Step 1 : You may obtain a report of attempted and completed credit hours from the admissions office. Alternatively, you may determine your attempted and completed credit totals by reviewing your academic transcript.

Step 2 : Look to the bottom of your Unofficial Transcript to find your Transcript Totals.

Step 3 : Enter your attempted GC hours, transfer earned hours, and transfer deductions if applicable..

Example of attempted credits from Duckweb

Step 4 : Enter your earned hours.

Example of earned credits from Duckweb

Step 5 :

Click on the Calculate PACE button to determine your pace based on the information you entered.

For financial aid eligibility, you must complete 67% of your cumulative attempted credits to be on pace to graduate. All students are monitored for pace at the end of every term. If your completion rate drops below 67%, you will be placed on Financial Aid Warning for one term. If your completion rate remains below 67% after the warning term, your status will change to Financial Aid Suspension. You will have an opportunity to appeal to regain eligibility. Your appeal must include a degree plan to get back on pace. If your appeal is approved, you will remain eligible for financial aid on an Academic Plan until you have regained eligibility, As long as you are meeting the terms of your academic plan you will remain eligible for financial aid and will not need to re-appeal each term. Keep in mind, you still need to meet the other financial aid satisfactory academic progress requirements to retain your financial aid eligibility while you are following your plan to get back in good standing.

The Pace Calculator results are intended to provide students with a planning tool regarding the pace credit completion requirement. The results of the calculator are unofficial. Official pace results are determined by Financial Aid processing and the results are posted to the official institution student record.