Degree Audit Report Systems

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For students entering Summer 2014 and Later

What is Degree Works

  • A web-based tool to monitor your academic progress toward degree completion by reviewing a degree audit.
  • Degree Works allows you and your advisor to plan future coursework.
  • Degree Works reorganizes your coursework into categories, easily identifying courses you have completed and what courses you still need in order to fulfill your degree requirements.
  • It can also sort your coursework chronologically.

What Degree Works is Not

  • It does not replace an advisor, it is a tool meant to assist both you and your advisor.
  • It reduces mechanical record-keeping tasks and gives advisors more time to interact with students.
  • The DW audit is also not a transcript.
  • It is an internal College document that is not intended to report student achievement to outside parties.
  • DW audits cannot be released by the College without your consent.

Here's Some Help Using and Understanding Your Degree Works Audit

DARS - Degree Audit Reporting System for Students Entering Prior to Summer 2014

What is DARS

  • DARS is a computer-based system developed by Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
  • It provides a cumulative transcript audit for you and your Brockport academic advisor to use when planning your course work.
  • DARS lists all the degree requirements you have already completed previously here or elsewhere and the requirements you'll need to complete at Brockport.
  • For TRANSFERS, your initial DARS report shows only your transfer courses, and projects your transfer status, assuming that you successfully complete all course work in progress.

What DARS is Not

  • The DARS report does not replace an advisor.
  • It is a tool meant to assist both you and your advisor.
  • It reduces mechanical record-keeping tasks and gives advisors more time to interact with students.
  • The DARS report is also not a transcript. It is an internal College document that is not intended to report student achievement to outside parties.
  • DARS reports cannot be released by the College without your consent.

Here's Some Help Using and Understanding Your DARS Report:

Last Updated 1/17/18

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