The Academic Progress Report (APR) is a record of a student's progress toward completing degree requirements.
It is a summary of the completion of overall degree requirements (for example, common curriculum requirements, major and minor requirements, and electives) including grade point average (GPA). The APR is intended as an advising tool only; it is not a transcript.
APRs are available through PioneerWeb for students in all undergraduate degree programs and most graduate degree programs.
Undergraduate students should print an APR via PioneerWeb for use in quarterly meetings with academic advisers. See below for instructions for accessing, printing and interpreting your APR.