The degree audit is an academic advising document that maps a student's degree requirements against their academic transcript. The purpose of the audit is to provide information to assist in academic planning and appropriate course scheduling (policy 32-50).
- Degree Audits are available to all currently enrolled undergraduate degree students by accessing eLion or request a current audit on a "walk-in" basis from their department office, advising center or campus registrar.
- Students with more than one major/option or with minors will have separate audits produced for each program.
- Students thinking about changing their major or adding a minor can request a "what if" audit. This audit will assist in determining how courses they have already completed would apply to the new major or minor and what courses they would need to complete.
If a student feels that their audit is not correctly analyzing their program requirements, they should contact their department office or advising center.