Degree Evaluation is the process of generating a listing of course work and requirements that you must complete before becoming eligible for a degree. A Degree Audit is a Web-based tool for students and their advisors/mentors to monitor academic progress toward degree completion.
Our new Degree Audit system provides students and advisors an easy-to-read interactive worksheet, along with other tools such as GPA calculators, the Student Educational Planner (SEP) and the Transfer Equivalency Self Service (TESS) system. The older degree audit system will run concurrently with the new system, until the older system is retired on July 1, 2022.
The Degree Audit Worksheet is intended to be used as an advising tool only; it is not a transcript.
What's On a Degree Audit?
The Degree Audit Worksheet displays a summary of the completion of overall degree requirements. Degree requirements are broken up into cards on the Audit Worksheet. Each Card contains specific degree-related information such as major or secondary major, minor, concentration, common curricula and electives.
Regular Degree Audits Keep You On Track
By undergoing regular degree audits, you can ensure that you're progressing towards your degree within your desired timeframe. You can also use it to help determine whether you're able to pursue electives outside your course of study without affecting your other academic goals.
Degree Audit for Students
Log into my.du.edu and navigate to Student Resources, then to the Records and Requests page. Under the Academic Records section, you will find the degree audit tool. You can also search directly for the degree audit using the search bar at the top of the page.
Degree Audit for Faculty & Staff Advisors
Log into my.du.edu and navigate to Advising Resources, then to the Advising Tools and Resources page. Under the Daily Advising Tools section, you will find the degree audit tool. You can also search directly for the degree audit using the search bar at the top of the page.