Degree Progress Report (DPR)
What is it?
The Degree Progress Report (DPR) provides a detailed look at your
progress towards the completion of your degree. Shortly after being
admitted to DePaul University, transfer students are able to see how
their transfer credits have been evaluated and matched with equivalent
DePaul courses (as applicable). The DPR itemizes accepted transfer
coursework, completed and in-progress DePaul coursework, and test credit
information. It also shows your Liberal Studies, major, minor, and
double-major requirements, and identifies those areas that have been
completed, along with those that have not yet been satisfied. We
encourage you to work with your academic advisor to review your DPR.
When would I use it?
- To check the requirements that you still need to satisfy once you’ve been admitted
- To see which requirements are fulfilled by your completed, in-progress or transfer courses
- To prepare to see your advisor
How do I access it?
- Log in to Campus Connect
- Click on Self Service
- Click on Degree Progress/Graduation
- Click on Degree Progress
Please note that not all transferable courses may apply to your degree
requirements. A maximum of 88 semester (132 quarter) hours of transfer
credit can be applied to your DePaul degree. Of those hours, a maximum
of 66 semester (99 quarter) hours may come from two-year/community
colleges and credit awarded by examination, such as CLEP or AP. There
also is a senior residency requirement, which means that the final 60
credit hours of your degree must be earned from DePaul.
Advising Support for Admitted Students
The Office for Academic Advising Support (OAAS)
can assist admitted students with any questions related to academic
advising, course selection and choosing a major – all prior to attending
a Transition DePaul transfer student orientation program. To schedule
an appointment with an academic advisor, please call OAAS at (773)