DegreeWorks Information

DegreeWorks Information

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The Office of the University Registrar develops and maintains the major/program requirements in the Graduation Requirements Advising Database/GRAD, which is also known as DegreeWorks. This system is a very useful advising tool for students; however, it should be used in very careful consultation with your academic advisor. It is not currently the graduation audit tool, and the information included within it is not considered official. ONLY the information included in Banner/your transcript is official.

Please contact with any quesitons or concerns about DegreeWorks. 

GRAD/DegreeWorks Disclaimer

  • The information below appears at the top of every student’s GRAD/DegreeWorks report. Please read it carefully!
    • “You are encouraged to use this degree audit report as a guide when planning your progress toward completion of degree requirements. This is NOT an official evaluation and does not remove the need to consult your advisor. Advisors complete the final graduation check and determine if all requirements have been met. This electronic degree evaluation is an on-line planning tool that allows you to view academic progress. Evaluations are based on catalog requirements that can change from year to year. Therefore, evaluations are NOT to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the student and the University. Rowan University reserves the right to change any provision or requirement at any time. This audit is not your academic transcript and it is not official notification of completion of degree or certificate requirements. Your academic advisor or the Registrar’s Office may be contacted for assistance in interpreting this degree audit report."

Using DegreeWorks

GRAD/DegreeWorks is an online system which can be accessed through Self Service Banner at any time, 24/7. It allows students and advisors to view past degree evaluation reports, generate new evaluation reports on current student data, or conduct a "what if" analysis for changing majors.

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