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Important information about WebAdvisorStudents can use WebAdvisor for many functions besides registering for classes. Students can access financial information; communicate with advisers; register for classes; view grades and transcripts; and finally, apply for graduation on this page. One tool that students may find helpful is the program evaluation. This program is listed under Academic Profile. The program evaluation is updated every semester. It includes the total number of credit hours you have at Capital and the number you need to complete to graduate. It lists your GPA, grades and courses completed. It also identifies courses needed to complete your program of study. Students sometimes submit this document to employers to verify grades. Take a few minutes to become familiar with the WebAdvisor.
How to register for classes onlineAll registration for classes must be completed online through WebAdvisor. Here is the step-by-step process to help you accomplish your online registration.
TroubleshootingIf you need to reset or find out what your user name and password is for your Capital e-mail account, please contact the Information Technology (I.T.) Help Desk at 614-236-6508 or via e-mail at email@example.com. If you are having technical difficulties with WebAdvisor, please contact the I.T. Desk so they can walk you through steps to correct the problem. How to order books onlineThe Capital University Bookstore, located in the Harry C. Moores Campus Center, is the primary source of textbooks and supplies for students enrolled in undergraduate programs. For the convenience of students and faculty, the Bookstore is open extended hours at the beginning of each semester. These hours can change from semester to semester. To find out the current hours of the Bookstore visit www.capital.bncollege.com. Textbooks, Capital clothing and gift items are available online at this site. All Bookstore questions may be directed to 614-236-6116.Textbooks can be ordered online and shipped to your home address or you may check the option to pick them up, avoiding shipping costs. If you choose pickup, you will not have to wait in line to purchase your books.How to order textbooks online:
How to connect your Capital e-mail to another e-mail addressHow often do you check your Capital e-mail? Do you realize that the university and the School of Nursing use that route to communicate with you? Repeatedly, faculty members hear students say that they don’t check their e-mail often. As a result, they miss esssential information. Please recognize that it is your responsibility to check your e-mail and that you are held responsible for information sent to you via that route.Our society seems to be in a transition in the way we communicate. Increasingly, e-mail is becoming the norm for much communication. On an economic level, it also makes sense for the university to communicate with students and faculty via e-mail. Would life be simpler with one less e-mail account? Would you like to have your Capital e-mail forwarded to your home account? Well, you can accomplish this. It is possible to have your Capital e-mail forwarded to your home account. You can do this by following these steps:
How to get your student ID, e-mail account and parking passID, E-mail AccountOnce you have been accepted into the BSN-Completion Program, you will receive a letter assigning you to an academic adviser. The letter will contain a “pink slip.” You will need to bring the pink slip to Information Technology (I.T.), located in the lower level of Blackwell Library, to get your Capital picture ID and e-mail account. In order to get your ID and e-mail account, you will need to present a picture ID. If you have questions about this process you may call the I.T. Help Desk at 614-236-6508 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Parking PassIn the mail you will receive a pamphlet on Motor Vehicle Regulations at Capital University. This pamphlet discusses the rules and regulations of parking at Capital. It includes the types of permits and their cost. Every motor vehicle operated or parked on the property of Capital University by a student must be registered with the Public Safety Office and display a valid permit. Permits can be purchased at the Public Safety Office on College Avenue.
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