Degree Audit Report for Students (DARS)
The Degree Audit for Students (DARS) is a comprehensive academic audit that matches a student’s academic history with his/her degree requirements. The DARS report is a great advising tool. It’s available to students and to advisors via the web 24/7, and it’s always current.
DARS reports are available for undergraduates who entered HSU in fall 2003 or later. Some of these students have partial audits that monitor all-university requirement (units, general education, diversity & common ground, etc.) but do not encompass major requirements.
How to access your advisee's DARS (Step-by-step instructions): http://training.humboldt.edu/doccenter/jobaid.php?f=fcRunDars
Review the audit with the student. If you and your advisee think the audit is not accurate, contact the Office of the Registrar, x 4101. Ask for a transfer/graduation counselor.
If you encounter a technical problem with the audit, or have ideas, comments, or suggestions about the structure of the audit, please contact Lianne Montano, x 6201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.