Planning is an important component of your career of intellectual inquiry at Washington University. Our web-based curriculum planning application – PlanIT – helps you explore and organize your choices. Accessible through WebStac, PlanIT links to your internal record, allowing you to design, revise and chart your curriculum based on your actual and projected course selections. In short, PlanIT gives you the power to plan how to satisfy IQ Requirements in a way that satisfies you.
By the end of March, sophomores in Arts & Sciences must "nominate" a Plan to show one way they can complete all requirements in time to graduate. PlanIT then becomes a tool to help students track and amend their paths toward completing their academic goals.
The following videos give simple how-to instructions for using PlanIT.
If you’ve never made a Plan, watch the videos in the given order. If you have questions about a specific step, go straight to the video that covers that step.
- How to Create a New Plan
- How to Track Progress Toward Core and Area Requirements
- How to Plan for Remaining Core and Area Requirements
- How to Plan the Integrations
- How to Nominate a Plan
- How to Edit a Current Plan
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What do the colored shapes mean in my plan?
A. As students choose and complete requirements they see the following status icons in their plan:
For one-on-one assistance, visit a Dean of the Day