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What’s an Audit?

Official Audit

Official audits are detailed evaluations of all degree requirements and are usually done at the beginning of your final year. Once all your releases have been submitted and you have applied for graduation, you will receive your official audit within a few weeks by email. This is the information that will be used to determine if you meet all graduation requirements, so review it carefully. If you have questions about your audit, just reply to the email, and we’ll answer them as soon as possible.

Electing additional courses will not automatically initiate a new audit. But if you decide to drop any course that is listed on your official audit, you should check with your advisor.  

Unofficial LSA Audit Checklist

The checklist is an important online resource that helps you and your advisor track your progress toward your degree. But this checklist is not official, and at the beginning of your final year you should take the steps outlined above to get an official audit. In case of any discrepancy, the information in the official audit supersedes the checklist.  

Unofficial Wolverine Access Academic Requirements Report

The academic requirements report has all of the information that the audit checklist has, as well as a lot more detail. But since this report contains more information than most students need to know, we recommend going to the audit checklist to get a quick ‘unofficial’ look at your progress toward your degree.  

Important Note: It’s important to note that the official audit lists your completed courses separately from your in-progress courses. But the audit checklist and the Wolverine Access academic requirements report combine your completed courses with those that are in progress. Because of this, the official audit is more accurate… and more official!