San Jac GPS will tell you what requirements you need to complete your degree. You can learn the prerequisites and corequisites for courses, see your GPA, and get a breakdown of which classes you’ve completed. It even estimates how long until graduation.
Your user name is your student ID “G” number, including the G.
Located at the top of the page.
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Choose "San Jac GPS (Graduation Catalogs Fall 2013 and Forward)”
The Plans tab shows you a list of recommended classes to take each semester until graduation. Once you know what’s recommended, visit with your advisor to create your final course plan.
The What-If feature is a great tool for anyone considering switching majors. It allows you to see the requirements for the new degree path, as well as how your credits apply to the program. Follow the steps below to get a sense of your options, then meet with your advisor to create a plan.
San Jac GPS pulls information from your current student records. If this information is incorrect, please contact the Center for Advising, Career & Transfer at (281) 998-6150. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The catalog year tells you what requirements you need for your degree based on the year you enrolled. For example, if you enrolled in your program in Fall 2022, then your catalog year is 2022-2023. It’s important to know your catalog year because some program requirements change from year to year.
No. San Jac GPS is a snapshot of your current registration and academic history. Registration and drop/add are still handled through the registration system in SOS.
The Worksheet is not an official transcript. It is an unofficial audit of your coursework, as well as a guide to help you reach your ultimate goal of graduation.
If a course is repeated, only the higher grade counts toward your degree requirements and Worksheet evaluation. If the same grade was earned in both courses, only the first attempt will be counted.
If you withdrew from a course, it will appear in the “Not Applied” block on your Worksheet.
San Jac GPS is programmed to determine which category is the best fit for your completed courses. This placement is not permanent. Courses may change to more appropriate categories as you complete more classes.
There may be instances where a course fulfills a requirement in the wrong place. If this happens, the system will adjust it once you complete the course that correctly satisfies that requirement.
In San Jac GPS, select the “Plans” tab. If you have multiple saved plans they will appear in a list. Click on the plan you would like to view. If you have selected the plan, it will be highlighted in blue.
Under the “View” drop down menu, you will select “Audit”. This will show you a copy of your Worksheet along with the suggested plan. At this time, you are not able to make any changes to your saved plan. If you have questions about the courses on your plan, contact the Center for Advising, Career & Transfer.
No, you can not use San Jac GPS to waive or substitute a course. The steps to do this are:
The What-If feature allows you to hypothetically change your program or major. Your new What-If evaluation will show you what coursework is required for the new program, what courses you have taken that satisfy requirements, and what courses are still left for you to take.
This tool is for information purposes only. What-If scenarios are not saved in San Jac GPS. You will need to run a new What-If scenario the next time you log in to see it again. If you decide to change your major, you will need to visit the Center for Advising, Career & Transfer office.
Set up an appointment with the Center for Advising, Career & Transfer. Together, we will review your worksheet. Preliminary conditions for graduation include specified coursework, a minimum GPA, and residency requirements. If you meet these, you will fill out a graduation application.
A final audit is completed at the end of your final semester. This will determine your graduation eligibility. You will be notified of any missing requirements by the Center for Advising, Career & Transfer.
Please apply for graduation via SOS.
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