Degree Works is a web-based planning tool to help undergraduate students, advisors, and the Registrar’s Office monitor a student's progress toward degree completion and evaluate graduation eligibility.
The degree audit combines Mills College degree requirements, completed and in-progress course work, and an easy-to-read worksheet to display how course work counts toward specific degree requirements and what requirements still need to be completed.
You are encouraged to use the degree audit as a guide when planning your progress toward the completion of your program's specific degree requirements. This audit is not an official academic transcript, and it is not official notification of completion of degree or certificate requirements.
1. Login to the Mills Resource Portal, find and click on the Degree Works for Undergraduate Students icon.
2. Wait for the initial audit to load, then click on the Refresh button to ensure that the system has pulled in the most current data.
3. When the refresh is complete, click OK.
4. Click the Process New button.
To print a copy of your audit, click the Save as PDF button, and then select the printer you wish to use.
If you are thinking about changing your major (and many students do), you can use Degree Works to run a theoretical degree audit. This will help you see how the classes you've already taken can or cannot be applied to a different major.
1. Login to the Mills Resource Portal, find the Featured Services section, and click on Degree Works Dashboard.
2. Click on What If in the left navigation bar.
3. Select the degree type. Select the major you are considering switching to. Select the academic year for the term (fall or spring) in which you were admitted.
4. Click the Process What If button.
Faculty advisors: Please download the Degree Works FAQs for Faculty document (PDF).
Currently, Degree Works is available to faculty and all active undergraduate students only. Degree Works is not yet available to our graduate students.
The information in Degree Works is refreshed nightly, however you can manually refresh the data by clicking on the Refresh button as described in the How to Access Degree Works as a Student instructions above.
The data on the audit is refreshed nightly, however changes can happen throughout the day during the College's registration and add/drop periods. You can refresh the data manually by clicking on the Refresh button as described in the How to Access Degree Works as a Student instructions above.
The academic year displayed in the section header is your catalog year.
The requirements that appear on the audit in Degree Works are based on the requirements listed in the academic catalog under which you were admitted. Mills students fulfill the requirements in the catalog under which they were admitted (unless otherwise approved). The Mills catalog archives were used in articulating the requirements for academic years prior to fall 2016.
Your class level is determined by the number of credit completed. In-progress courses do not count toward your level.
Degree Works generates separate audits for each degree. Click on the drop-down arrow for the Degree field (next to your name) at the top of the page and select the degree you would like to review.
Yes, your in-progress courses are counted toward your degree completion progress in your Degree Works audit. They are not counted toward your class level.
Yes. Click on the Class History link next to the Process New button on the audit to view a list of courses transferred in to Mills and the Mills courses you have taken.
Start by speaking with your advisor. If your advisor has determined that a transfer course or another Mills course can be used to complete a major or minor requirement, they must submit a substitution request online via the Mills Resource Portal.
No, only graded courses can be included in your GPA.
Yes, it does.
Yes, they are.
In Degree Works, view the legend just below the dashboard at the top of the audit for an explanation of the colors and symbols used in the audit.
Yes, you must. All students are required to apply for graduation to be eligible to participate in Commencement.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions regarding the degree audit tool, your official degree/certificate completion status, or if you have questions about obtaining a copy of your academic transcript that are not addressed on our website.