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View your advisee's course history with the interactive Course History page in SPIRE. Link to further information about the Academic Requirements Report and how to generate an Academic Requirements & Course History PDF.

View the Course History Page

  1. Navigate to your advisee's Student Center.
  2. On the Student Center tab:
    • From the other academic... drop-down list, select Course History.
    • Click the double arrow icon (Go). The Advisee Course History page for your advisee opens. See Work with Course History, below, for further details.

Work with Course History

 

Use Course History to advise students, but make sure your advisees’ student records remain confidential at all times. This means that you:

  • Cannot share these records with an advisee's parents without the advisee's consent.
  • Cannot share these records with other UMass employees without a legitimate academic purpose.

If you choose to print Course History or an Academic Requirements & Course History PDF, make sure that you keep it in a secure location and you shred all paper copies when you no longer need them.