Answered By: Abigail Caraccio Last Updated: Aug 30, 2017 Views: 406
The residency section of your degree audit is an all-or-nothing section. You will see each of the residencies you have completed but the section itself will not be marked as “met” until all residency requirements have been met.
In the example above, this student is required to complete four residencies as part of her program, but has only completed two (and is registered for her third). As not all four residencies have been completed, this degree requirement is marked as “Not Met.”
Do you have additional questions about residencies? Please see below for additional resources:
- Where is my grade for my residency?
- How do I drop my residency?
- Why am I missing credits for my residencies?
- How do I self-register for a residency?
Have more questions about how to read your degree audit? Find out how to contact an academic advisor to learn more.