6. If required, read the FERPA statement and click Continue. Now you will be in a representation of the student's PASS CX Dashboard.
Note: There is a statement at the top of the page, "Acting As..." followed by the student name.
7. Click on the Academics menu in the CX Dashboard to Expand it.
8. In the Academics menu, select What-If.
9. Read the What-If Information at the top of the page.
IMPORTANT: Degree Program Changes on the student's current AAR may not be reflected on the What-If.
10. Click View Report. NOTE: This will only be available if a What-If AAR was previously generated.
12. Similar to the regular AAR, requirements are grouped together. They are called Academic Requirement Groups. Academic Requirement Groups will be marked with NOT SATISFIED or SATISFIED.
CAUTION: SATISFIED includes courses that were entered as a Course Scenario and also courses in progress, so if the student never enrolled in the What-If course, or dropped or failed an in progress course, a Requirement Group may no longer be fulfilled.
a. To see how all of the satisfied Requirement Groups were projected to be fulfilled with a course scenario the student entered, click on View PDF. Although a requirement group will be fulfilled by a What-If course, it doesn't indicate the course is a What-If course as clearly as the PDF, which will display what if courses with the course type "WH".
b. In this example, the Group is not satisfied, because Requirements within the Group are not satisfied. Each Requirement Group may contain one or more Requirement. In this case, the Requirement Group, has three Requirements, one of which is satisfied, and two are not.
c. If there is an arrow by a Group or Requirement, you may continue to drill down for additional details.
CAUTION: This is an example of an In progress course fulfilling a requirement. If this course is dropped, the requirement will again become NOT SATISFIED. What If courses can also satisfy requirements. There is no way to tell on the html version that the course is a What If course. It is recommended to instead run the PDF version of the What If AAR to look for What If courses. See the links below to see how to run the PDF What if.
Use the bread crumbs at the top of the page to return to previous screens. Click or select the "..." to see additional details.
13. Scroll down the report and see the Requirement Groups that are not yet satisfied. The report will provide details on how to fulfill the Requirements and/or Requirement Group. Requirements are made of Requirement lines. The symbol at the requirement line for not satisfied, is slightly different.
14. Click View Courses to see what courses are either fulfilling the requirement or may fulfill it. If there are available section of a course a View Sections button will appear. Click on it to see the available sections.
15. The goal is to have all University Requirements, General Education, Major/Minor/Emphasis groups marked as SATISFIED by courses that have been completed. Be sure to not be including courses that are either planned, course scenarios, or courses that are still in progress.
If you have any questions about the What-If AAR, contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com or 608-342-1321.