These are “Need” categories that are listed on a student’s audit. Reviewing these categories each semester will prevent deficiencies from becoming stumbling blocks to graduation.

You can find most of this information under the heading “Summary of Hours and Grade Points” below the current enrollment class schedule at the top of the audit. If any of these categories do not appear on the audit, then the student has met all the requirements for that “Need.”

Student name ___________________________________________ Date__________________

 

“Need” Category

             Credit Hours

Required

Credit Hours

Have

 

Need

 

 

Writing to Learn Requirements

 

6

 

_____

 

_____

 

Minimum credit hours requirement for graduation (At least 124 credit hours are required for a degree, but some require more)

_____

_____

_____

 

Credit hours taken from PSU

 

30

 

_____

 

_____

 

Upper division credit hours 300-799 (Not community college)

 

45

 

_____

 

_____

 

Four-year college requirement (Credit hours taken from any four-year college including PSU)

 

60

 

 

_____

 

 

_____

 

Official Degree Check (Look for the credits completed immediately below the current enrollment class schedule. If it’s time for the student’s Official Degree Check, a red box at the bottom of the audit tells the student to apply for the Degree Check. The required 85 hours includes the completed credits plus current enrollment.)

85

 

 

_____

 

 

_____

 

Major (required credit hours vary by department  and emphasis)

GPA

Required:

Have:

_____

_____

_____

 

Second Major (required credit hours vary)

GPA

Required:

Have:

_____

_____

_____

 

Minor (required credit hours vary)

GPA

Required:

Have:

_____

_____

_____

 

Second Minor (required credit hours vary)

GPA

Required:

Have:

_____

_____

_____

Reminder: Students can transfer only 6 semester hours of nonresident credit (distance courses or on-campus courses taken at another college or university) in their last 30 hours prior to graduation.