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Academic Information Systems
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Academic Career Planning
All of these services can be accessed through the Academics section of the Student Center.
Available through the Student Center, Smart Planner is a planning and scheduling service that provides automated course selections, real-time progress to degree dashboards, and ensures that course requirements are met.
Sac State Scheduler
Also known as the Student Schedule Planner, this service allows students to add courses, breaks, and generate possible schedules that can be used to aid class registration decisions. You can generate viable and conflict-free semester schedules.
Progress to Degree
Progress meters provide students with a visual tool for viewing how much progress you're making towards your degree. This includes progress towards completing General Education and Major courses.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
AcademicWorks provides a central location where available university scholarships at Sacramento are accessed. There are over 600 scholarships awarded through the various selection committees through Colleges, Departments, and Organizations on campus.
Financial Aid Meter
Contained in CMS Campus Solutions, the Financial Aid (FA) Meter raises the awareness of financial aid lifetime limits and how they relate to graduation dates. The FA Meter is located in the Finances section of your Student Center.
Catalog and Scheduling
Managed by Space Management, Astra Schedule is the university's comprehensive event and facilities scheduling service. Information is provided by Catalog and Schedule in CMS SA.
Sac State Class Schedule
The Sac State Class Schedule provides public access to the university's course catalog, scheduled times, and available enrollments.
Catalog and Schedule (CMS)
CMS Campus Solutions contains the official university course catalog and schedule. It gives departments the ability to add faculty to courses, units, and enter room and schedule information.
- Generally, the Catalog and Schedule modles are only available for designated college staff and the University Registrar's office.
Course Catalog (CourseLeaf)
Powered by CourseLeaf, the Course Catalog gives students information about courses offered. This includes information different academic programs, an A-Z course list, and General Education requirements.
Curriculum Workflow (CourseLeaf)
Managed by the Office of Academic Services, Curriculum Workflow is used to analyze, facilitate, and monitor proposed changes to the university curriculum.
Grading and Registration
CMS Campus Solutions
Also known as CMS SA, CMS Campus Solutions stores and manages all student-related information for the university. In addition to driving grading and registration processes, it also provides data to many other university services such as the Student Center, Faculty Center, and Canvas.
- Generally, Grading and Registration modules are only available for designated college staff and the University Registrar's office.