Access Degree Works through Banner Web Self-Service.
There are two formats of the worksheets: Student View & Registration Checklist. The "View" button must be hit if a different format is chosen. Students will normally use the student view format, as it is the most comprehensive. The Registration Checklist format is a view of only what the student has yet to complete. Be careful that some unmet conditions may not show on this format (e.g. 124 credit or Upper division graduation requirements).
The "Class History" link shows a chronological view of the classes the student has taken each semester. It is not a transcript, but is a nice concise way to view a student's academic history to look for trends.
The worksheet is broken down into blocks - Student info, Degree, Common Curriculum, Major/minor, All-College Honors, General Electives Counted Towards Degree Requirements, Courses Not Currently Applicable to Degree Requirements, In-progress, Not counted, Notes, & Exceptions. Blocks only show up if they are appropriate for the student.
The most current audit will be on top with any frozen audits underneath. This will mostly be used for seniors who have had multiple audits done and you want to look back at previous audits that have been frozen by the Registrar's office.
It will default to undergraduate, but a certain degree (BA or BS) must be chosen to get the drop down menu for the majors/minors. The degree defaults from their Banner record, so if a student is not accepted to a major yet, it will show "Not in Upper Division". There are no majors/minors listed if BA or BS is not in the degree type. Multiple majors or minors can be chosen under "Choose your Different Areas of Study". Click "Process What-If" at the top after the what-if scenario is chosen.
All major substitutions that have been approved by the department chairperson will be listed in Degree Works after the paperwork has been submitted to the Registrar's office.
Graduation Calculator: Use this tab to find out if a desired GPA is attainable before graduation.
Term Calculator: Use this tab to receive an estimated GPA by putting estimates of grades for the term.
Advice Calculator: Use this tab to know if a desired GPA is possible. It will give different scenarios for attaining the desired GPA. If it would require too many credits, it will state so or that it is not possible or realistic.