All degree-seeking undergraduate students have access to a "SASS Degree Audit". Your SASS degree audit outlines your Bachelor degree requirements at UWF. Based upon your major and catalog year, the audit is generated especially for you. Your catalog year is the academic year in which you entered UWF as a degree-seeking student. In other words, you are responsible for the academic requirements outlined in the UWF Catalog at the time you begin UWF. If you change your major, your catalog year may be updated to the current catalog year.
In order to graduate, you must meet the requirements specific to your UWF major. A listing of UWF majors can be found in the UWF Catalog Degree Programs section . If you would like additional information on courses, please visit the Course Information section of the UWF Catalog.
To access your audit, please log into your MYUWF account. From the MYUWF search bar, search for SASS DEGREE AUDIT. An example of how this bar appears is below.
When the SASS Degree Audit app appears in the search results, please click on it. Your degree audit should appear in a new window. The SASS audit generates a report that itemizes the progress that you have made toward earning your degree. The degree audit will contain all University and departmental requirements which need to be met prior to graduation. To better understand your audit, see "How Do I Read My SASS Audit". You will also find the following information on the SASS website:
In addition, each major has an 8 semester plan to help students meet their graduation goals on time. The information is provided at the ----------------- website.
You should meet with an academic advisor each semester to discuss your progress and obtain course selection approval for the next registration period. Should you need to take a course at another Florida institution, you will need to complete the transient student process and obtain permission. To begin this process, access Florida Virtual College.
When selecting courses, please also consider any additional time commitments. For example, being a full-time student is similar to the workload of a full-time job. Consideration needs to be given to your work commitments, student organizations, volunteer work, and social activities. To be a successful college student, you must be able to manage your time wisely and meet your obligations. A work/life balance is essential to academic success.
Transfer articulation agreements exist within the Florida system. Transfer articulation agreements assist you with preparations for transferring between 4-year public institutions, community colleges, and/or state colleges. Additional information about articulations agreements is available through Florida Virtual College.
You have access to a unique online system which affords you the opportunity to degree shop within the Florida system. The program will allow you to identify schools which have specific degree programs. If you are currently attending a Florida 4-year public institution, community college, or state college, you have access to a system which will allow you to access a degree audit for a major at any of the previously mentioned schools and incorporate the courses which you have already completed.
It is important that you are informed and knowledgeable about all University and State policies related to graduation degree requirements. In addition to the degree information on your SASS degree audit, please review the Undergraduate Graduation and Degree Requirements. Ultimately, you are responsible for ensuring the completion of all requirements for the awarding of a bachelors degree.