Have I met all my graduation requirements?
Students should be checking their progress towards graduation by reviewing their academic requirements report as well as by working with their program advisors.
Students can access their Academic Progress Report, also known as an “AR”, through the Academic Advising tile on the Student Homepage. Instructions will open in new window.
- Pay special attention to those requirements marked "not satisfied".
- These requirements must be met before the degree can be awarded. Questions regarding “not satisfied” items should be directed to your program advisor.
Exit Interviews, Exams and Survey’s
Exit interviews, exams and surveys are set by the department. Questions regarding the completion of these need to be directed to the department.
108 STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY FOR GRADUATION: The student has the ultimate responsibility for meeting all graduation requirements. The student plans the program of study each semester in consultation with the advisor. The degree requirements listed in the catalog and in the advisement report are binding. Colleges may substitute or waive college-level requirements for individual students. Departments may substitute or waive departmental requirements for individual students.