The myKnight Audit for Advisors and Faculty

As part of the University of Central Florida’s commitment to provide its students with an exceptional education experience, we’ve created the myKnight Audit, accessible via . It is an academic advising tool that enables undergraduate students to more efficiently plan their academic career, select the right courses, and track their progress toward degree completion.

Advisors and Faculty FAQ

To help you through the transition to a new degree audit system, we’ve assembled many of the more commonly asked questions here. If your question isn’t listed, we invite you to email or report an audit discrepancy through Service Now.

Beginning May 2016, UCF will use a new PeopleSoft Academic Advising report, which is branded as the myKnight Audit.

Yes. For new and continuing UCF undergraduate students, the myKnight Audit will replace DARS beginning in May 2016.

The myKnight Audit is available for select academic advisors beginning in January 2016 and fully available for advisors and students to use in May 2016.

If a change of major has been submitted and the change is not posted yet, please contact the Registrar’s Office. In the meantime, please run a What-If report for the new plan. Please report other plan discrepancies, and all audit discrepancies, through the Service Now reporting tool:

Select advisors, faculty advisors, and advising support staff have access to see reports during the Spring 2016 term. Your college or department will share this information with you if you are selected for early access.

You must complete a training session, through your college or through Academic Services, prior to receiving access to the audit. A training Webcourse is available for individuals who cannot attend a live training session.

After appropriate training, all advisors and faculty advisors will receive access to view the new myKnight Audit in May 2016, along with undergraduate students. Please send an email to if you are an advisor and you are not able to run reports. Make sure to include your NID.

Advisors that currently have access to create exceptions in DARS should have access to create exceptions in PeopleSoft. If you need training please contact us ( for available assistance.

E-mail us with your questions, comments, or suggestions at (Academic Services).