DARS Information


View your own degree audit at no cost. The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) delivers computerized information about course requirements needed to complete your degree or program of study at Hibbing Community.

Your DARS report shows you:

  • Courses and requirements you already completed at Hibbing Community College.
  • Courses and requirements you still need to complete at Hibbing Community College.
  • Course options to plan your registration at Hibbing Community College.
  • Transfer of credit and courses and their application toward MnTC completion.
  • Approved Academic Petitions/Exceptions to requirements or credit by exam.

Access your DARS Report

Login to Eservices using your StarID and Password. Select Grades and Transcripts and then Degree Audit Report. You may use Hibbing Community College's Computer Lab, and Library to view and print your own DARS report at no cost.

Understanding Your DARS Audit

View a tutorial about "How to Read Your Interactive DARS Audit". If the degree or program of study listed at the top of your DARS report is incorrect, you must update your college enrollment information by submitting the Student Change of Information Form to the Admissions Office.

For questions or problems related to printing your DARS, call 218-262-6735 or email Ask Us.

Bring your DARS audit to all academic counseling sessions and attach a copy of your DARS report to any Academic Petition. For questions about your DARS results or fulfilling your degree requirements, contact a Hibbing Community College Academic Advisor/Counselor at 218-262-7200.

Note: DARS was released at Hibbing Community College in Fall 2003. Some transfer credit and approved academic petitions received prior to Fall 2003 may not appear in DARS. However, this information is still part of a student's academic record at Hibbing.

Transferlogy (Web-based course transfer system)

Check how your courses transfer in and transfer out of Hibbing Community College. Transferlogy is a free multi-state online tool for students and advisors, used in determining course equivalencies, program requirements, and applicability of coursework when transferring between schools.

Information obtained through Transferlogy should be considered unofficial and should be verified when you transfer in and transfer out of Hibbing Community College.

Office Hours and Contact

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Kari Doucette
Main Phone: 218-262-6735