Introduction to the myKnight Audit
Your myKnight Audit is a tool that will help you plan your academic career, select the right courses, and track your progress toward degree completion. Be sure to check your degree audit regularly.
To help you through the transition to a new degree audit system, we’ve compiled commonly asked questions.
All current and newly admitted UCF students will be able to view the myKnight Audit through the myUCF portal.
Log into the myUCF portal with your NID and NID password, then select Student Self Service from the menu on the left side of the screen. Then select myKnight Audit from the “Other: Academic” dropdown menu next to your class schedule.
Your myKnight Audit will display the courses you have taken, are registered for, and have transferred from a prior institution (accepted by UCF). The myKnight Audit compares all of the courses on your official academic record to computer-coded degree requirements from the UCF undergraduate catalog. The result is an estimate of your status in meeting these requirements to earn your selected degree.
You will be able to view any courses that have been completed, are in progress, or have been transferred each time you process your audit. For a full list of your course history, generate a PDF audit and scroll down to the bottom of the document to the course history section.
Keep in mind that any transfer work or grade changes that have not been submitted and accepted via official transcript will not appear on your myKnight Audit.
Your myKnight Audit will outline all courses within each section of the report that are required to complete your degree. You may then use this information to discuss an appropriate plan of study with your academic advisor.
Courses that you have failed, dropped or withdrawn will appear at the bottom of your interactive audit in the Courses NOT Used toward the Degree area, and in the Course History at the bottom of the PDF audit. However, these attempts will not count toward successful completion of degree requirements.
Transfer courses may need to be evaluated for equivalency. Contact your academic advisor for instructions.
Some degree programs for the 2018 catalog year do not yet have degree audits built. Please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog (http://catalog.ucf.edu/) and contact your college advising office for questions about major requirements.
No. You must file an Intent to Graduate in the myUCF portal before the deadline on the UCF Academic Calendar. The Registrar’s Office and the college that houses your major will conduct a review of your coursework to determine if you are eligible to graduate. Missing requirements will be communicated to you by your college or the Registrar’s Office.
The What-If report allows you to hypothetically change your degree, major or track. Your new What-If report will show you what coursework is required for the new major or concentration, what courses you have taken that satisfy requirements, and what courses are still left for you to take.
No. The What-If function is for information purposes only. See your advisor if you plan to change your major.
Your academic advisor is your primary point of contact. However, you may also use the ServiceNow link to report a discrepancy on your myKnight Audit.
Yes. Click on the “View Report as PDF” green link on the interactive audit and you will be able to print your report as a PDF.
No, you do not need to resubmit your request. However, if the approved courses do not appear on the myKnight Audit, please report the issue through ServiceNow.
Usually this is because your web browser is blocking pop-ups. Try either disabling your pop-up blockers or allowing pop-ups on the site http://my.ucf.edu.
If a change of major has been submitted and the change is not posted yet, please contact the Registrar’s Office. In the meantime, please run a What-If report for the new plan. Please report other plan discrepancies, and all audit discrepancies, through the Service Now reporting tool: ucf.service-now.com
You must complete the PSAA Degree Audit webcourse. The prerequisites for this course are SR FERPA Training (SR100W) and PS SA/HR Basic Navigation (PSC001). Once you have completed all three training courses, your college or department security authorizer must send an request the appropriate access.
Your college or department security authorizer must request exception writing access and training through Academic Services.