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DegreeCheck is an unofficial audit of your coursework to determine whether you are on track for graduation. It matches your academic history against your degree or certificate requirements in the college catalog.

How to View Your DegreeCheck

Follow these simple steps to view your personal DegreeCheck. 

The report generated from DegreeCheck will display requirements that have been met and those that are remaining. You must be a degree-seeking student to have a DegreeCheck audit.

DegreeCheck includes the following features:

Audit Feature

The audit feature in DegreeCheck will list requirements needed to complete your degree and/or certificate based on courses taken or currently in progress.

'What If' Feature

The "what if" feature in DegreeCheck will allow you to analyze how courses could apply to different degrees and/or certificates. The feature:

3 Steps to Declare or Change Your Major
  1. Career Development can help you investigate your strengths, interests and skills and provide options for careers and majors that will help you succeed.
  2. Counseling can answer your questions about programs, degrees and academic requirements.
  3. Student Records will explain the forms, procedures and instructions to help you complete the process.

GPA Calculator

The GPA calculator in DegreeCheck will show your estimated cumulative GPA after you fill in hypothetical grade information.

Advice Calculator

The advice calculator in DegreeCheck will allow you to see what is needed to meet your desired GPA. To access the advice calculator in DegreeCheck, select the "GPA" tab and then select "Advice Calculator."

Update Frequency

DegreeCheck is updated nightly, so changes made will not appear until the next day. Also, your record may have pending changes that require processing, such as a change of major or recent transcripts received that need to be evaluated officially.