Please be aware the University of Oregon will be closed December 25 and January 1.
Additionally, the Office of the Registrar will have an administrative closure December 24 and December 26-31.
We will be available by email at email@example.com December 26-28 and December 31.
UO Degree Guide for Faculty and Advisors
The Degree Guide is an interactive tool designed to assist faculty advisors and students with degree tracking. In addition to viewing and updating a student’s degree guide for their current major, faculty advisors can view a student’s course history and run a “What-If” guide for a new major.
Be sure to log out
When finished, you should always log out and close your browser to protect the student's personal information from being accessed by subsequent users.
Based on the most recent University Catalog requirements
The University of Oregon Catalog contains complete details for all academic programs at the University of Oregon. The "What If" degree guide uses the most recent University Catalog requirements.
Final Exam Week Considerations
The "Update Degree Guide" and "What If" functions are not available during finals week and the week after final exams. This ensures that students who have grade holds are not able to view their grades via Degree Guide. However, during this period the University Registrar will update all Degree Guides daily for all students without a grade hold.
"What If" guides are purged nightly
All "What If" degree guides are deleted from the system every night.
"What If" guides for a double major only apply the degree, major, and minor restrictions to the first major.
Second Major Restrictions
Professional degrees, Educational Foundations, and Family and Human Services majors do not have the option to choose a second major under the "What If" guide.
Not all General Limitations are applied to a "What If" guide. For example, if a music or dance major runs a What-If Guide, the guide will not apply the limits correctly for the music or dance classes.
What if Guides Are for Undergraduates Only
Graduate, Post-baccalaureate and Law will not have the option to run a "What If" guide.