advising centers at UC use My Bearcat Network for appointment scheduling. My Bearcat Network is an online scheduling tool that allows you to conveniently make appointments with your advisors, instructors, and select campus services.
Advising center directory
The advising center directory provides an overview of all advising centers at UC and how to contact them.
The Advising Portal is a one-stop-shop for everything advising-related. To make it easier for you to find what you are looking for, resources are grouped by subject area and by alphabet.
Math Placement Assessment
A math placement assessment is required to determine your math readiness and ensure you are enrolled in appropriate level math classes.
A student handbook is a compilation of resources related to a college’s academic policies, program outlines, and student support services and initiatives. Most UC colleges utilize student handbooks, whether as an actual document or a web page.
15 to Finish
Completing the right number of credits each semester is important to make sure you stay on track to graduation with as little student debt as possible. To this end, 15 to Finish was launched as a national initiative to inform students of their options and the importance of not taking fewer than 15 credits each semester, if possible.
Other resources and tools
Stay a Bearcat
Select graduate programs offer a more direct path for current undergraduate students to continue their education at UC. These programs may have alternative entry requirements or offer qualifying students admission, based on certain criteria.
Majors and programs
Search among more than 300 undergrad majors and programs and learn more about admission requirements and courses.