Confirm that you have met all of your degree requirements by getting a degree audit.
- Login to CenturyDirect.
student portal or Century's e-Services
- Login using your Student ID and PIN, then click on Grades and Transcripts and Interactive Degree Audit Report.
- You may want to meet with a counselor, especially if you have transferred credits to Century
or have filed any petitions, to ensure that everything is in order.
Make sure that your transcripts from other colleges have been received and evaluated by our DARS/Transfer Office
(this information should appear on your degree audit).
If you were a 916 student and are graduating from the same program that you started in high school,
make sure that your 916 transcripts have been received and evaluated.
On your application, confirm the academic catalog year for which you are graduating.
Requirements for completing a degree may change slightly from year to year. It is important that you
know which year you are fulfilling. Don't assume it is the current year or the year you started at
Century College. If you have questions, ask a counselor or your program faculty.
- Catalog requirements older than 6 years cannot be used for a degree program, and technical credits older than 5 years cannot be used for a diploma or certificate.
- Be sure all petitions also indicate the same catalog year and major/program.
"60-day limit to graduate" policy
Century College must adhere to a "60-Day limit to graduate" policy. This means that you must make
sure that your graded transfer credits and academic petitions are completed and available for the
Graduation Evaluator when completing your evaluation. (The 60 days begins at the end of the semester.)
If the information needed to process your application is not received in time, your application to graduate
could be delayed to the next semester.