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DegreeWorks

What is Degree Works?

Degree Works is a web-based tool designed to help students and advisers monitor progress toward degree completion. Degree Works uses degree requirements from the college catalog and re-organizes the student’s transcript to produce an easy-to-read audit.

The audit is divided into blocks to show all of the necessary requirements and how courses taken or in-progress count toward those requirements. Each block contains checkboxes to easily identify what courses and requirements are complete, almost complete, or still outstanding.

Degree Works can be used as part of advising sessions to determine course selections (in conjunction with the courses offered for the term) and review graduation requirements.

Why should I use Degree Works?

Degree Works is intended to support and enhance academic advising. Students and advisers are able to:

  • View detailed requirements for the degree, major, minor, and concentration
  • See how completed, in-progress, and approved transfer course work applies to degree requirements
  • Identify courses needed to complete specific degree requirements
  • View cumulative and major/minor GPAs
  • Plan course selection for future semesters using the Look Ahead feature
  • Generate What-If audits to view hypothetical major and/or minor changes based on current and projected course work
  • Calculate an estimated GPA based on projected performance for the term
  • Calculate the grade combination(s) needed to achieve a target GPADegree Works is intended to support and complement academic advising not to replace face-to-face advising sessions or the catalog.

Degree Works is intended to support and complement academic advising not to replace face-to-face advising sessions or the catalog.

How do I access Degree Works?

From Web for Students, click on the Degree Works (degree audit) link on the student information & financial aid tab to go to the log in page. Log in using your regular Morrisville credentials.

Scheduling on the Web

Before your Schedule

Both students and advisors have important responsibilities in the advising system and should take the initiative to make sure the process runs smoothly. 

Students Should

  • Know the name, office location and hours of their academic advisor
  • Schedule early appointments during the course selection/registration period and come to their appointments with a proposed course schedule
  • Become familiar with general education requirements, graduation requirements and program requirements, including the number of credits and the specific courses required for graduation
  • Keep track of their progress toward graduation
  • Consult with their advisor concerning changes in their approved schedule (e.g., after being closed out of a course, during add/drop, etc.)
  • Consult with their advisor when they are in academic difficulty
  • Inform their advisor before changing majors, transferring to another college or withdrawing from college
  • Keep accurate records of their advising sessions
  • Accept responsibility for making their own decisions

Advisors Should

  • Have knowledge of student’s academic ability and history
  • Provide accurate information concerning programs and graduation requirements
  • Explain which courses are required and which are recommended
  • Be sure the student has adequate preparation for courses they will be taking
  • Keep accurate records of their advising sessions

IMPORTANT STEPS

Review your Degree Works audit and print a copy to bring to your appointment with your advisor, who will review your audit and program requirements with you, help you complete and sign the course request form and supply you with your Schedule PIN (personal identification number) which will be needed to sign on to the Web-based schedule site. **

Be sure that you have the course, subject code, section number and CRN (course reference number) for both your initial course schedule and all alternate courses so you can quickly select classes once you are on-line.

Check with your advisor before changing a course. If you drop a course needed for graduation or for a prerequisite, it may cause problems in the long term and could lengthen your time until graduation.

Remember, you must be scheduled for a minimum of 12 credits to be a full-time student. If you are unable to schedule for at least 12 credits because of closed courses, see your advisor to solve the problem because it will jeopardize housing, financial aid, insurance, bills, etc.

* Remember, the final responsibility for meeting your program requirements rests with you!

** Please note that the registrar's office cannot provide you with your Schedule PIN.

SCHEDULING INFORMATION

Online Scheduling for Fall and Winter 2018

The fall and winter schedules will be available on the web February 19, 2018

Students will have access to online registration according to the following schedule:

  • Veterans: Friday, February 23
  • Greater that 90 Credit hours: Monday, February 26
  • Greater than 60 credit hours: Wednesday, February 28
  • Greater than 45 credit hours: Monday, March 12
  • Greater than 30 credit hours: Wednesday, March 14
  • All other students: Friday, March 16

Access to the online scheduler for spring will end August 30, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. After this date you will be able to see and print your schedule on-line, but all course add/drops must be started in your school office.  

Be sure to follow every step in order.

  1. Go to the Web For Students Login Page
  2. Read information on screen, then click on Login button
  3. Enter your USER ID (your SSN)
  4. Enter your general PIN
  5. Click the LOGIN Button (if you have never used this system before, you may be prompted to create a new PIN)
  6. Read the terms of usage and then click on AFFIRM AND ADVANCE. Note that this page will only display the first time you sign-on to the system
  7. Click on STUDENT AND FINANCIAL AID (this will take you to the Student Main Menu)
  8. Click on SCHEDULING
  9. Click on SELECT TERM
  10. Select the semester for which you are scheduling
  11. Click on SUBMIT TERM
  12. Click on ADD OR DROP CLASSES
  13. Enter your ALTERNATE PIN (assigned to you by your advisor)
  14. Click on SUBMIT PIN
  15. Follow the instructions on screen. 
  16. For each course, enter the CRN* of the course and then click on SUBMIT CHANGES
  17. After you click on submit changes, scroll down on the screen to check the status of the courses you have selected. A link error message means you must schedule for both lecture and lab for this course
  18. Click on RETURN TO MENU
  19. At this point, you may print your schedule if you wish.**
  20. If your schedule is acceptable, print both versions of your schedule
  21. To exit scheduling properly, you MUST:
    1.) Scroll to top right of screen and click EXIT
    2.) At the top left corner of your browser, click on FILE and click on EXIT from the choices given

* If you do not know the CRN of a course, click on LOOK UP CLASSES TO ADD or CLASS SEARCH. Add criteria for the search, keeping your search as broad as possible; i.e. subject or course number. Scroll to the bottom and click GET CLASSES.

** Printing a weekly schedule will show classes scheduled only during that particular week. Printing a detailed schedule will show all scheduled classes for the term.

SUNY Transfer Requirements

Students who intend to transfer to another institution within the State University of New York system to complete a bachelor’s degree should consult with their advisor about the SUNY General Education requirements that went into effect in the fall of 2000.

In general, students intending to transfer within SUNY should try to complete at least one course from as many of the ten areas as possible. Individual advisors will have more specific information about exactly how many areas are required in each program on campus. This list is given for the use of students and advisors in planning schedules for the upcoming semeseter.

Please note that not all courses in each category will be offered in the up coming semester.

View the SUNY Courses and Categories

If you have questions or problems logging in, contact the Office of the Registrar.