The Academic Progress Audit System (APAS) is a tool for both students and advisers. The report provides progress information towards general education requirements, majors or major/minor requirements, and degree completion. Students cannot graduate until all APAS requirements are completed. APAS is the “Document of Record” used to certify completion of the degree. It is archived with your permanent records after graduation.
- prior to registering to review which requirements need to be completed;
- after registering to confirm that new classes meet requirements;
- when grades are posted to review courses counting towards graduation;
- to explore majors by using the “what if” option;
- regularly to confirm graduation requirements as completed, especially during your senior year.
APAS-Make it Green
- You cannot graduate until your APAS shows all green checkmarks and no red Xs!
All students will benefit from discussing academic plans with their advisers before registering. Students with 59 credits or less are required to meet with their advisers before registering.
- Register »
- Your Registration Time »
- Enrollment Summary »
- Your APAS report for courses/categories you need to graduate.
- Class Search »
- Class Schedule »
- Schedule Builder »
- Course Descriptions »
- Symbols and Abbreviations Key »
First Day of Class Policy
The Mandatory Attendance at First Class Session policy states that a student must attend the first class meeting of every course in which he\she is registered, unless a student obtains approval for your intended absence before the first meeting. Without this prior approval, a student may lose his\her place in class to another student.
Students must officially cancel classes if denied admission due to failure to attend the first class meeting.
Repeating a Course Policy
The University of Minnesota registration system enforces the one repeat rule* as defined in the Grading and Transcripts policy. Students may repeat a course one time. In addition, if space is not available in the class, a Morris student who earned a grade of C or higher or an S in a particular course may be denied enrollment in that course. The University registration system will not allow students to register for a course they have already taken twice. Attempting to register for a course for a third time will result in an error message in the registration system.
*Repeat rules do not apply if the repeated course carries the same course designator and number but the content differs each term, or if the course is designated “repetitions allowed.”
Grades GPA Calculator
The Morris campus adheres to the Universitywide standard Grading and Transcripts policy.
Seniors, students with 90 or more completed credits
There are several procedures that you must complete in order to apply for graduation, receive your degree, participate in commencement, and receive your diploma. All students must apply to graduate. Please note graduation related deadlines on the essential dates calendar.
- Apply for Degree »
- Degree Application Frequently Asked Questions »
- Update Degree Application »
- Commencement Eligibility »
- Graduation Checklist »
- Degrees with Honors/Distinction »
- Diploma Information »
- Financial Aid Information for Degree Applicants »
- Graduation Events »
- Degree Conferral Dates »
- Spring 2012: May 10, 2012
- Summer 2012: July 27, 2012
- Fall 2012: December 13, 2012
- Spring 2013: May 9, 2013
- Summer 2013: July 26, 2013
First-Year Students, Sophomores, and Juniors
The two most important resources to ensure timely graduation are your APAS report and your adviser. While annual planning with an adviser is required for all students who have not completed 60 credits, it is recommended that all students regularly meet with their advisers to coordinate general degree requirements with major, minor, and licensure requirements that will lead to graduation. A course load of 15 to 18 credits each semester is generally required to graduate in four years. Keep your APAS report up-to-date with your major(s), and check it frequently to monitor progress in both your major and your general education requirements.