Degree Works is Longwood’s degree audit tool for all students in course catalogs 2014-2015 to present. We look forward to working with you to explore new vocabulary such as “degree audit” and “catalog year.” Degree Works is an important tool for you to employ and understand as you plan your course work during your time at Longwood. Academic Advisers, Peer Mentors and the staff of the Registrar’s Office are just a few members of the Longwood community that are available and eager to assist you. So dive right in and explore!
To better prepare for course registration, you will need to access Degree Works. For detailed instructions on how to access Degree Works as well as how to run and print a degree audit, click on the “Incoming Students” page for more instructions.
To make your transition to Longwood as smooth as possible, you will need to access Degree Works and run a degree audit prior to Orientation & Registration. Running a degree audit will give you the opportunity to determine whether all of your credits have transferred successfully as well as see how they apply to your new degree requirements at Longwood. For detailed instructions on how to access Degree Works and how to run a degree audit, click on the “Transfer Students” page for more instructions.
In preparation for Fall 2015 course registration, you will need to access Degree Works and print a What-if Analysis to bring with you to Orientation & Registration. Since your degree audit will look differently than those of other incoming and transfer students, you will find it useful to view the video made specifically for undeclared students.