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What is DegreeWorks?

DegreeWorks is a web-based tool to help students and advisors monitor progress toward degree completion. DegreeWorks looks at the program requirements of the NCCU Undergraduate Catalog and the coursework completed to produce an easy-to-read audit. The audit is divided into block requirements of how courses taken or proposed count toward program requirements. Checkboxes exist within each block to easily outline completed courses and requirements.

Benefits for Students

  • Real-time advice and counsel
  • Interactive 'what if?" scenario planning
  • More transparent course and credit transfer options
  • Clear pathways to graduation
  • Easy access to related services and advice

Benefits for Advisors

  • More personalized guidance
  • Improved completion rates and time-to-graduation
  • More transparency in transfer articulation
  • Clear and consistent degree audits
     

Getting Started

Have Questions? Need Help?

While we have done everything we could to make that each student’s worksheet is correct, it would have been impossible for us to predict every possible situation and/or problem. If you have questions or concerns about the information on a worksheet, please refer to the FAQ header link in DegreeWorks or contact your Academic Advisor.

Locked out?

Please contact the Eagles Technical Assistance Center HelpDesk at (919) 530-7676, option #1. You may also get assistance with myEOL account issues by clicking on this link or by setting an account with the PortalGuard Password Management System. Click here to reach the PortalGuard page.

Published: Monday, April 23, 2018
by Web Developer/Graphic Designer, Michael B Render II
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