PASS CX - Viewing the "What-If" Academic Advisement Report (What-If AAR) via View Advisees - PDF version
Instructions for viewing your What-If Academic Advisement Report for an Advisee in HCX - PDF version
1. Log into PASS CX
2. In your PASS Homepage, click on the Campus Experience Dashboard Tile on the Homepage
3. In PASS CX, select View Advisees.
4. To the right of the advisee, click Act As User.
5. Read and agree to FERPA terms, if applicable, and click Continue
Note: There is a statement at the top of the page, "Acting As..." followed by the student name.
6. Click on the Academics menu to expand it.
7. In the Academics menu, select What-If.
8. Read the What-If Information at the top of the page.
IMPORTANT: If Degree Program Changes are processed on the advisee's current AAR, they may not be reflected on the What-If.
9. Click Create Report.
10. Read the What-If Information at the top of the page.
11. The advisee's program information will be pulled into the page as a starting point. Follow the steps below to run different scenarios:
Catalog Year Change Scenario
a. Current students may try moving up Fall catalog years from their admit term, but you may not choose a Fall catalog prior to the admit term.b. Update all terms, including the term in the Career Scenario area and the terms in the Program Scenario area. Students may not be in more than one catalog at the same time.
Program Change Scenario
a. Working left to right, update the Program, if applicable, the Plan (Major and/or Minor), and choose a Sub-Plan (Emphasis), if applicable.
b. To remove a program row, click on the trash can to the right. At least one program row is required.
Program Addition Scenario
a. Click Add Scenario. Working left to right, add the Program (College), the Plan (Major and/or Minor), and choose a Sub-Plan (Emphasis, Majors only), if applicable.b. Up to three rows may be added. You may remove a row by clicking the trash can to the right. At least one program row is required.
Course Scenario (Optional)a. Choose a Subject and a Catalog number to run a course scenario.
b. Click Add Course. If there's more than one offering, for example, offered at more than one campus, choose the appropriate campus and click Add To What-If.
c. The term will default to the next future term. You may choose another future term.d. Choose the grade you anticipate to earn.e. You may remove the course scenario by clicking on the trash can to the right.f. You may add additional courses.
Combination12. After the scenario(s) are set up, click Submit Report.a. You may also choose to update a combination of the above.
13. Click View PDF. This may take several seconds. If your report does not come up, be sure to check your pop-up blocker.
14. This view is the PDF Version. The top of the PDF will be titled "Student Self Service What-If Report" and directly beneath, "Career Simulation Report - CAUTION: INCLUDES WHAT-IF COURSES", as to not be confused with the regular AAR or the Planner AAR. What this means is the What-If AAR includes courses that you entered as a Course Scenario and also courses in progress, so if the advisee never enrolls in the What-If course, or drops or fails an in progress course, a Requirement Group may no longer be fulfilled, so it's important to check the regular AAR every term.
When you open the PDF version, you see requirements are grouped together. They are called Academic Requirement Groups. Academic Requirement Groups that to not have a red asterisks to the left and has "Satisfied" in black, bold print, are completed.
Academic Requirement Groups that are not complete are noted in red. Look for a bold, red asterisk * to the left and also Not Satisfied
15. Each Requirement Group may contain one or more Requirement, which are indented below the Group. The requirements turn Satisfied as they are fulfilled, but the * will not go away on the Requirement Group until all of the Requirements under that Group are Satisfied.
16. The Requirement Group or Requirement will contain details below on how to fulfill it. As you begin to fulfill the requirement, courses you took will appear and the details will reflect how much closer you are to fulfilling the requirement. (Term taken and Grades earned will appear as well.) Your goal is to have no red on your AAR. Type refers to how the course was taken, including EN (Enrolled at UW-Platteville), TR (Transfer), TO (Test Out) or WH (What-If).
Remember: A requirement group will look Satisfied on the What If AAR if projected to be fulfilled with in progress and what-if courses. Look at the chart below the requirement to see what is fulfilling it. For What-If courses, the type will be "WH"
NOTE: To see how all of your collapsed Requirement Groups were fulfilled once completely Satisfied, you must look at the HTML version. See below for a link to that KB.
17. The advisee's course history will be listed at the end of the What-If AAR. This will contain all transfer, test out, in-progress courses, and even the What If courses (Type WH - see above). It also notes any repeats taken or being taken.
If you have any questions about the What If AAR, contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com or 608-342-1321.
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