Undergraduate Degree Evaluations Webpage
Undergraduate students at CCSU can run their own degree evaluation. A degree evaluation is a report that shows a student's progress towards their degree. It shows requirements for the degree, pointing out which requirements have been met and which requirements still need to be met. This is not an official document until it is confirmed by your degree auditor.
Graduate students should consult their Planned Program as approved by their major advisor.
How to run a degree evaluation? (pdf)
How to run a degree evaluation? (Advisor Procedure) (pdf)
How to read a degree evaluation? (pdf)
How to run a "what if analysis" degree evaluation? If you are in a pre-program (such as Pre-Business, Pre-BSED, etc.) or if you are considering changing your major, then you will need to run your degree evaluation as a "what if" scenario.
Important information about degree requirements
Frequently Asked Questions
Course Equivalencies: A list of courses that are equivalent, and therefore, credit can only be earned for one of the courses.
Student Inquiries: Please use the Student Question Form. You can submit the form by email at firstname.lastname@example.org in-person at the Registrar's Office in Davidson Hall, room 116.
Application For Graduation Form (pdf) : All undergraduate students must apply for graduation one year prior to their graduation date by filling out this form.
Interactive Tutorial Demonstrations For Advisors and Faculty: