An important part of planning your courses each term is reviewing the coursework and requirements you have already completed in order to assess the progress you have made towards completing your degree.
Academic Progress Report (APR)
The Academic Progress Report (APR) is a tool available to you that is designed to track progress toward completion of degree requirements, including:
- University of California (UC)
- UC Berkeley Campus (American Cultures requirement)
- College of Letters and Science requirements (e.g. 7-course breadth and Essential Skills)
- Major and Minor Requirements*
*More work is needed in the APR to accurately track completion of requirements for all majors and minors. About 1/3rd of all majors use the APR. Check with your Undergraduate Major Adviser or Minor Adviser for guidance on how to verify progress towards major requirements or minor requirements.
Some majors and minors do not use the APR, so you may need to double check these requirements with the appropriate Undergraduate Major Adviser or Minor Adviser.
How to use the APR
Please review the Central Evaluation Unit's webpage on the Academic Progress Report for an overview and common questions related to the APR. You may also view the video below for instructions on how to use the APR. However, if you are confused by your APR, L&S Advising can help. See a L&S Peer Adviser in the residence hall, our intake staff, or meet with an L&S College Adviser to review it with you.
Note: If you have any incomplete or missing grades you do not intend to finish in your academic record, we recommend seeing an L&S College Adviser to review your unit counts.