What is ‘UM Achieve’?
UM Achieve gives you a Degree Audit that shows how your courses apply to a degree program. UM Achieve is available 24/7.
Why would I use UM Achieve?
It can help you answer questions like…
How do I get to UM Achieve?
Log on to UM Achieve through JUMP under the ‘Students’ tab
How do I use UM Achieve?
Who else can use UM Achieve?
Academic Advisors, Career Consultants and often the front office staff in the Faculty offices can run degree audits when they meet with students.
How can I look at my own audit?
Click on ‘Run Declared Program’
This will generate an audit for the program you’re currently registered in. Students who began their programs prior to Fall 2015 should work with an Academic Advisor to determine whether or not degree requirements are being met.
How can I explore programs?
Click on ‘Run a What-if Audit’
This will generate an audit for any degree program you might be interested in exploring. After running a ‘What-if audit’, you should meet with an Academic Advisor to review the audit to be sure you are interpreting the results correctly.
What’s a Catalog Year?
Every year, changes to degree programs can happen. The Catalog Year identifies the set of degree regulations that apply to a specific year.
How do I read my audit?
Watch the video tutorial: https://youtu.be/QYFaEyJ31v0
What does IP, LPIP, VW, AW, AU, CR mean?
When should I run a degree audit?
UM Achieve is live, which means it has the most up-to-date information from your student record. Some important times to run your audit are:
Why does my course have zero credit hours?
A course will have 0 credit hours because:
If none of the above applies to you, and you have questions, please contact your home faculty Academic Advisor.
What should I do if my UM Achieve audit doesn’t match with the regulations in the Academic Calendar?
I have more questions. Who do I talk to?
Please contact your home faculty Academic Advisor.
Last updated: October 2019