STAN Planner

STAN Planner is an interactive tool available in myCSUSTAN to help students be more proactive with their course planning. The user-friendly interface gives you a visual presentation of your path to timely degree completion. The more students use it, the better the university can anticipate and meet course demand.

STAN Planner shows you:

  • The best recommended sequence of courses based on your major and progress.
  • An interactive filter to select courses that best fit degree requirements and interests.
  • Summary of progress in 1 or 2 easy-to-understand pages.
  • The impact of your decisions, such as taking summer classes or changing majors.

Who can use STAN Planner?

Nearly all undergraduate majors and minors have access to STAN Planner. Download a list of undergraduate majors/minors and available catalog years (also known as requirement term).

 

How it works

Q: What is the difference between STAN Planner and STAN Degree Progress?

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Q: Can a student change their major through STAN Planner?

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Q: If a student changes their major, will their new major plan be displayed on STAN Planner?

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Q: Does STAN Planner plan for multiple majors and/or minors?

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Q: Will transfer credits appear in STAN Planner?

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Q: Are substitutions integrated into STAN Planner?

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Q: How does STAN Planner account for changes to curricula and academic policies?

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Inside STAN Planner

Q: How are changes saved in STAN Planner?

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Q: Why are courses appearing under the Unassigned Requirements section?

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Q: What is the difference between an “error” and a “warning” in the message pop-ups?

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Q: What is the difference between “Refresh Defaults” under Edit Preferences: “Refresh Suggestions” on the main screen and “Reset” on Arrange My Plan?

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Questions?

If you have questions about how to use STAN Planner contact Enrollment Services at (209) 667-3264 or visit MSR 120.

Questions about major requirements should be discussed with your major advisor.

Questions about General Education courses and university graduation requirements  can be discussed with an Academic Success Center advisor in MSR 210.