Please first contact your academic advisor in regards to rectifying any program, requirement, course, or transfer credit question. Academic advisors are best suited to confirm whether or not the information is accurate and can take the appropriate action to resolve any issues or problems.
- The degree audit tool allows students and advisors to run coursework through curriculum and track academic progress towards graduation. Audits may be run on a student’s default program or other programs within their level at the university. Running a “What If” audit does not change a student’s actual program.
- When checking one’s academic progress, it is recommended to run a new audit each time to ensure that any new grades or registrations are included.
- The degree audit is not the student’s official university academic record. The transcript is the official record of completed work.
- The Office of the Registrar currently manages degree audit systems for all colleges/schools except CPS graduate programs. CPS graduate students should contact the CPS advising office for more details.