Helpful Forms
Many forms are needed from time to time. Listed below are some of these forms. They are in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. You will need a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer in order to view any of these.

  • Checksheets - A systematic list of courses necessary for your degree.
  • Transfer Information for Construction Courses - A student who is transferring in from another construction program may have a previously established transfer equivalency. Follow this link to the current list of construction programs and their course equivalencies sheets or this link for general transfer information.
  • Checklists - A form that is needed for graduation clearance and a website link to General Education website.
  • General Education Matrix - A graphic representation of general education requirements provided in a format for use by construction students.


When did you enter the construction program?

From time to time, the program modifies the course offerings, prerequisites, and other features of the checksheets. With few exceptions, the checksheet that existed at the time that you started the program is the checksheet that you will need to complete. Prior to registering each semester, you should review the appropriate checksheet as provided below. 

Started in August 2007 to the present

Started in August 2006 or January 2007

      Started in January of 2006 or earlier


General Education Checklist  - Needed to apply for graduation.

General Education Courses - A link to the General Education website.


Registration Clearance:

Be prepared to meet with your advisor. In our college, students need to have an Advisor Hold lifted before they are clear to register. Many professors will do this while you are meeting with them in their office.


The General Education requirements are difficult and somewhat confusing to follow. You will need a certain number of credits in Scientific Understanding, Math, etc. Most of this is handled by closely following your program checksheet.

However, you will have the opportunity and requirement to select 18 credit hours of general education courses from two major categories: Cultural Enrichment and Social Awareness. These are further divided into three subcategories of Social Foundations, Global Consciousness, and Race/Gender/Ethnicity.

The following link will provide a graphic matrix of these requirements specifically tailored for our construction programs. Please keep in mind that the courses offered in these categories change every semester.

Disclaimer: The matrix is NOT official and is to be used to assist you in selecting these types of courses. It is the responsibility of every student to make certain that the courses they ultimately complete meet the requirements for general education.

General Education Matrix