DARS is a system which accesses the University's student record system to create reports for students, advisers and the Registrar's Office showing a student's progress toward degree. The report provides regular updates so students can make informed decisions at registration and avoid unpleasant surprises prior to graduation.
The DARS report serves as a graduation check when you are in your last semester and have declared that you are a candidate for graduation. The DARS system is also used to certify completion of degrees by the Registrar's Office. Read your DARS report carefully and check all information, including your address, bulletin year and major. Familiarize yourself with your DARS report and bring a copy of it with you whenever you meet with an adviser. If you have questions or problems with your report, contact the CCPA academic adviser immediately. Don't wait to resolve questions or concerns.
The DARS report shows the degree requirements for your major and your progress toward degree completion. For CCPA, the report is separated into sections, each showing different aspects of your graduation requirements:
For more information, see DARS on the registrar’s Web site.
Last Updated: 6/16/09