Top Questions for ADP

The ADP Catalog is a resource for academic policy and procedure.

You must submit an ADP Change of Major Request.

The degree audit is a tool used by students, academic advisors and the Registrar’s Office to display and track a student’s curriculum requirements for graduation. You may access your degree audit in FalconLink; search for Degreeworks (Student).

Before contacting your advisor or the Registrar’s Office, click the “Process New” button first, which causes DegreeWorks to recalculate and redisplay any information that has changed since the last time you viewed it. If there are still questions, email and a representative from the Registrar’s office will follow up with you.

A student may repeat any course in which a grade of D+, D, or F was received. With repeated courses, the second grade and credits count in the calculation of the student’s cumulative GPA, but the original grade and course will remain on the student’s transcript. All repeat courses must be taken at Messiah University, including approved off-campus programs or through consortial agreements, subject to the assessment of course equivalency.

A student’s cumulative grade point average is determined by dividing the number of quality points earned by the number of credit hours attempted in which quality points may be earned (graded total). Credits transferred from other institutions do not carry quality points and are therefore not computed in the grade point average. Credits taken through consortial agreements where a grade is transferred do carry quality points and are therefore included when calculating the grade point average.

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