Academic Audit: A review of the student academic records to confirm that all program requirements for completion have been met.
Once students complete all course requirements, they are supposed to fill in an audit form. The purpose of completing the audit is so that students can confirm that they have successfully done all courses that are needed for them to complete their degree or diploma requirements.
Once the audit form is completed and submitted by the student, the Registrar’s Office will begin to review the forms and make any necessary adjustments that may arise. These adjustments may take several weeks to process during peak periods.
While the Registrar’s Office does check degree completion periodically and will contact students when issues are discovered, it is ultimately the student’s responsibility to register for and complete their degree or diploma requirements. Students who fail to submit audits on time risk having issues go undiscovered.
Library Audit – The RU Librarian must confirm all books or materials reserved from the library have been returned to the library and there are no outstanding fees.