How do I access myGPS: My Graduation Plan for Success?
What is an audit?
A myGPS audit is a review of past, current and planned coursework that provides information
on completed and outstanding requirements necessary to complete a degree.
Why don’t I have an audit?
- You must be a current, active student.
- You must be a degree-seeking student.
- Your program of study must be under a catalog year no older than 2011-2012.
If your name appears when you click on the myGPS icon, but there is a message that
you do not have an audit, you can still run a “What If” audit to see how your information
will apply to specific degrees.
Can I access myGPS on any computer?
Yes. Access to myGPS is through the Web. Anywhere you can login to myEFSC
, you can access myGPS.
Is my information confidential?
Yes. Like other processes you use through myEFSC
, my Graduation Plan for Success is accessed through your secure log in. Remember
that your advisor, faculty, and selected staff will be able to view the information
contained in myGPS.
How current will my information be in myGPS?
The information in myGPS is refreshed nightly whenever your information changes (e.g.,
grade changes or classes added/dropped) in Banner (Eastern Florida’s student information
Can I register for classes in myGPS?
No. myGPS is a snapshot of courses in-progress, planned, and in your academic history.
Registration will continue to be handled through TitanWeb inside myEFSC
Can I see how many classes I have left to fulfill my degree requirements?
Yes. myGPS is laid out in block format displaying degree-requirement information.
Look for unchecked boxes to identify requirements that you still need to complete.
Will I be able to plan for future courses?
Yes. See the “Planner” section of myGPS once logged in for information.
Are my grades visible in myGPS?
Yes. Once grades have been processed at the end of the semester, they are viewable
in myGPS following the nightly refresh. Courses in-progress are listed with a “REG”
Is myGPS a transcript? Is this the same as my transcript?
No. myGPS is an unofficial audit of your coursework, as well as an outline of requirements
still needed to complete your program of study. If you need an official transcript,
visit our transcript information page
Can I see a list of all of the classes I’ve taken?
Yes. Click on the Academic History link at the top inside the myGPS system for a printable
list of courses taken at EFSC as well as transfer courses.
What do I do if I believe my academic information is incorrect?
You should consult your academic advisor
for a review of your audit. Any exception to program requirements should be discussed
with your advisor.
How can I update information?
You cannot update academic program information in myGPS. To change your academic program,
you must submit a Major Code Change Form
to the campus Admissions and Records Office.
What will my audit show me?
Your audit will display the courses you’ve taken or are taking, transfer credit you
have received, and will show you any degree requirements that are being met and are
Will I be able to view my entire course history?
myGPS uses the information that is current for your transcript. You will be able to
view any courses that have been completed, are in progress, or have transferred in
by the date your audit was last refreshed. Keep in mind that any transfer work or
grade changes that have not been formally submitted and accepted will not appear on
If I think my audit is incorrect, whom do I contact?
Your academic advisor is your primary point of contact.
How do I know what classes I need to take?
Your audit will outline courses you still need to meet degree requirements within
each specific block. You may then use this information to discuss your plan with your
Why isn’t there a check mark next to a requirement I’ve already completed?
To ask about this, work with you academic advisor, your primary point of contact.
If your advisor determines that your audit is incorrect, he/she will contact the Office
of the Registrar for assistance.
Why isn’t my transfer work meeting a requirement?
There could be three reasons. First, the course did not meet either the minimum number
of credits and/or minimum grade requirement for use in your program of study. Second,
all requirements have been met and this course is simply not needed. Finally, only
lower division (freshman/sophomore) courses or those upper division courses for which
EFSC has a clear lower division course equivalent will be evaluated. Graduate and
advanced level courses will not be accepted by EFSC.
*Course work from non-regionally accredited colleges and universities will only be
evaluated for transfer when certain provisions are met. (See catalog for further information
If I withdraw from a class, will that be reflected in my audit?
Courses from which you have withdrawn will appear in the “Courses Not Successfully
Completed or Excluded by Grade Forgiveness” block on your myGPS audit.
My advisor told me that a course I took would be substituted for a requirement. Why
doesn’t this information appear in my audit?
You should contact your advisor to resolve any substitution or waiver issues. The
advisor will contact the correct office to correct the issue.
If all of the boxes are checked, does that mean I’m graduating?
It means that it appears you have met all the requirements to graduate. You must submit
an Intent to Graduate Application
and pay the graduation fee by the application deadline date posted in the Academic Calendar
. Upon final review by the Registrar, you will receive a diploma to acknowledge your
What is the “What If” feature?
If I use the “What If” feature does this mean that I have changed my major?
No. The “What If” function is for information purposes only. You will see the header
“What If” Audit displayed at the top of the audit whenever an audit is run on a “What
I’m thinking of changing my major. Will I be able to see how my current classes fit
into my “What If” program?
Yes. The “What If” function will perform an audit based on the hypothetical program
and will show how your completed, current, and planned coursework meets the requirements
of the hypothetical program.
Can my advisor see my “What If” scenario?
Since “What If” scenarios are not stored on myGPS, your advisor can only see your
results if the two of you work through a “What If” procedure together.
Can I save a “What If” scenario?
No. “What If” plans are not saved on myGPS. You would need to run a new “What If”
scenario next time you log in to see it again.
Can I print a “What If” scenario?
Yes. If you want to share it with your advisor at a later date, you should print your
“What If” scenario.
If I like what I see in a “What If‟ scenario, how do I initiate the changes?
Always speak with your advisor, financial aid and Veterans Affairs first, if applicable
to assess the impact of the change. After consulting with your advisor you will need
to initiate changes to your academic program by completing a Major Code Change Form
and submitting the form to the campus Admissions and Records Office.
Is the calculated GPA guaranteed?
No. It is an estimate only.