myCapMap is an online tool that allows students to track their completion of program requirements at Capilano University in an easy-to-read list of courses you have successfully completed, are currently enrolled in, or will be enrolling in a future term.
An audit is a review of the past and current coursework that provides information on completed and outstanding requirements. It is a tool that allows you to plan and track your progress towards completing your credential.
The information is confidential and can only be seen by yourself, staff in the Registrar's Office, as well as chairs/coordinators/conveners.
No. Registration information can be found at How to Register.
Courses that were previously taken at CapU should be displaying on your audit. However, courses that have exceeded a time limit may not be used within your audit.
Check your "courses not used toward current program" section and if you believe that the course could be used, contact Academic Advising at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updates are displayed within 48 hours of a change or update to your grade(s). We recommend waiting the full 48 hours.
Please contact our Academic Advising Department at email@example.com as your first step in clarifying what information you believe is incorrect.
These courses will be displayed in the "Insufficient Courses" area of the audit.
Courses completed at another institution will only show if you have applied for, and have been approved for transfer credit.
No. myCapMap is an unofficial record of your academic history and an official transcript can be requested by logging in your myCapU account. After logging in, please go to "Student Records", select an official transcript, complete and submit all required fields, and pay the transcript fee.
The audit places each course as a best fit and some courses may fall into multiple categories.
If a course is not being used correctly, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who have completed a Degree or Masters from the following countries listed on our English Language Requirements page could be exempted from taking ENGL 100.
Students must submit an official transcript to the Registrar's office. You will be exempted from ENGL 100 but will be required to pick up a 3.0 credit course in any subject when you are admitted to the University.
Any students who started their studies prior to October 2022 can email Academic Advising at email@example.com to have your ENGL 100 requirement reviewed.
If you started prior to Fall 2018 an audit will not be available. Please see an Academic Advisor by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Notes" are comments that have been added to your record by the Registrar’s Office team.