Wolf Watch

 


A Degree Evaluation and Advising Tool
for Undergraduate Students

 


 

 Accessing Wolf Watch Reviewing Your Audit 

Frequently Asked Questions | Wolf Watch Tutorials

 


 Wolf Watch is a web-based tool designed to help students and advisors monitor students' progression toward degree completion. Wolf Watch tracks degree progress, prepares for registration, and plans for graduation. This degree audit system combines UWG’s degree requirements and students' completed coursework in a user friendly worksheet. In addition, it maintains a record of advisement notes and schedules. Wolf Watch is an effective tool that aids academic advising, but it is not intended to replace face-to-face advising sessions.

Wolf Watch allows students and advisors the ability to develop long-range degree completion plans. Wolf Watch also streamlines the graduation process, and it helps students spend less time deciphering degree requirements and more time pursuing their academic goals.

All currently enrolled undergraduate students that did not apply for Spring 2010 graduation or those who first attended UWG in Fall 1998 or later can utilize Wolf Watch.

 

Accessing Wolf Watch

Accessing Wolf Watch is as easy as 1-2-3!

Step 1 - Start by logging in to myUWG, found on UWG’s homepage.

Step 2 - After logging in, choose the BanWeb tab.

Step 3 - Choose the Wolf Watch link at the bottom of the screen.

 

Reviewing Your Degree Audit

Click here to view an online tutorial on how to interpret your degree audit or Click here to obtain a PDF version of the overview.

In addition, you will find a list of several other features that Wolf Works offers. These allow you to make informed decisions about your future schedule.

For instance, Wolf Works has a "What If" feature that will enable you to pick a different major and view the modified degree audit, a "Look Ahead" feature that will apply future courses to your audit to view their affect, a "GPA Calculator" for correct term calculation, advice calculation, and graduation calculation, and a "Planner" feature that will allow you and your advisor to plan for upcoming semesters.