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Program Advising Guides

Below are the advising guides for all undergraduate CLAS programs, along with guides about how to read a Degree Audit (DARS) report.


Biology Advising Guide
Guide to reading a BIO DARS report

Chemistry Advising Guide
Guide to reading a CHE DARS report

Clinical Lab Science Advising Guide
Guide to reading a CLS DARS report

Communication Advising Guide
Guide to reading a COM DARS report

Computer Science Advising Guide
Guide to reading a CSC DARS report

English Advising Guide
Guide to reading a ENG DARS report

History Advising Guide
Guide to reading a HIS DARS report

Liberal Studies Advising Guide
Guide to reading a LIS DARS report

Mathematics Advising Guide
Guide to reading a MAT DARS report

Philosophy Advising Guide
Guide to reading a PHI DARS report

Psychology Advising Guide
Guide to reading a PSY DARS report

Sociology Advisinig Guide
Guide to reading a SOA DARS report

Visual Arts Advising Guide
Guide to reading a ART DARS report

Info/Instructions: DARSweb for Students

Enter DARSweb for Students

University of Illinois at Springfield students can view their degree audit report through DARSweb for Students. This report is an unofficial audit of degree progress and includes all completed courses, as well as those currently in progress.

The self-generated web audit does NOT take the place of regular academic advising sessions. It should NOT be used to make decisions about future course selections, but should instead be used as a tool for degree planning.

It is the student’s responsibility to confirm official degree progress by consulting with an academic advisor in his/her designated degree program. In addition, please note the following:

  • Degree audits will list day-old data. Since they are not live reports, changes made to a student’s record (e.g., dropping a course) are not immediately reflected.
  • Transfer course articulations may be incomplete if a student runs an audit for a degree program that is not his/her currently designated program in our system.
  • The DARS system is available from 6 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. daily (note: the system is unavailable between 1:00 a.m. and 6 a.m.)