The Degree Audit is a computer-generated evaluation of a student’s progress toward a specified degree program. It is not an official transcript. Use your Degree Audit to check which degree requirements you have met and which you have not met. Audits are available prior to registration and should be brought to each advising session. You may obtain your Audit online and print a copy as needed.
Students should check their Degree Audit each semester to verify that all transfer credit has posted, all courses completed are counting towards the appropriate requirements, to verify that all grades were properly assigned, and to check progress towards graduation.
Using the Degree Audit
Your Degree Audit may at first seem confusing, but following these guidelines will make it easier to comprehend.
- A to the left of the requirement title indicates that the requirement has NOT been met.
- A to the left of the requirement title indicates that the requirement HAS been met.
- A to the left of the requirement title indicates that the requirement will be satisfied with the successful completion of In-progress Courses (current registration).
- A to the left of the requirement title indicates that the requirement will be satisfied with the successful completion of Planned Courses (future registration).
- Beneath Main Requirements are Sub-requirements. These are the courses you must satisfactorily pass to fulfill the Main Requirement.
- Each Sub-requirement is numbered
- A minus (-) next to the Sub-requirement indicates that it has NOT been satisfied.
- A plus (+) next to the Sub-requirement indicates that it has been satisfied.
- A, B, C, D, F – Letter grade for a previous course.
- S, U – Complete or Incomplete grade for a previous course.
- IP – In-progress Course
- PL – Planned Course To Be Taken
- RG – Current Registration
- FC – Future Registration
- W – Withdraw
- NC – No Credit
- Second Letter – Some courses may have a second letter beside the grade (For example: [ENC 1101 – F12 – 3 – A B] ) This second letter indicates that the course is transferring in to UCF from another institution (such as a Community College). The first letter listed is the grade, the second letter is an institution code, so in the case of the example the student received an A in ENC 1101 from an institution with the letter code B. Letter codes vary considerably, from A-Z, so if you see a second letter beside your grade know that just means it is a transfer course.
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