DEGREE AUDIT AND ADVISEMENT REPORT
All undergraduate students, who entered UNI spring 1982 or later will receive a degree audit and advisement report. The purpose of this report is to provide you with information on how the courses you have completed and are currently registered for apply to your degree requirements. This report is to serve as your guide for scheduling classes.
While we believe this report is basically self-explanatory, extensive use of abbreviations was mandated by form size. The following is an explanation of the most common abbreviations and symbols.
971  - The first two digits show the year and the third digit the term. The academic year begins with the summer term; therefore 981 is summer 1998, 982 is fall 1998 and 983 is spring 1999.
We have endeavored to show the results of any special student requests you may have had approved. These actions will most likely be shown by the WAV and SUB transactions previously listed or in special comments.
Your degree audit and advisement report is divided into sections. The titles and explanation of those sections follow.
University Competency Summary
We hope you will find your degree audit and advisement report to be a valuable tool for charting your progress towards your degree. If you have questions about your report please feel free to contact your academic advisor, the Office of Academic Advising or your Record Analyst in the Registrar's Office.