Registrar's Office

Degree Progress Report & Transfer Credit Information

The Degree Progress Report (DPR) is a tool that provides information about the completion status of undergraduate degree requirements at Cal Poly Pomona. Commonly referred to as the "DPR", it identifies course requirements that are satisfied, in progressed, and/or those still need of completion.
View the Degree Progress Report User Guide for Students 

 

Obtaining the Degree Progress Report & Transfer Credit Report (TCR) 

The Degree Progress Report (DPR) is available to students and academic advisors through the Advisee Student Center within the PeopleSoft system. Students can access their DPR through the MyCPP Portal

Current Cal Poly Pomona Students with transfer courses and entering Undergraduate Students attending Orientation can retrieve their Transfer Credit Report (TCR) from their Advisee Student Center within PeopleSoft after logging in via MyCPP Portal

Used together, the Degree Progress Report and Transfer Credit Report provide detailed information on how completed courses at Cal Poly Pomona and/or other institutions are applied to the completion of major requirements and progress to degree. 

Questions regarding your Degree Progress Report

For questions regarding your Degree Progress Report and Major Curriculum, please contact your Major Department Advisors. 

Transfer Credit Information

Students transferring into Cal Poly Pomona may be awarded credit for courses completed at other regionally accredited colleges and universities. Students must submit an official transcript from each institution where they completed courses. Upon receipt of the transcript, CPP course and/or unit credit is determined. Transfer courses may be applied toward specific requirements, such as general education or major requirements, or serve as elective credit.

A maximum of 70 semester units or 105 quarter units transferred from community colleges may be applied toward the cumulative unit requirement for a Bachelor's Degree (subject to change when the University converts to a semester calendar).

Transfer courses are applied toward degree requirements and are based on factors such as articulation agreements, unit limitation and GE certification. For specific transfer credit information, please see the links below. If after reviewing your Transfer Credit Report you have questions, please contact your Transfer and Graduation Advisor. 

Additional Graduation Requirements
The American Cultural Perspectives Requirement is a graduation requirement satisfied by completing the equivalent of an approved course from the list shown in the Cal Poly Pomona Catalog. Please note that completing the CSU Breadth General Education Certification pattern or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) does not guarantee satisfaction of this requirement. Contact the Registrar's Office for more details.

If you have taken a course in American Government at a college or university outside California or at a college or university in California that is not part of the California State University (CSU) or California community college system, or if you earned credit for American Government through an AP exam in high school, you may have been told that you still need to take a test in order to demonstrate knowledge of California government. Visit California Component Exam Information to learn more.

California Community College students who earn a transfer associate (AA-T or AS-T) degree are guaranteed admission with junior standing to a CSU and given priority admission over other transfer applicants when applying to a local CSU campus, or non-impacted CSU program. AA-T or AS-T admission applicants are given priority consideration to an impacted campus/program or to campuses/programs that have been deemed similar to the degree completed at the community college. Students who have completed an AA-T/AS-T in a program deemed similar to a Cal Poly Pomona major are able to complete remaining requirements for graduation within 60 semester units (90 quarter units). Roadmaps outlining the recommended plan for completing the 60 additional semester units (90 quarter units) are available.

View more information on A Degree With a Guarantee Associate Degree for Transfer Program.

The following unit limitations on transfer courses apply to graduate students*:
A maximum of 13 units from an accredited institution or from Extended University may be applied to the Master's Degree requirements with departmental and college approval. Time limits apply to the acceptance of transfer courses.
*Note: Subject to change when the University converts to a semester calendar.

Transfer Credit FAQs

The TCR includes courses transferred by students admitted into Cal Poly Pomona in fall 2004 to present. Generally, courses from nearby California community colleges are automatically entered into the report, while courses coming from out of state require manual intervention prior to being included.

Articulation agreements exist only for California community colleges. Therefore, all courses taken at out-of-state and private school institutions may receive generic course credits. Petitioning course work to be applied toward specific requirements is the best procedure to follow when seeking course equivalencies other than generic transfer credits. Complete the Course Substitution or Acceptance of Transfer Coursework Form available on the Forms page to file a petition.

In order for courses taken at a California community college to be applied toward the CSU General Education pattern, the course must be a certified General Education course. Go to ASSIST to see if your course is GE-certifed. When verifying your course against the Assist.org course listings, make sure that you are checking against the list for the term and year that coincides with the term and year you completed your course. (Certification is term- and year-based.) If the course is listed and it does not appear in your Transfer Credit Report, contact your Transfer and Graduation Advisor.

The Degree Progress Report is a system generated report that, when used with the Transfer Credit Report, will show you how your transfer courses are applied toward your degree requirements.

Contact your major advisor to discuss this matter. If your advisor agrees that your course can be used to satisfy a specific requirement in your major, or can be equated to a specific course in your major, ask your advisor to assist you in completing the Course Substitution or Acceptance of Transfer Coursework Form available on the Forms page, and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.

You can petition for the grade you received in your transfer course to be removed from the calculation of your grade point average by submitting the Course Repetition Form available on the Forms page to your Academic or Department advisor.  Upon obtaining the necessary approval, return the form to the Registrar’s Office for recording. Remember, the Repeated Course Policy can be applied to a maximum of 16 units on transfer or CPP coursework.

Please visit ASSIST to check for established articulation agreements between colleges and universities and Cal Poly Pomona. When in doubt, seek clarification from your Academic Advisor in your major department, the Articulation Office (jllozano@cpp.edu) or your Transfer & Graduation Advisor in the Registrar's Office.

Watch Viewing Your DPR & Academic Information for a quick guide through the DPR. If you still need assistance after watching, please see your academic advisor in your major department.

There are specific unit limitations to what can be transferred and/or applied toward your degree at Cal Poly Pomona.  Although the maximum number of units that can be applied toward your Cal Poly Pomona degree from the community college is 70 semester (105 quarter) units, subject credit will still be awarded for all transferable courses. Visit Transfer Credit Information to find out more details about unit limitations. 

Contact the Admissions & Enrollment Planning Office to find out if your transcript from the transfer institution has been received by Cal Poly Pomona. If it has been received, contact a Transfer and Graduation Advisor.