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Degree Progress Report

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Registrar

Address:
Kershner Student Service Center
25 University Ave
West Chester, PA 19383


Phone: 610-436-3541
Fax: 610-436-2370


NOTICE: WCU email is our primary and official form of communication.

General: registrar@wcupa.edu
Non-Degree: ugradnondegree@wcupa.edu
Transcripts: transcripts@wcupa.edu
Transfer Credits: transfercredits@wcupa.edu


Hours:
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8am-4pm
Wed: 9am-4pm


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You can access your DPR through myWCU with the following steps:

  1. Login to myWCU
  2. Click on Degree Progress Report in the Useful Links section.
  3. You will find the following information on your DPR:
    • Total Adjusted Credits towards graduation
    • Comments from Advisors and Graduation Analysts
    • Degree Requirements and Requirements "Not Satisfied"
  4. To print a PDF of your DPR, click on View Report as a PDF

The DPR is Essential for Students and Faculty Advisors

The Degree Progress Report (DPR) is a guide for a student's academic progress. Students can access, view, and print a DPR in myWCU to track their academic progress towards completion of their degree requirements. It is important to:

  • Run your Degree Progress Report in myWCU every term
  • Meet with your advisor to discuss degree progress

The DPR does not calculate residency requirements, so they must be checked manually.

If You Are Graduating

If you are graduating, please go over the following with your advisor:

  • Make sure you have a 300/400 level Writing Emphasis course.
  • BIO102/ESS102/ENV102 courses, which are interdisciplinary electives, do NOT count as science general education courses.
  • Check the total adjusted credits to make sure that you have the required minimum of 120.
  • Check the minimum GPA and total credit requirement of a major.
  • If you are a transfer student, make sure transfer credits are posted.
  • Interdisciplinary courses may NOT be used to fulfill a Distributive General Education requirement.
  • At least 30 of the last 60 credits must be taken at WCU. At least 50% of the major and 50% of the minor must be taken at WCU.