Stay on Track for Graduation with your Degree Progress Report

Your Degree Progress Report (DPR) is a tool in Albert that helps you (and your advisor) track your progress towards completing your degree.

It allows you to view:

  • program requirements you have completed;
  • requirements you still need to fulfill; and
  • transfer credits, waivers, and exceptions applied toward your degree.

Your Degree Progress Report is used to determine your eligibility for graduation - make sure to check it before meeting with your advisor and registering for classes. If you have any questions, please contact your advisor or school.

If you are a graduate student at Steinhardt, Tandon or Tisch, you may not be able to access a Degree Progress Report in Albert. To verify your path toward graduation, please check your degree/program information in Albert and contact your advisor if you have any questions.

How do I access my Degree Progress Report?

1. Albert

From the Student Home page in Albert, go to the Academics section and click on the Degree Progress Report link under Planning Tools

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2. Degree Progress Report

Your Degree Progress Report will appear in a new window box.

Your Degree Progress Report (DPR) is specific to you and your program/plan. The DPR includes information about your Expected Graduation Term, Graduation Status, and exceptions to your academic record requested by your advisor.


Look for items labeled as Not Satisfied to find your outstanding requirements that you must complete in order to graduate. They will often detail what is missing and how to satisfy them. Questions about your academic requirements should be directed to your academic advisor.