New Student Tutorial
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New Student Tutorial Welcome to the College of General
Studies
New Student Tutorial
There are many resources to assist
you at the University of Pittsburgh, and
academic advising is one of them. You
will work with an assigned academic
advisor throughout your degree
program in the College of General
Studies. Your advisor will offer you
counsel as you progress toward
completing your educational goals. Purpose of the New Student Tutorial
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce
you to those tools. The tutorial should
take approximately 30–35 minutes to
complete and must be completed prior to
your first advising appointment.
There are several quizzes throughout the
tutorial to help you understand how to
correctly use the student planning tools.



Expectations Upon
Completion of the Tutorial
To understand the degree requirements
necessary for your Major/Program Plan.
To understand and know how to use your
Academic Advisement Transcript as a
map for your degree progress and
creation of your course schedule.
To be able to login to PeopleSoft and
search for appropriate and open courses.
To create a tentative course schedule.


Tutorial Overview
Section 1

A
ccessing the Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT
)
Section 2

R
eviewing the Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT
)
Advanced Standing
Unofficial Transcript
Unsatisfied Requirements
Section 3

G
eneral Education and Major/Program Plan
Requirements
Section 4
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New Student Tutorial
Welcome to the College of General Studies New Student TutorialThere are many resources to assist you at the University of Pittsburgh, and academic advising is one of them. You will work with an assigned academic advisor throughout your degree program in the College of General Studies. Your advisor will offer you counsel as you progress toward completing your educational goals.
Purpose of the New Student TutorialThe purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to those tools. The tutorial should take approximately 30–35 minutes to complete and must be completed prior to your first advising appointment. There are several quizzes throughout the tutorial to help you understand how to correctly use the student planning tools.
Expectations Upon Completion of the Tutorial„To understand the degree requirements necessary for your Major/Program Plan. „To understand and know how to use your Academic Advisement Transcript as a map for your degree progress and creation of your course schedule. „To be able to login to PeopleSoft and search for appropriate and open courses. „To create a tentative course schedule.
Tutorial OverviewSection 1 – Accessing the Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT)Section 2 – Reviewing the Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT) ƒAdvanced StandingƒUnofficial TranscriptƒUnsatisfied RequirementsSection 3 – General Education and Major/Program Plan RequirementsSection 4 – Creating a ScheduleSection 5 – Searching Courses in PeopleSoftSection 6 – Meeting with your Advisor
„What is the Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT)?The Academic Advisement Transcript (AAT) is a tool indicating what course requirements you have fulfilled and what course requirements you still need to complete.„It also acts as an unofficial transcript and keeps a running total of your progress per term.
„Accessing the AATTo access your AAT:„Login to my.pitt.eduin PeopleSoft.„Click on the Student Services tab at the top of the page.„Click “Link to Student Center”in the middle of the page in the Student Toolbox.„Click on Self Service in the menu on the left-hand side of the e.agp„Click on Student Center„Click on Degree Progress in the Academics Section at the top of the page.„Choose University of Pittsburgh for “Academic Institution”and Academic Advisement Transcript for “Report Type.”„Click the yellow “go”button.
Reviewing the AAT: Advanced StandingAn Advanced Standing is an evaluation of your transcript(s) from an outside accredited institution. This evaluation indicates how many courses will transfer to CGS, and what requirements they will fulfill. At CGS, up to 90 credits from a four-year institution, or up to 60 credits from a two-year institution (total may not exceed 90 credits) may be applied to your degree, either to fulfill general education requirements or electives. For more information on Advanced Standing, check out the CGS Advising FAQs.
„„Reviewing the AAT: Advanced StandingAdvanced Standing transfer credits will be listed at the top of your Advisement Transcript. If you went to more than one institution prior to attending Pitt, each school will be listed separately. The courses will appear in the form of Pitt courses:
„Reviewing the AAT: Advanced StandingYou’ll notice in the previous slide that some courses come in as “non-equivalent”and are denoted by “0000”just after the subject name. This means that you will receive credit for the course, but it may not fulfill a requirement, just an elective. This is left to the discretion of your academic advisor. It is always helpful to provide a syllabus and course description for a non-equivalent course to help the advisor decide if the course can be used to fulfill a requirement.
„„Reviewing the AAT: Unofficial TranscriptThe top portion of the transcript will show your name, PeopleSoft ID number, Academic Program History, Advanced Standing (transfer credits), and then your Undergraduate Record.Your Undergraduate Record lists all courses you’ve attempted since beginning at the University of Pittsburgh. „All courses passed, failed, withdrawn, incomplete, or in-progress will be listed.„All grades and quality points for CUM and TERM GPA
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