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Your degree audit is an advising tool designed to assist you in planning for graduation. It matches the course that you have taken, are currently taking or pre-registered for your degree requirements. It is customized to your specific major(s) and/or minor(s) requirements as outline in the CU bulletin for which you came under.
To finalize your degree audit, you need to obtain all the necessary signatures. These signatures include your advisor for all majors and minors, the dean’s signature for Nursing, the Conservatory and the School of Management or the department chair for the Arts & Sciences and the School for Education and Professional Studies. Note: All education majors need additional education chair’s signature. Failure to obtain the necessary signatures in a timely fashion could result in a delay of your graduation from Capital University.
All new students, freshman and transfer, need to start the process in the Admissions Office. For more information, please visit our Admissions web page.
The Student Accounts Office handles all the money for tuition. The Registrar’s Office only handles the registration process. We have no way of knowing what you owe. For more information, please visit our Student Accounts web page.
You will always need your advisor’s signature to make any changes. You will need the instructor’s signature if a class you are adding is closed and to drop a class, you need the instructor’s signature and last date of attendance after the first two weeks of the fall or spring semester. After the first two weeks, you will need dean’s signature to add a class. After approximately eight weeks you will need the dean’s signature to drop a class with a “W” recorded.
The “W” shows you withdrew from the class. It does not calculate into your GPA.
You can contact the transcript coordinator at (614) 236-6707 and simply ask. You can also email your questions to our office at email@example.com.
Under the Family and Educational Privacy Rights Act, we are unable to give out information, such as grades and GPA’s over the phone. We can only give out public information, such as graduation verification. However, if a student signed the FERPA agreement and has a hold on their account no information can be given out on the phone or in person.
To release any information to a group or company, we need your hand written signature. Giving us your written permission allows us to release your information.
The issuance of transcripts can take 5-10 business regardless. The quickest way to get a transcript is to come into our office and get a same day transcript for $10. You should put in your request at least one week in advance. Note: you may not be able to receive your transcripts if you have a financial hold on your account.
We are located in Yochum Hall on the main level. The office number is 115. Yochum Hall is located on the Mound Street plaza. During the school year we are open 8:30 am to 5:00pm. Summer hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm. The week between Christmas and New Year's, the university is closed.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2014 Capital University