Get My Degree Audit
UC offers this tool for students to track progress toward their degree requirements.
The following tips can assist you to best utilize this self-service tool:
To access the Web Degree Audit, you will need to enter your Username and Password
Upon logging in, your official degree program will display in the section "Run Default Programs." Click on "Submit a New Audit" to produce an audit for your program. If you want to see how your credits may apply to another degree program, go to "Run Selected Program" to select a program.
Unfortunately, not all degree programs are ready for display through Web Degree Audit. If your program does not appear, you will be able to use 99DEFAULT as the program to receive a complete list of your courses and grades. Your academic adviser can outline your specific program requirements.
The 99DEFAULT audit may be helpful to students who simply need a complete listing of all their courses and grades. However, this audit may not be used as an academic transcript. Transcripts may be requested online.
Contact your academic advisor if you have any questions about the results of your degree audit.
The degree audit results can take a few minutes to display. Please be patient after hitting the submit button.
NOTE: Degree audits are prepared to assist you and your academic advisor. Every effort has been made to make them as accurate as possible. However, your college office is the final authority in determining completion of your degree requirements.
The degree audit system does not accept passwords with the following characters:
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If your password contains one or more of these characters, you may change your password at any time by simply logging into Password Self Service.
Additional Registration Information
The Office of the Registrar provides a wealth of important registration related information. The links below represent a sampling of the many policies you can find at their site.
- Adding, Dropping - Process
- Closed Classes
- Courses and Programs Approved for a Waiver of the Overload Fee
- Financial Aid Recaclulation (when adding/dropping classes)
- Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities (GCCCU)
- Late Registration and the Late Registration Appeals Committee
- In Person and Web Registration
- Registration Error Messages
- Residency Information
- Special Course Fees
- Tuition Refund Appeal Committee (TRAC)
- Undergraduate Student Class Levels
- Withdrawal Procedures
If you do not see the information you are looking for, try using the Search box towards the top of the page or visit the Office of the Registrar site for more registration information.