Viewing Your Academic Advising Report
The requirements for graduation are included in the Academic Advising Report (AAR) that is available to you in MyNEVADA. You may access the report directly from MyNEVADA or through the Student Center. You can also select to view this report as a PDF. If your PDF does not load, please check your pop up blocker settings in your internet browser. Since the PDF will load in a new window you will want to make sure to allow pop up's from this site.
To access your Academic Advising Report from MyNEVADA, navigate to My Academics and then click on the My Academic Requirements tab under the My Degree Progress/Graduation" category.
To access "My Academic Requirements" from the Student Center, navigate to "Academic Requirements" in the drop down menu under the "Academics" tab.
At the top left of the report, in the box labeled "Current Academic Objective" your current Career/Program/Plan information is displayed. The report that follows describes the graduation requirements for the Program/Plan and requirement term listed.
If you have submitted an application for graduation, your "Graduation Status" is also displayed. Click the "Expected Graduation Term" link for an explanation of your graduation status.
The Academic Advising Report (AAR) includes University, College, Major, and Minor requirement groups. Each group is designated by a heavy blue bar. By default the blue bars are collapsed when the report is opened if the requirement group is complete. Following is the AAR for a student who has completed all graduation requirements.
Within each requirement group are requirements, and within each requirement are requirement lines. Click on the green arrows at the left of each item to see the detail. A status of "Satisfied" or "Not Satisfied" is reported at each level.
The legend at the top of the report explains the symbols that appear in the "Status" column on the course grid after students enroll and complete required courses.
Transfer grades display as numeric values on the report. In the example below, 400 is equal to a grade point value of 4.00 and a letter grade of "A".
When coursework taken elsewhere does not have a direct equivalent at Nevada, the course will be evaluated as (DEPT) LELC or (Name of Department) Lower-Division Elective.
A "Notes" column appears in the course grid when exceptions have been written on a student record. Click the hyperlink to see detail on the exception.
Seventeen courses are required to complete the following requirement line. Nine of the fifteen courses the student has taken are displayed by default. To see the remaining courses, click the "View All" hyperlink at the bottom right of the course grid.
To identify the two remaining required courses, take a screen shot of this course grid and leave it on your desktop. Then click the "View Course List" link at the top left of the course grid.
Please direct questions regarding your graduation application to your academic advisor.