L&S Undergraduate Degree Clearance Deficiency Report
This report provides Campus IDs, Names, Majors, and Email Addresses of College of Letters and Science Undergraduate students who have applied for graduation in a particular term but who are either not on track to graduate with in-progress work (Pre-Clearance Deficiencies) or were not cleared for graduation during the degree clearance process (Degree Clearance Deficiencies). It also provides information about unresolved grades of these students.
|Data Cookbook URL (requires authorization)|
|Student Record Data Restricted|
|Data Source Information|
|AIM, College of Letters and Science|
The report always shows the most recent set of data. The DARS data in this report is regularly purged, and therefore it will sometimes show no data.
The 'Plan Completion Status' refers to whether the audit shows as complete and whether any in-progress (IP) work was used in the audit. In order for a student to be complete with her degree in L&S, all of her L&S majors must be complete without the use of in-progress work. Therefore, if an L&S student shows as complete for one major in the 'Degree Clearance' report she must not be complete (or complete only with in-progress work) for one of her other majors.
Students enrolled in MUSC697 are excluded from this report, because their degrees are not currently cleared using DARS.
'Degree Honors Suffix' filter refers to the L&S Honors enrollment status of the students listed. Note that this is the Honors status of the student's degree and not the Plan. A student can be enrolled in Honors in the Major for any major listed, Honors in the Liberal Arts, or neither ('No Honors'). A student may show up in both lists for Honors in the Major and Honors in the Liberal Arts if they are enrolled in both (Comprehensive Honors). A separate Comprehensive Honors option is not provided in the filter.
To download this data first apply the desired filters, double click somewhere in the displayed data, then select 'Download' -> 'Data', and finally click the 'Download all rows as text file' hyperlink. This will download a .csv file that can be opened in Excel.
Plan Completion Status and Plan Code come from the following DARSP data tables:
Unresolved Grade data comes from the following DARSP data table:
Student Term, Name, Campus ID, Email Address, and Major title come from the following INFOACCESS data table:
|Name||Functional Definition||Data Domains|
|Degree Honors Suffix||
This suffix is appended to the degree description on both the transcript and diploma. For example, CMP/with Comprehensive Honors, HLA/with Honors in the Liberal Arts, MJR/with Honors in the Major, RES/with Honors in Research, HNR/with Honors.
|Academic Planning, Student Record|
|Grade||The grade the student received in the course.||Academic Planning, Student Record|
|Plan Code (Academic)||
A code representing an approved academic offering such as a major, minor, or certificate within an academic career and program.
|Academic Planning, Student Record|
|School or College||
Those faculty units headed by a dean. The dean is the chief executive officer of the school or college, and is appointed by the chancellor under search and screen procedures as set forth in 6.49. The dean must hold a tenured faculty rank as set forth in Chapter 7 of these rules. Other subunits of the university that include the term "school" in their titles are not considered schools for purposes of this chapter; they may be designated by the chancellor, in consultation with the University Committee, as equivalent to departments for any or all of the purposes described in Chapter 5. A school or college shall be created or discontinued, or the name of an existing school or college changed, by the chancellor after consultation with the University Committee, subject to the approval of the Board of Regents. Creation of a school or college with academic programs at the post-baccalaureate graduate or professional level is also subject to the approval of the legislature. Recommendations concerning these matters shall be reported to the faculties of the schools or colleges directly affected and to the senate for discussion.
|Academic Planning, Employee Record, Research Administration, Student Record|
A period of instruction: Fall, Spring, or Summer.
|University of Wisconsin - Madison|