Undergraduate Studies

Student's Responsibility

Certain basic requirements apply to all degrees. These include a minimum number of credit hours, a minimum grade point average, a minimum residence requirement, course distribution requirements, a concentration or major, and certain specific skills courses (such as writing, mathematics, and foreign language).

Advisors and school or division deans will help students understand these requirements, but students alone are responsible for fulfilling them. The Academic Advisement Report (AAR), Indiana University’s computerized advising record, and individual Degree Maps are available to assist students in understanding how and where courses fit in each academic program. Academic Advisement Reports and Degree Maps can be accessed through OneStart.

At the end of a student’s course of study, the faculty and Board of Trustees vote upon conferral of the degree. If requirements have not been satisfied, the degree will be withheld pending fulfillment of all requirements. For this reason, it is important for students to acquaint themselves with all regulations and remain informed throughout their college careers.

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