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Students

Create dynamically-generated course of study planners based on your degree requirements with seamless integration with your universtiy's course catalog.

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Educators

Generate semester plans with BecomeAlum's PlanView™ to set the stage for efficient and effective academic advising sessions.

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I really like the semester and prerequisite checking functions of BecomeAlum. These helped me build a plan that is more accurate. I have friends who haven't made a plan and they are just now realizing they will probably have to be here an extra year.– Josh
Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise

I really like how simple it is to input my data and see my progress towards my different majors.– Jessica
Biology & Nutrtion

While a few human development students find us as freshmen, the vast majority of our undergraduates discover our major through one of our entry level courses or word-of-mouth, so many students come to us as sophomores or even juniors. Because our students have so many different career interests in the human services they are often double majoring or working on a minor. This makes for some complicated decision making as students grapple with pre-requisites, major requirements, and restrictions on when courses are offered. It was for all of these reasons that we jumped at the chance to incorporate BecomeAlum course planning into our curriculum. The BecomeAlum plan of study is actually an assignment in one of our early classes, assuring each student takes ownership of their education. In addition, BecomeAlum provides composite reports of all student plans which helps our Department plan how often and how many sections of classes to offer, an especially valuable tool in times of scarce resources.– Mary Ellen Verdu
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Dept. of Human Development Virginia Tech HD