College Record 2022-2023

Program Evaluation/Degree Audit

Students should review their academic progress each semester by accessing the program evaluation tool on KC Self-Service, located on the KC Portal. Students are ultimately responsible for ensuring all degree requirements are met satisfactorily and in accordance with institutional and divisional policies.

Students who transfer coursework from other colleges or college testing centers must have official transcripts or official test-score documents sent to the Registrar's Office. Failure to submit official transcripts following the completion of outside coursework will prevent transfer credit from being applied. Students who wish to take courses elsewhere while enrolled at Keuka College should complete a Non-Keuka Coursework form, found on the Registrar’s Office website.

If a course substitution or waiver is necessary to complete a degree requirement, the student is required to complete a Substitution or Course Waiver form, requesting approval, and prompting special encoding to update the program evaluation/degree audit. This will allow the degree audit to reflect how those credits should satisfy program requirements. Course substitutions and waivers will only be granted if they receive the proper approval from the division. Failure to submit the proper paperwork for a course substitution or waiver will result in the change not being applied to the student’s audit and may complicate or prolong the student’s degree conferral.

Students should recognize that requesting to waive degree requirement(s) could leave their credits short in other areas such as the New York State requirement for liberal arts credits and/or 120 credits required to receive a bachelor’s degree. Students should consult with their faculty advisor and/or the Registrar’s Office to avoid any unintended consequences of applying course waivers.