There are lots of requirements for any undergraduate degree, so you’ll want to plan carefully and track your progress using some - or all - of these resources
All LSA students should regularly use the LSA Degree Audit Checklist, which helps you and your advisors track your progress toward your degree and to help with course scheduling decisions. You can find your Audit Checklist by going to the LSA Course Guide and clicking on “View Your Audit Checklist.” This checklist is not official, so at the beginning of your final year you should take steps to get an official audit. In case of any discrepancy, the information in the official audit supersedes the checklist. If you notice a discrepancy or have questions about what you see on the Audit Checklist, you should contact a general advisor.
Using academic advising helps to keep you on-track and informed. There are lots of different types of advising offered to LSA students, and we encourage you to use any/all of the ones that are useful to you.
The What-If Report allows you to see how your academic progress would be impacted if you changed your undergraduate career, your academic plan or sub-plan. You can run this report at any time and for multiple scenarios. Keep in mind that this report is not 100% accurate for all LSA requirements, so before making decisions with this information, we suggest you talk with an advisor.
Official audits are detailed evaluations of all degree requirements and are usually done at the beginning of your final year. Once all your releases have been submitted and you have applied for graduation, you will receive your official audit within a few weeks by email. (You don’t need to request this separately from those things.) This is the information that will be used to determine if you meet all graduation requirements, so review it carefully. If you have questions about your official audit, you should contact the LSA auditors.