Understanding Your Degree Evaluation
This degree evaluation tool assumes successful completion of any courses in which you are currently enrolled. It is an unofficial evaluation and you are responsible for meeting the academic requirements as they are outlined in the catalog associated with the term in which you matriculated at William and Mary.
Social Class Assignment
Shows the social class in which you are currently assigned and is used for determining your registration window.
Required Undergraduate Hours
Sums the hours you have earned with the hours inprogress. Also tracks your overall GPA (2.0 minimum) and required institutional hours earned (60).
GER1 – GER7
Corresponds to the general education requirements outlined in the catalog.
Freshman Seminar Requirement
All new freshmen must take a freshman seminar during their first year at W&M. Transfer students may also be required to take a seminar.
Foreign Language Requirement
All students must complete the foreign language proficiency, either through coursework here, or prior to matriculation.
All students must complete the lower division writing proficiency, either through coursework here, or prior to matriculation.
Digital Info Literacy Prof
All new freshmen must complete the digital information literacy proficiency. Transfer students with fewer than 39 hours (earned since high school graduation) transferred here must also complete the digital information literacy proficiency.
Major(s) (and Minor, if applicable)
Information will appear after all the general education and proficiency requirements above. These requirements correspond to the catalog year when you declare your major/minor.
Notice of Candidacy to Grad
All students must declare their intent to graduate one year prior to the term in which they plan to have their degree conferred. This will show as "NOT MET" if you have not applied to graduate.
EQUIVALENCIES (No CREDIT)
This area is informational only and will always show as "NOT MET." Students who have earned course equivalencies, either through AP, IB, or institutional testing, will have their equivalencies posted here. These equivalencies do not carry any credit or GER designations.