Spring 2013 Grades are now Available!
Looking for something related to Registration? Go to the Registrar's home page.
Problems Printing? Internet Explorer 8 users: If you go to print your complete audit and are only get the first page, go to Tools, then select Compatibility View.
Helpful Information for your Advisement Sessions.
- GPA Calculator available along with this Tutorial on how to use it.
- How to use Degree Navigator 5 for Faculty & Staff (pdf, 280KB)
- How to use Degree Navigator 5 for Students (pdf, 158KB)
- Tips When Advising
- Get Help or share your valuable input by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
About Degree Navigator 5
Degree Navigator is Buffalo State's student audit system and monitors a student's progress toward graduation. With Degree Navigator 5 comes new features and a new interface. DN5 provides easier navigation for students, advisors, and audit administrators.
Degree Navigator is being piloted for a few graduate degree programs. Departments interested in using Degree Navigator for this purpose, please email email@example.com
Step 1: Logging On
Enter your NT username (BSCLOGON\username if you are a Windows XP user) and password in the appropriate box and click "OK".
Step 2: Signing In
Enter "staff" for both username and password on the login page. If you are an audit administrator, enter your web editor username and password.
Step 3: Accessing a Students RecordEnter the students username, now all in lowercase, in the "Load Student" box and click "Go."
If you do not know your students username, there is a Stedent Search link in this same box.
Step 4: Navigating the Record
Under the students name, select the degree choice that corresponds with the students degree you wish to view. Students with another degree of study, a minor, or a concentration will have more than one option.
Step 4: Getting to the Audit Sheet
By default the Full Audit Report has been selected for you. You may choose another audit report by using the drop down box.
FERPA StatementThe privacy of student records is protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, a federal law.
Care must be taken that student information is used only in the "legitimate educational interest" of the student, and that information in student records in neither accessed by, nor disclosed to, any other party unless they are college personnel with a need to know, and are acting in the student's "legitimate educational interest".
Those whose actions lead to a breach in privacy may have their access privileges removed.