Technology Solutions Centre
You'll find all the latest FAQs about the Degree Audit reports here:
We have held a couple of training sessions already on how to run and interpret degree audit reports. If we missed you, there’s still time to attend up a third session. It will be held on Wednesday, June 25, in room 1L11 from 11 am to 12 noon. No need to register in advance, just show up for the training.
If you are not able to attend the training, you may want to browse through the attached training materials: a “cheat sheet” describing how to interpret the Degree Audit report, and two user guides on how to run and interpret degree audit reports.
Academic advisors and department assistants can run Degree Audit reports. Faculty advisors can ask Department Assistants to run Degree Audit reports for them. Student Records also has access to Degree Audit reports and will be using them to check for eligibility for graduation.
Faculty Advisors are not required to use Degree Audit reports when advising students, but we think they will be useful as they can be a significant time-saver.
We are hard at work configuring and testing the remaining degree programs. We are focusing first on those programs with higher enrolment.
While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of Degree Audit in Colleague, discrepancies may occur. In the case of a discrepancy between Degree Audit and the University of Winnipeg Academic Calendar, the online Academic Calendar shall be deemed official. Please do, however, let us know right away if there are any apparent discrepancies by contacting Stephanie Miller in Academic Advising:
These sorts of exceptions will eventually be entered into the student record in Colleague; some are already entered. Once all these exceptions are entered on a given student’s record, that student’s Degree Audit evaluation report will be able to tell us if the student is on track to meeting their program requirements.
Contact Judy Tanner, Student Records: