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OFFICE OF THE REGISTRARGUNN UNIVERSITY COMMONS256-765-4316OFFICEOF THE REGISTRARREGISTRAR@UNA.EDUBIBBGRAVES DENTS

ContentsIntroduction 2Access .3Dashboard . .3Audit Toolbar .4Worksheets . .5Information Toolbar .5Format Views .5Student View .5Registration Checklist 6Components of a Worksheet .6Legend 6Requirements/Optional Blocks . 7Other Worksheet Information .13Course Information 13Class History 14What If Audit .14GPA Calculator .15Graduation Calculator .16Term Calculator .17Advise Calculator .18Assistance .191

IntroductionWhat is Degree Works?Degree Works is a web based tool to help students and advisors monitor a student’s progress towarddegree completion. Degree Works combines the University of North Alabama’s degree requirementsand the student’s completed coursework into an easy to read worksheet, to identify what courses andrequirements are still needed for degree completion.Degree Works will allow students and advisors to: Learn all academic requirements for their degree program(s)See how all completed and in-progress courses apply to degree requirementsIdentify courses needed to complete their degree(s)View grades and academic standingView grade-point-average (GPA)Create What-If audits to process speculative degree audits based on current class historyDISCLAIMER: Degree Works is design to aid in academic advising, but is not to replace face to faceadvising sessions. Degree Works is neither an official academic transcript nor an official notice ofcompletion of degree requirements.2

AccessDegree Works will be accessible via the UNA Portal or https://dgw.una.edu/ResponsiveDashboardYou will log in using your portal log-in credentials.**Degree Works is a Single Sign On Application. If you have signed in to portal, prior to your DegreeWorks session you will be taken directly to the Dashboard.**DashboardWorksheetsComponents of a WorksheetStudent Header Information3

The Student Header Information displays a customized view of a student’s program of study as indicatedin Banner.Note: If the Degree, Major, Minor, or Concentration are listed incorrectly, please meet with your Advisorto update your Program of Study with the Office of the Registrar by submitting the appropriate Changeof Program form.StudentDisplay’s student last and first name as indicatedin Banner.IDLevelClassificationAdvisorDisplays student’s IDDisplays student’s level (GR/UG)Display student’s class level. This classification isbased on number of credit hours completed.Displays student’s advisor.CollegeDegreeDisplays student’s College of StudyDisplays student’s degreeMajorDisplay student’s major(s) with the primary beinglisted firstMinorDisplay student’s minor(s) with the primary beinglisted firstConcentrationDisplay student’s concentrations(s) with theprimary being listed firstGPADisplays student’s Institutional, Transfer, andOverall GPAs.4Any name changes will have tobe submitted to the Office ofthe Registrar.Any Advisor assignmentchanges should be submitted tothe Department AdministrativeAssistantAny changes should besubmitted to the Office of theRegistrar via the Change ofProgram Form.Any changes should besubmitted to the Office of theRegistrar via the Change ofProgram FormAny changes should besubmitted to the Office of theRegistrar via the MinorDeclaration formAny changes should besubmitted to the Office of theRegistrar via Change of MajorForm

GraduationApplicationTermWill only display after graduation is applied forAny changes should besubmitted to the Office of theRegistrar viagraduation@una.eduInformation ToolbarFormatThe format drop down box lists the differenttypes of audits that are available to view.Tracks progress toward meeting degreerequirementsTracks progress toward meeting program credithours requirements. This bar only tracks hoursapplicable directly to your program.Displays overall institutional GPAThese options are checked by default. DegreeWorks will include any courses in which thestudent is currently enrolled in as well as thosefor which they are pre-registered.Requirement Degree ProgressCredits Degree ProgressOverall GPAIn-progress/ Preregistered ClassesFormat TypesStudent ViewThe Student View format is the default worksheet format type. It provides general information aboutthe student’s complete and incomplete requirements, grouped into logical sections or blocks.5

Registration ChecklistThe Registration Checklist format shows only the unfulfilled requirements form the student’s audit. Itdoes not provide any of the detailed explanation of requirements that may be found in the StudentView.LegendThe legend contains all of the unique symbols that are important for interpreting the Degree Worksaudit.CompleteNotCompleteCompleteexcept forclasses inprogressThis symbol will appear beside all requirements that have been completedwithin the audit. The course that fulfilled the requirement along with gradeearned and term completed will be displayed.This symbol will appear beside all requirements that have not yet beencompleted. The row will indicated what course(s) will fulfill thisrequirement.This symbol will appear besides requirements that will be meet whencurrent enrolled course is completed.6

NearlyCompleteAny sREGThis symbol will appear when all course requirements have been met butthere are additional requirements that have not such as minimum grade,minimum GPA, etc.This symbol indicates any subject area will fulfill a requirement. Forexample, any general elective will fulfill a requirement will be noted as @100:499.This symbol indicates a course requires a prerequisite course. You will beable to click on the hyperlinked course to see what prerequisite course isrequired.This symbol indicates a course is currently registered for and in progress.This symbol indicates a repeated course has been taken.RequirementsEach section in a Degree Works audit is called a Block. Each block header will contain a title for the blockand will also display specific course information for that block such as credits required and creditapplied. Block headers will also contain a symbol indicating the status of all requirements in the block.All Degree Works audits will contain the following blocks: Degree, Area I-V general education, andMajor.As needed that following blocks will also display: Concentration, Minor, General Electives, Not Applied,and In-progress.Degree BlockThis block contains all requirements including overall hours, residency requirements, general educationrequirements, and major requirements. This block will also indicated what academic catalog the audit ispulling degree requirements from.All requirements not yet met will continue proxy advice alerting you to what course or courses may betaken to fulfill the requirement.7

General Education BlocksThese blocks will contain course requirements for Areas I-V as defined by the student’s currentacademic catalog. The student will be able to see all courses that will fulfill the need requirementsincluding courses specifically indicated for their degree.8

Major BlocksThis block will indicate the specific courses needed to fulfill a certain degree as well as specificrequirements that must also be meet including GPA, hours, and upper level course requirement.9

Other Optional BlocksConcentrationMinorThis block will contain information about requirements, credit hours, GPA, and residency requirements.10

General ElectivesThis block will contain the courses not applied anywhere else within the audit to fulfill degreerequirements but are still used in overall GPA calculation.Not AppliedThis block will contain courses not applied anywhere within the audit nor used in overall GPA calculationsuch as withdrawn courses or courses used in the Repeat/Recompute process.11

In-ProgressThis block will contain currently enrolled courses. These courses are applied throughout the auditaccordingly.ExceptionsThis block will indicate any substitutions or other degree requirement closures entered after properapproval.NotesThis block will indicate any Notes your advisor may have entered during advisement sessions.12

DisclaimerThis language will show at the bottom of most screens and is intended to define the limitations of thisaudit and lead the student to proper sources for official confirmation.Other Worksheet InformationCourse InformationAll required courses within the audit are hyperlinked. You may click on the course number and receivethe following information regarding the course: Course number, name, and credit hours Course description Course prerequisites or requisites (The clipboard tell you it has a prerequisite) Available upcoming sections including term offered, CRN number, sections, seats, and meetingtimes13

ExceptionsCourse substitutions will now read as Exceptions and will be defined as ‘Also Allow’.Class HistoryA history of all courses taken listed by term can be accessed by clicking ellipse menu from the right-handcorner and clicking Class History.What If AuditStudents who plan on changing their major or adding a degree or major or minor or concentration canaccess the What If Audit. The What If Audit can be found under the What-if tab next to the Academictab from the main Degree Audit menu; it is designed to offer students an opportunity to view howproposed changes can affect their path towards graduation.14

Students can select a combination of catalog year, program, major, concentration, and minor togenerate a What If audit.If a student would like to choose an additional program (ie Major, Degree, Certificate, etc), they willselect the program from the ‘Additional Areas of Study’ block by click the plus button ( ) and adding theadditional program.Once the desired combination is selected, click Process.The What If audit can be printed from Print on the Navigation toolbar.Note: What If audits are not stored in the system. Once you navigate away from the screen theinformation will be lost.The What If audit can include any course in which the student is currently enrolled as well as they arepre-registered. To not have these classes displayed, unclick the boxes on the toolbar.Future course can be entered to run in the What If audit if desired by entering the information in‘Choose Your Future Classes’.GPA CalculatorThere are three different GPA calculators available: Graduation, Term, and Advice Calculators.The GPA calculators can be accessed by clicking ellipse menu from the right-hand corner and clickingGPA calculator.15

Graduation CalculatorThis calculator takes the most ‘unknown’ inputs. Many students may not know how many credits arerequired for their degree, nor the number of credits remaining making it difficult for them to utilize. Insome cases, this calculator will be useful to inform the students that their desired GPA is not possible toachieve. This calculator helps students to set long-term general goals.The student will enter: Credits Remaining- The number of semester hours that still need to be completed Credits Required- The number of credits needed to earn a degree Desired GPA- The GPA desired to be earned by graduationThe system will advise a student whether or not the desired GPA is achievable and what is necessary inorder to make that happen.16

Term CalculatorThis is the most specific calculator. It can be used for goal-setting as well as mapping paths to avoidprobation, achieve honors, etc.The student’s current courses and credits are preloaded into the form. Courses and credits can be addedto the course list. The student can enter their probable grade that will be earned to tabulate their termGPA.17

Advise CalculatorThis calculator is the easiest to use. The student need only provide their desired GPA. It is used to figureout how a student can raise/lower their GPA using actual grades as advice. While it is fairly general, it ismore specific than the graduation calculator.The system will advise the student whether or not the desired GPA is achievable and what is necessaryto make that happen.18

PlansYou may access your graduation plan by click on the ‘Plans’ tab. This plan is guide developed by youracademic department to allow to progress toward you degree in a timely manner. Your advisor is theonly person who can edit this plan for you.Degree Works AssistancePlease contact the following for assistance or issues with Degree Worksdegreeworks@una.eduTraining Guide Updated: May 23, 202219

Degree Works is a web based tool to help students and advisors monitor a students progress toward degree completion. Degree Works combines the University of North Alabamas degree requirements and the students completed coursework into an easy to read worksheet, to identify what courses and

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