Take a look at your UM Achieve Audit. What does it say?

The UM Achieve resource looks at the courses you have taken and what you still need to complete in order to meet the requirements of your program.

You can stay on track in your academic program by meeting with an advisor and using UM Achieve to run an audit (see the requirements needed to obtain a degree); to "test drive" information about other degree programs by running a What-if.

Other student service areas, like Career Services, can use the Audits and What-ifs to work with you on your overall academic plan/experience. 

Students:Be aware that any changes to degree requirements for the next academic year are not available until July. Note that you may experience a temporary lack of access due to normal maintenance outages. If an outage is expected to be longer than normal, this area will contain a special notification.

DISCLAIMER:
The degree audits run in UM Achieve do not guarantee that students have satisfied the requirements for graduation. Students planning to apply for graduation should visit an Academic Advisor in their faculty to assure they have completed all requirements. In the event of a discrepancy between UM Achieve and the Academic Calendar, the Academic Calendar shall prevail.

Programs not available in UM Achieve

  • Clayton Riddell Faculty of Environment
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Nursing
  • Faculty of Social Work

If minors are offered by the above faculties, they are available in UM Achieve.

UM Achieve tutorials for students

Learn how to run an audit to successfully stay on track in your academic program.

UM Achieve Landing page

Starting Out

First Look at an Audit

How to read an Audit

Course History and Applied Exceptions

Selecting a Catalog year

What-Ifs Audits

UM Achieve guide - how to read your degree audit

We’ve broken down some of the most asked questions about UM Achieve