Graduate Planning & Audit System
Graduate Planning and Audit System (GPAS)
Students are responsible for tracking their progress towards graduation and ensuring requirements of the Law School Academic Rules are met. Degree requirements for JD students are summarized on the Curriculum & Requirements web page. Students can also use GPAS.
The GPAS audit provides students with an easy-to-read view of which degree requirements they have met and which are still needed for their law degree. The audit pulls data from a student's academic record and can be accessed at any time throughout a student's law career.
It is critical that students review their GPAS audit each semester and plan accordingly for the next registration period. GPAS can be accessed by logging into MyU, then clicking on the Academics tab. Next, select the Degree Progress tab at the top of the page, then click the GPAS link at the bottom of the page.
Questions about your GPAS report? Submit them in the Law GPAS Inquiry form.
Graduating students must complete an Application for Degree through the University's MyU website. To reach the application, go to MyU > Academics > Degree Progress > Apply to Graduate.