DARS has been upgraded to include new functionality. Soon, Temple students admitted in fall 2016 or later will be able to view an 8-semester “Roadmap” for their major. Additionally, they will be able to create their own “Plans” to map out the progression of the coursework needed to graduate in 4 years! Advising departments will … Continue reading
Category Archives: DARS
The DARS Exception Manual has been added to the Resources page. DARS Exception Manual
The DARS Self-Service Features Workbook has been added to the Resources section. DARS-SelfService-Features-Workbook-for-Students
DARS Self-Service Student Documentation has been added to the Resources page. DARS-SelfService-Student-Documentation
The University announced an upgrade for DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System) on September 13th. This upgrade provides increased functionality with the latest technology and includes a Self-Service application. Students and Advisors will be able to use the Self-Service site to request audits of degree requirements, view course history and review transfer credit evaluations. Temple students … Continue reading →
Academic and Faculty Advisors can also access DARS through http://tuportal.temple.edu. Log in, click on the Self-Service Banner link, and then the Faculty and Advisor button to access the Advisor Menu to request a degree audit. A training guide will be in the Banner Resource Center tab, under the Student menu and list of “Training Materials and Recorded Sessions.” … Continue reading →
DARS for students pursuing a Music major are still in progress and will ONLY display the General Education requirements at this time. Please contact the DARS Staff with any questions.
The DARS Exceptions User Manual has been added to Advisor Documentation. DARS_Exceptions_User_Manual
The DARS Self Service Audit Workbook has been added to Advisor Documentation. DARS-SelfService-Audit-Workbook
New and improved features of DARS include: a convenient list of student’s courses; a new interactive audit that uses pie charts and bar graphs to show degree progress; and the ability to use the “Planned Course” feature, so that students can make more efficient course selections in future registrations.