Students should frequently review their degree audit at least four times a semester. You should review your audit:
No. Your Degree Works audit can replace neither an official, nor an unofficial transcript. It is solely an evaluation tool to provide you with academic information related to your degree progress. It displays the courses required and completed in your degree program.
Your academic transcript is your official university record and provides a chronological list of courses, and the associated earned grades, completed in your academic history. Your official transcript must be requested from the Office of the Registrar.
Degree Works is refreshed nightly. Any changes made will be updated and available the following day.
Catalog Term is the academic term for which a degree candidate must meet documented graduation requirements. University graduation requirements and each academic program's curricular (major, minor, or certificate) requirements are officially documented in the University Catalog). Your Degree Catalog term is normally the term in which you entered the degree program. Your Major/Minot catalog term is normally the term in which you declared the major/minor (with some exceptions, especially the Freeman School of Business). If a catalog term says “Undeclared,” you have not officially declared that program of study and should consult your advisor.
A degree candidate seeking to change the "Catalog Term" in Degree Works should consult their academic advisor. Only after consultation with and approval from the advisor can a catalog term be changed.
Yes, it is possible. A student with multiple majors can have different Catalog Terms for each program depending on when the major was declared. When declaring the major or minor, students and advisors should identify and clearly document the set of major requirements to be followed.
Degree Works will be extremely helpful in scenarios such as the following: