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Information regarding the Degree Progress Report and its purpose.
We are in the process of diverging from Curriculum Advising and Program Planning (CAPP) to a DegreeWorks tool to provide a Degree Progress Report. The Degree Progress Report is an advising tool to be used by students in conjunction with their advisor throughout the student’s academic career at MSU Denver. This tool is available to students following the 2015-2016 catalog.
This report is NOT considered an official MSU Denver transcript or record of completed coursework. It is an advisory guide and might not reflect complete information until the final graduation check.
In-progress coursework is included in the report. Changing registration, catalog year, repeating a course, completing a course with less than minimum required grade, changing, major, minor, concentration, or any other changes to the academic record may impact the Degree Progress Report.
Repeated Courses: If students have repeated courses, either at MSU Denver or in transfer, the Degree Progress Report may show more credits than can be applied to their degree requirements. It is important to review the report and follow University policy with regard to repeated courses.
All students are required to submit a formal graduation application by the published graduation application deadline found on the Academic Calendar.
All faculty and staff need to go through training to gain access to the Degree Progress Report using DegreeWorks tool. If anyone in the department still needs training, contact your department trainer. If you do not know your department trainer, you can contact Ed Zarate or Raenea Gomez in the Office of the Registrar.