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What is Stellic?

Stellic OU's new degree management tool. Stellic's robust features allow
you to view and plan your degree progress. With Stellic, students can track
their progress and ensure on-time degree completion.

Benefits of Stellic

  • Allows students to track their progress towards graduation in real-time
  • Provides transparency of program requirements
  • At-a-glance schedules and progress tracking
  • Collaborate with your advisor and get their feedback on your plan


Getting Started

After logging into Stellic using your OU Health Sciences credentials, you will land on your default 'dashboard' view. This page gives you a quick glance at your current programs, schedule, and academic progress. It also includes any recent messages and a quick view of your academic calendar.

Stellic Student Page

 Track Your Progress

In the ‘Track Progress’ Tab, you’ll be able to see your basic info - including degree, GPA, and your classes for the current term. You can easily check on how many classes you’ve taken, planned, or (most importantly) still have left to map out! The progress bar shows at-a-glance how many courses/credits you have completed, registered/planned, or have left to plan.


Scroll down, and you can view the entire list of requirements for your program(s) in the audit. If you click 'official' you'll see only classes or programs you have taken or officially registered. The 'planned' version will show you everything you've already planned out with Stellic.


You also have the option to view your full audit, a compact version, or just the requirements you have remaining. Click on a remaining requirement will bring up course information, or a list of courses eligible for that requirement. 

Within each category of classes, you can see specific constraints (rules for which courses can count). Click the 'constraint' box next to the requirement's title to get the details for what can count in that category.

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Symbols Overview

Various icons in the audit indicate whether or not you have completed a requirement, are currently taking it, or have yet to complete it.

Green check Green checkmark: The course/requirement has been completed. These are already taken and passed classes, or requirements that are completely fulfilled. These will remain the same in the official and planned audit.
red box Red box: The course/requirement still needs to be completed. In your official audit, any section not taken or registered will show as red. In your planned audit, any section that is not yet in your plan will be red.

Double check

Yellow double checkmarks: The course is currently being taken this term.


Yellow single checkmark: The course/requirement is in the plan and will be satisfied once completed. Official = only classes registered for the current semester will show in yellow. Planned = all the classes you already have planned out with Stellic, even years ahead, will show yellow.

Red Numbers in box

Red numbers in a red box: The number of remaining courses for a requirement. Non-course requirements are not included in this total.

green chainlink

Green chainlink icon: The course is double counting with a requirement in another program. Hover over the link symbol for details on where the class is double-counting.

Green Arrow

Green circular arrow: The course has been taken more than once. This icon only appears if the course has been taken more than once and isn’t permitted to count for more than one requirement.

Red Circle

Red circle with an exclamation point: The course is taken/registered but not counting for the requirement. (Ex. A course that doesn't have a high enough grade to fill the requirement, or a course that is counting for a different requirement instead.) You'll also see these courses at the bottom of the audit, under Unmatched Courses.

Double headed arrow

You may (depending on the settings of your school) also have a double-headed arrow icon next to the course name. This indicates that the requirement is being filled by a course that your institution has designated as equivalent with the course noted in the audit.

Constraint symbol

This symbol indicates that the course is counting for a requirement because of a constraint added on a higher level (parent) requirement. For example, you may have a constraint in Requirement A that expects students to fulfill a total number of credits. Nested within Requirement A might be Requirement B, which has a “fulfill any” constraint with a list of courses. Students only need to take one course from the list to fulfill Requirement B, but the audit may show additional courses matching to fulfill Requirement B in order to meet the total credits required by the parent Requirement A. Those additional courses would show this symbol.


Unmatched Courses - These are courses that are taken or in plan, but that do not count towards anything in the audit, even the unit total. They could be unmatched because the letter grade is not sufficient to fulfill the audit, or because another course is filling the audit instead. 


Plan Your Path

In the ‘Plan Your Path’ Tab, you can view and plan out each of your terms individually. You can easily see just the courses you have left to plan out, and add them to the term you choose. Stellic will let you know if the course is not available in that term.

The Tentative List on the right side of the page will only show courses that still need to be planned, so it’s a great place to work from. Just grab a course and drag it to your chosen semester.


You can also search for specific classes using the "Add to [Term]" button within the planner or the "Search Courses" tab in the right sidebar.  We'll highlight classes linked as prerequisites or co-requisites. 


Alternately, you can look through the Progress view, or you can drag and drop classes between terms, so feel free to adjust until you have the perfect timeline!  If you are in a lock-step program at OU Health Sciences, your pathway will depend on available course offerings. 


Schedule Term

In the ‘Schedule Term’ Tab you can plan out course sections and times for the upcoming term (as long as the course schedule has already been released for that term). 

You can also change or modify sections already showing in your weekly view.  Click the drop down arrow on the course in the Activities sidebar to see alternative sections.  You can hover over each section to see it on your weekly view.  Click to select the new section. 


There’s lots more to do with Stellic, so please explore! If you have any questions about how Stellic works, just click the icon in the lower left of your Stellic window. (Questions about why certain courses count or don’t are still best sent to your advisor.)