The Advisement Report is a tool for undergraduate degree students that shows all the courses that you have taken or are enrolled in as well as those courses needed in order for you to graduate.
You can use the Advisement Report to:
As you work your way towards graduation, this report reflects your progress and gives details of the courses you still need to take in order to graduate.
The Advisement Report is unofficial, may contain inaccuracies and is subject to change. It does not represent an irrevocable contract between the student and the university.
If you are enrolled in your final course, semester or year of study and are planning on graduating, you must submit an Application to Graduate by the deadline date published in 'Significant Dates' in the Undergraduate Calendar. Go to How to Apply to Graduate for step-by-step instructions.
Every time you change your course selections, you should run the Advisement Report to ensure that your changes have met your requirements.
You can access the Advisement Report through the Academics tile on your home page.
Click the View My Advisement Report menu item.
Click the View My Advisement Report link.
This page provides information about who can use the report and where to find complete information about its uses and limitations.
You may wish to print a copy of the Understanding my Advisement Report page now, so you can refer to it when you view the report.
Click Expand All.
This is your Advisement Report. It shows all the graduation requirements for your currently active program and plan(s).
This shows a list of courses that meet one of the requirements.
To help you interpret what you see on your Advisement Report, click the Advisement Report Help link in the top-right corner of the page.
The Advisement Report is only a tool to aid you in selecting courses appropriate to your program. You are ultimately responsible for ensuring that you have met all university requirements for graduation as set out in the official Ryerson University Undergraduate calendar. If you have any problems understanding your Advisement Report or have questions or concerns about fulfilling these requirements or about any limits, restrictions and variations applicable to your program, contact your Program Department.