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Degree Progress Report (DPR)

1. Check your Degree Progress Report to review which courses you have completed and which of your degree requirements have yet to be satisfied.

2. Your Degree Progress Report can be found in your Student Center (see instructions below).

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Student Center

3. Log in to my.calpoly.edu

4. Find your Student Center under "My Apps" on the left-hand side of your My Cal Poly Portal homepage.

5. Use the Student Center to see your enrollment appointments and check for holds (Note: holds will prevent registration).

6. Access your Degree Progress Report, Degree Planner, and Schedule Builder through your Student Center.

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Degree Planner

7. Use Degree Planner to plan your current and future quarters.

8. You can add classes, drop classes, and/or update grading options in your Student Center up until the 8th day of instruction (excluding holidays and weekends). Update your Degree Planner, if needed.

Learn more about Degree Planner ›

Find your Flow Chart ›

Learn more about course term typically offered ›

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Schedule Builder

9. Access Schedule Builder to see what classes are offered. You can create and save multiple schedule options.

10. During your enrollment appointment: Select the desired schedule from your saved list and register for classes directly from Schedule Builder.

Learn more about Schedule Builder ›

Learn more about selected topics ›

Learn more about the public class schedule ›

Degree progress report

Degree Progress Report (DPR)

11. Check your Degree Progress Report again after registration to confirm that the classes you have registered for are satisfying the degree requirements you expect.

12. Once you find out your final grades for the term, visit Degree Planner to adjust your future plan, as needed.

Learn more about the DPR ›


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First Time Freshmen Block Schedule

All first time freshmen will have their fall class schedule created for them. Your class schedule will be based off of your major, survey responses, and credit through Advanced Placement exams, IB, or community college credit.

You will get your block schedule in August and more information will be shared with you at Student Life Orientation Days (SLO Days)

More about your Fall Block Schedule

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