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Undergraduate Policies that Affect Degree Progress

Applicants and students use the degree planning tool, MyProgress, to transfer course information and allows you to plan in courses that are still needed to complete the degree requirements. MyProgress shows your degree requirements by categories of credits needed, such as General Education, Area of Study, Free Elective requirements.

MyProgress is your personalized degree map to completion! It has been personalized for you using the transfer credit you have sent to us. MyProgress outlines the requirements to earn your degree, which requirements you have already completed, and which you still need to complete. It also provides course options for the remaining requirements, focusing on TESU courses with Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC). After reviewing the information in MyProgress, contact us at (609) 777-5680 to discuss the time and cost needed to finish and how to get started. Then get ready to finish your degree!

These policies affect the placement of courses in MyProgress as well as guide your path in earning your degree. These are not all the academic policies that govern your degree progress. Students are responsible for knowing and following all academic policies.

While we have safeguards in place to ensure all transfer credit applied to your record is accurate, we encourage you to review the transfer course details also. If you see an error, you are responsible for notifying us immediately by email at In the rare case of an error, we do reserve the right to remove or correct transfer credit errors, such as in sources of credit, grades, courses, or credit amounts.

Please know that the MyProgress degree program plan is not a TESU transcript. You can find information on TESU transcripts here.

Review Explaining Your Evaluation and MyProgress and MyProgress Key to Abbreviations for additional information.

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