Degree Audit FAQ
Instructions to run an audit are found on the How to Access and Run a Degree Audit Report Page.
If you graduated several years ago, the requirements for your major may have changed since graduation. Please contact your advisor (if available) or department for the documentation needed.
Degree audit reports do not replace advising.
Advisors enhance the advising process by providing timely information about academic programs. The degree audit tracks course and requirement progress, eliminating manual record-keeping and to allow your advisor to spend more time helping you plan your academic goals. Keep in mind any adjustments to be made to your major degree must be approved by the appropriate dean's office. It is a good idea to always bring your degree audit when meeting with your advisor.
- The Student Portal may not be available when system maintenance is scheduled. If the system is down, please try again at a later time.
“In Progress” courses are listed in the audit with *** in the grade column.
Take a copy of the degree audit when you meet with your advisor and take any documentation or information that may be helpful in addressing your question.
You can run a "What If" audit to see how your course work might apply to another major or degree program.
Running a "What If" degree audit does not change your major. If you decide to change your major, see an academic advisor in your new proposed major for an evaluation.