Registration Tools and Resources
The tool used to register for classes and accessed within the My Cal Poly Portal.
Degree Progress Report (DPR)
Commonly called the “degree audit,” it indicates which requirements have been satisfied and which ones still must be completed.
A student’s unofficial transcript. Students can see AP credit, community college credit, academic progress gauge, and other important academic information. To access PolyProfile, login to My Cal Poly Portal and click on the Academics tab.
Prepared by the Office of the Registrar. The catalog provides a description of colleges & departments, programs, course descriptions, degree requirements, and University Policies that impact students.
Online scheduling system that allows students to plan their schedules for the upcoming quarter.
PolyPlanner is a required planning tool that enables students to select either their course choices or a message for future terms. These plans provide valuable course demand data to Cal Poly, and departments use the information to determine their future course offerings. PolyPlanner data improves course availability and helps students graduate on time. Students must update their PolyPlanner every quarter.
Cal Poly Curriculum
Code that can be obtained from a professor or department. Once classes begin, students need a permission number to be able to add a class to their schedule. Students can add classes during the first eight days of instruction of the quarter (during the add/drop period).