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What is JagTrax? 


Provides an easy-to-read worksheet that helps see how completed courses fulfill degree requirements and which degree requirements still need to be completed.


Maps out the academic journey for students from their first class to graduation.


Gives advisors the required information to guide students in their academic journey and provide personalized advice based on their students’ goals.











JagTrax users can request one on one training via Teams! Email to schedule training .



How to Access JagTrax
Navigating the Degree Audit



How to Access JagTrax
Navigating the Degree Audit
Updating Advisors in Banner



JagTrax is a Web-based tool to help students and advisors monitor student progress toward graduation

Faculty can access JagTrax via POUNCE.

From the Main Menu:

  1. Select Faculty Services
  2. Select Advisor Menu
  3. Select JagTrax for Faculty/Advisors
  4. A new window with JagTrax will open

Students can access JagTrax via POUNCE.

From the Main Menu:

  1. Select Student
  2. Select JagTrax for Students
  3. A new window with JagTrax will open
  • Any current student in a participating program.
  • Any Academic or Faculty advisor.  If you are unable to view JagTrax, contact the Data Stewards at

For some advisors, the assignment of the advisor to the advisee in Banner is required to review their record in JagTrax.  Appropriate Banner access is required to add an advisor to a student record in Banner.

If you have already been provisioned the appropriate access, follow the instructions for Updating Advisors in Banner.   

If you or your departmental administrative assistant need access, please complete the System Access Request Form.

Please contact the Data Stewards at if you have any additional questions. 

Yes, JagTrax lists degree requirements in a block format. 

  • Remaining requirements are identified by a red circle within each block.
  • Completed requirements are identified by a green circle within each block.
  • In-Progress requirements are identified by a blue circle within each block.

Grades are updated in JagTrax at the end of each semester after the completion of "End Of Term Processing."  Once processed, grades are viewable in JagTrax following the nightly refresh.

There could be many reasons that information in JagTrax is not up to date.  A few of the most common are listed below. 

  • JagTrax may not have been refreshed since an update was made to the student record.   A refresh is completed nightly.
  • There could be outstanding paperwork that must be completed. For example, if a grade change is pending, it is possible the form has not yet reached the Registrar's Office.

Feel free to contact the Registrar's Office at regarding information not being up to date.

Any  discrepancy should be brought to the attention of the Registrar's Office.

Some of the common problems and solutions are listed below:

Discrepancy Solution
The major on the worksheet is wrong and/or the concentration doesn't appear on the worksheet. Submit a Student Record Update form to the Registrar's Office at to have this information updated.
The requirements for my major are wrong. Review the catalog term that appears on each of the blue bars that separate the sections of the worksheet. This is the catalog used to build your requirements. Contact the Registrar's Office at if the catalog year should be changed.
Permission was granted to substitute a course but is it not showing in the audit trail in JagTrax. Once the advisor and department chair approve a substitution, it must be sent to the Registrar's Office at to be updated in JagTrax.

JagTrax is an unofficial audit of coursework, as well as an outline of all degree requirements. A transcript is your official university record and must be requested using the link below.

Augusta University Official Transcript

A degree audit can be reviewed at any time, but it is recommended to do so at least four times a semester:

  • Before registration
  • After registration to ensure courses apply to program requirements
  • After grades for each semester are posted
  • Any time changes are made to your student record


Yes.  Choose the printer icon from the top right menu bar. 

JagTrax uses the information listed on your official transcript.  In addition to completed and in-progress requirements, JagTrax will list outstanding requirements.  All updates made prior to the last refresh will be available for viewing in JagTrax.  JagTrax is refreshed nightly.

A course substitution should be completed when a student is following the curriculum for the correct catalog year, but took a course in place of another.

Users receiving the error message should close all browsers including Banner, clear your cache and history, then try logging in again.  If you still receive an error message please email

**If you are an AU student in addition to your advisor role, please contact regarding your "Access Denied" error.**

Students will be added to JagTrax upon acceptance.

There may be several reasons why a student does not have a JagTrax audit.  If the student ID number shows "No Student Data Exists" in JagTrax that could mean:

  • the student has an inactive student status
  • the catalog year listed for the student is not accurate
  • the student status does not permit the receipt of degree

If you see exceptions that have become "Un-Enforced" please contact

Non course requirements are not tracked for degree progression and will be removed from the listing during the next system upgrade.

  • Regents GPA: The average of every grade received at Augusta University, including repeated courses. This cumulative GPA is used in determining eligibility for scholarships and academic awards.
  • Institutional GPA: The average of grades received in all courses taken at Augusta University, including only the most recent grade for courses that have been taken more than once at Augusta University and are not repeatable for credit. If an undergraduate student repeats an Augusta University course (except courses which may be repeated for credit such as WELL activity courses), then the new grade earned, higher or lower, replaces the former grade in calculating the Institutional GPA. This GPA is used in determining graduation eligibility as well as whether or not a student is placed on academic probation or academic suspension.
  • Transfer GPA: The average of grades that have transferred in from other schools.  Transfer work may be used to determine eligibility for academic awards.
  • Overall GPA: The average of all grades earned in college level work.