Stellic Frequently Asked Questions

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Stellic is a great place to explore the requirements for your chosen major or to explore other concentrations!

A Pathway is a recommended sequence of courses for an individual program or major. If your institution has chosen to build guided pathways, you can use a pathway to get started with your degree plan and then add/remove courses that suit your needs from there. Pathways can also include guidance for extra-curricular activities, such as internships, clubs, or volunteer opportunities that could lead toward your ideal experience after graduation.

No. Stellic is a planning tool. While you will be able to view your degree requirements and drag and drop future courses into your plan to see what is possible, you still need to contact or meet with your advisor to confirm that your plan will meet all graduation requirements.

Contacting your advisor is easy in Stellic! You can click the envelope icon on the top right of your profile to send a 1:1 message to your advisor. You can also click the Request to Review button at the top of your plan.

To add an advisor, go to the top right corner and click on your name. From there select Settings and then select Sharing Plan. You can add an advisor here, and choose what kind of access that have on your plan.

The green bar indicates courses that you have already completed. The golden yellow bar indicates courses that are currently in progress (in the Planned view, this will include all courses you have added to your plan, and in the Official view, it will include courses for which you are registered but have not yet completed). The gray bar indicates the remaining number of courses you need to fulfill the various requirements in your plan.

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