myPurduePlan for Students


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How do I read the myPurduePlan worksheet?

Student Information Block

The student information block shows academic information (e.g., classification, GPA, college, major, etc.). If you believe that any information is incorrect or incomplete, report the problem to your academic advisor.


The legend shows the meaning of symbols that you will find in the degree worksheet. The legend information is displayed at the top of the worksheet and also at the bottom.

Degree Progress Indicator

The degree progress indicator shows the percent of all requirements completed towards the degree.

Degree Block

The degree block is a summary of all of the requirements in the student’s degree worksheet. It shows the total number of credits required for the degree, number of credits applied, degree GPA and catalog term.

Major Block

The major block is a summary of the requirements for the major. It shows the catalog term and the student’s major GPA.

Minor Block

The minor block is a summary of the requirements for the minor. It shows the catalog term and the student’s minor GPA. Note: Not all programs contain a minor block.

Concentration Block

The concentration block is a summary of the requirements for the concentration. It shows the catalog term, concentration GPA, credits required, and credits applied. There is also a summary of the unmet conditions for the set of requirements. Note: Not all programs contain a concentration block.

Fallthrough Block

The fallthrough block contains the courses that are not used to fulfill specific degree requirements. These courses do not meet specific degree requirements.

Insufficient Block

The insufficient block includes all courses that fall below the minimum grade requirements. These may include courses with grades of W (Withdraws), I (Incomplete), F (Failing) and courses that have been retaken which are excluded.

In Progress Block

The in progress block includes all courses for which the student is registered. Note: WIP = Work In Progress.

Not Counted

Courses that are not counted in a degree worksheet are specified courses that do not meet degree requirements, such as courses that are greater than 10-years-old, courses not allowed to meet degree requirements (e.g., lower level math classes may not be used for credit in engineering programs), remedial classes, etc.)


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