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University has a variety of ways that allow you to determine the courses you
need take to complete your program of choice.
that are full may have an open seats on the waitlist. When you register in the
full course, you will be able to add yourself to the waitlist and if a spot
becomes available, you will be sent an offer. Please note: waitlist positions
must be confirmed every 24 hours. For information on waitlisting, please visit
“How to Register” on the CapU Website.
the course does not have a waitlist, check back later and it may have space
open up. It is worthwhile to include them in your list of courses when you’re
trying to build a possible schedule; however, you will want to make sure you
have a list of alternative courses should it not become available.
on the resolution of your computer, your screens may look a little different
than the tutorials.
you are “zoomed in”, your ADD COURSES panel will take up a full screen, as
will need to click Generate Schedules to view your RESULTS window, with Calendar display.
can return to ADD COURSES by clicking the ADD
can increase or decrease your computers viewing settings to change the view
that you receive. If you prefer the “Zoomed in” view, you can increase the zoom
on your computer settings to view the ADD COURSES and RESULTS windows on
can increase and decrease your zoom two ways:
must remove or replace one of the conflicting courses before you can view
available schedules. myCap Schedules will not allow you to view any schedules
that contain time conflicts.
You can also check and uncheck courses to view how your schedules would look without them.
we recommend all students to use myCap Schedule. If you are a cohort student,
you can select your courses by typing in the specific CRNs (Course Registration
Numbers), or course names given to you by your program and send them directly
to the Registration system by clicking
Register. You can also create and save this schedule to your
Favourites ahead of your registration date. Then, during registration, you can
load it from your FAVOURITES and click Register to register.
When you block off a time
period, myCap Schedule sorts the results to prioritize the schedules that avoid
those times. However, if there are not any courses available that do not
overlap with blocked-off time, those that have the least amount of overlap will
be prioritized. If there are only courses during the blocked-off times, they
will still be shown. myCap Schedule can only provide schedules for the courses
in the time they are available; if your block-off times cannot be met, you may
want to try another course.
In the search bar, you can type in either the instructors first or last name.
Courses that the instructor is teaching in the selected term will appear.
If you are registered or waitlisted
for a course and want to look for other courses in the same timeslot, when you
log in, you will see your enrolled/waitlisted course displayed in the ADD
COURSES panel with a check box next to it.
the check box selected, you will be unable to search for courses that are on
the same day and time.
view these courses, unselect the check box. The course you are searching for
When you have conflicted or overlapping timeblocks for your courses, you can select and deselect different courses to see how they will work with your schedule.
To do this, you check or uncheck the course box in the ADD COURSES panel. This will remove the course from your schedule, while keeping it in your list of Added courses.
Please note: unchecking this box will also remove the course from your Registration box. Make sure the box is checked in all courses that you want to register for.
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Capilano University is named after Chief Joe Capilano, an important leader of the Squamish (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh) Nation of the Coast Salish people. We respectfully acknowledge that our campuses are located on the territories of the Lil’wat, Musqueam, Sechelt (shíshálh), Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.