Students have long been able to find out if they’re eligible to earn an academic degree through the University of Missouri’s website.

But now, with new rules requiring schools to give out degrees and credentials electronically, students have a new tool in their toolbox: their college or university’s academic catalog.

The new rules will be in place in 2019 and apply to the following colleges and universities:The new policy will be available to students in 2019.

However, it is not yet clear whether the changes will apply to colleges that are not on the list of new universities.

Students can still check if they are eligible for the degree by going to the U of M’s website, clicking on the ‘Check Your Degree’ link, and then choosing whether to accept or reject the offer.

The changes will affect all undergraduate degrees offered through the university’s four main academic programs: the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor’s degree and Bachelor of Technology.

They are offered at most colleges and will be listed on the University’s website starting in 2019, as well as on the online catalog.

If you are unsure whether you are eligible to graduate with a degree, you can check the eligibility requirements of your major or degree programs on the U.S. Department of Education website, or on your state’s websites.

You can also search for an academic program online, or look up a degree from your university.

If your college or campus offers a degree that is listed on a list of institutions, that institution may also be eligible to receive an academic award.

For more information, see the U-M blog post here.