TigerPath is a web application that helps Princeton University students plan out their four-year course schedules.
We built TigerPath because we saw a need for Princeton students to have a tool that could help them think long-term about what courses to take and how to fulfill their graduation requirements.
Many students try to manually manage what courses to take and when to take them by using an Excel spreadsheet or pen-and-paper, but any mistake can easily lead to an overloaded semester or a need to take summer classes in order to fulfill missed requirements.
TigerPath aims to solve this problem by providing a platform for students to manage what courses they're taking during each semester and giving them real-time feedback on the major requirements their schedule fulfills and does not fulfill. Our goal is for TigerPath to become a useful, enduring tool that ensures Princeton students are able to stay on top of requirements and graduate on time.
The TigerApps Team actively maintains and upgrades TigerPath.
Jérémie Lumbroso - COS 333 Spring 2018 Advisor
Brian Kernighan - COS 333 Spring 2018 Professor