Registrar’s Office Releases Degree Audit System

Computer-generated degree audits will be available via TruView beginning Jan. 18 for all degree-seeking undergraduate students who first attended Truman in fall 2004. Implementation of the degree audit module, named CAPP (Curriculum Advising and Program Planning), is a component of the overall Banner Computer Systems Implementation Project and is part of Truman’s commitment to providing convenient, online services to students.

Students will access their degree audit via TruView in much the same manner as they currently view their class schedule, semester grades, transcript, account detail, and financial aid information. Students can request degree audits for their current degree program and/or request audits for other programs using a “what-if” scenario.

CAPP degree audits will include all coursework completed at Truman, all coursework in progress at Truman, and all courses that have been transferred to Truman from another institution. CAPP will provide a quick and convenient method for students to track degree progress, to prepare for registration, and to plan for graduation. Students who will be able to audit their records using this system and their advisers will receive an e-mail this week providing them with information and instructions for using the system. For additional information concerning the degree audit system, please contact the Registrar’s Office, McClain Hall 104 at 785.4143.

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