CAPP Degree Evaluation
Welcome to Curriculum, Advising & Program Planning (CAPP), the University's online degree evaluation system. CAPP Degree Evaluation is designed to help students achieve their academic goals efficiently. The system is used to compare your completed coursework against degree requirements published in the college catalog. CAPP is not meant to replace your academic advisor/program office or the college catalog, but is a reference tool to help you track your progress towards degree completion.
CAPP Degree Evaluation enables students and advisors to measure academic progress towards degree requirements at anytime through WebSTAR. Please note that your CAPP Degree Evaluation is not official. You should consult your academic advisor/program office for detailed program requirements and course options.
- How to Access CAPP Degree Evaluation through WebSTAR
- How to Access CAPP Degree Evaluation through SharkLink
- CAPP Guide for Students
- CAPP degree evaluations are not official.
- CAPP is not meant to replace meeting with your academic advisor/program office.
- CAPP reports are not available for non-degree seeking students.
- For undergraduate students, CAPP reports are not available for undeclared or undecided majors. A what-if analysis can be used to view a desired program and major.
- For undergraduate programs, CAPP can only be used for catalog years beginning Fall 2000 or later. For graduate programs, the catalog years available for CAPP may vary. Should you attempt to generate a CAPP report and no course detail information is displayed, please contact your academic advisor/program office.
- Not all transfer coursework has been equated to NSU courses. Questions regarding transfer course evaluation should be directed to your academic advisor/program office.
- A new evaluation should always be generated to reflect changes to your record.
- Final approval for the completion of graduation requirements is determined by your Program Office.