In your MyUW student center you will find a link to run a DARS for your current major and program. For more information, see DARS for students.
Students should look for the phrase “all requirements complete pending final review”. This means that a student’s degree and major requirements will be finished once s/he successfully completes the courses in which s/he is currently enrolled.
* Students should remember that they may be completing final degree requirements based on their current enrollment. Changing one’s enrollment or not completing current courses could change a student’s degree completion status.
If you see the phrase “at least one requirement has not been satisfied” you still need to complete at least one major and/or degree requirement, based on your current enrollment.
In order to graduate, a student’s DARS must say that all requirements are complete.
If you have officially declared a major or program (e.g., a second major, Honors, etc.) you do not plan to complete, you are required to undeclare the particular major or program by going to the specific department or academic unit. Contact the program for information.
If you are expecting exceptions to major or degree requirements or study abroad credits to be posted, you should follow up and confirm that the exceptions will be posted in a timely way.
If you need further assistance, you should speak with:
Your academic advisor (listed at the beginning of your DARS or in the Student Center on MyUW)