Run your degree audit to review your degree progress each time you change or schedule classes and before each semester begins.
•Sign into Banweb
•Select the ‘Current Students’ tab
•Locate Academic Information and Click on ‘Undergraduate Degree Audit’
•Click the ‘Run Audit’ box. Do not use the drop down menu. Just click ‘Run Audit’
•and WAIT; then click blue link/major name. Carefully review your report.
A Degree Audit is a document that lists the requirements for your major. It shows your completed and registered courses and your remaining credits/courses to complete.
A Degree Audit is specific to a major and “Catalog Year”, which is usually the academic year you began, or later.
“Catalog Year” is the academic year of requirements.
If you began in Fall 2016, then your catalog year is “Fall of 2016”, and is designated as “201608” on your degree audit. If you began in spring 2017 or summer 2017, then your catalog year is “201608” because the academic year begins with fall semester and ends with summer. Catalog year designations end in “08” because the academic year begins in the 8th month.
Degree Services Department processes degrees and verifies requirements have been met before awarding your diploma. You can view requirements for majors, minors and certificate programs on the Degree Services website and access information pertaining to GRADUATION!
Meeting all requirements for a degree is the student’s responsibility. Meet with your academic advisor regularly to help you understand degree requirements and for help with planning to meet those requirements.
A “Final Degree Audit Review” with your academic advisor (a “degree audit” advising appointment) is required in the semester before your graduating semester.