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Tuesday, January 27

Blizzard conditions are now impacting our region and a Connecticut statewide travel ban is in effect. The University will be closed today, Tuesday, Jan. 27.  Day and evening classes are canceled. An updated advisory on the status of classes and operations for tomorrow will be posted this evening. During the time that the University is closed, the Commons, Subway, and Village Market will maintain regular hours for residential dining services and the Sports Center will be open for use by residential students only. Gengras Student Union and University Libraries are closed.   snow closing guide

All Hartt Community Division activities are canceled today.

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How to Interpret a CAPP Report

A Brief Description of the Detail Requirements Report


  1. The top portion of the report provides basic information (e.g., name, ID#, degree & major). [See Figure 1]
  2. In addition, there is a general summary of information used in the evaluation (e.g., number of credits required and used in the evaluation). [See Figure 1]
  3. Next follows a Comments section. Any approved substitutions and waivers are listed in this section. [See Figure 1]
  4. The evaluation is then broken down into Areas or Groups. The first area is the major area (e.g., BA Psychology Major Req.). The area contains Rules (e.g., CORE, 18 credits, “Student must take the following courses: PSY 101, 102, 270W, 372, 405, 470W.”). [See Figure 1]
    • To the left of each rule is a Met column. If all requirements of the rule have been met, it will state Yes. Otherwise, it will state No.[See Figure 1]
    • To the right are those courses that meet the rule along with Grade and Credit information about each course used. In addition, at the bottom of the area is a listing of the Total Credits and GPA for the area. [See Figure 1]
  5. If all rules and the major’s GPA requirement have been met, it will state Met at the top of the Area. If not, it will state Not Met. [See Figure 1]
  6. After the major Area comes a General Education section. It begins with a summary area that lists all the groups that make up the overall General Education section (e.g., Low Credit- Psychology). In addition, it lists which of the groups have been met or not met.[See Figure 2]
  7. Following this summary area are the different groups that make up the General Education requirements (e.g., First Year Seminar). Like the major area, these groups contain rules that are either Met or Not Met. Moreover, if all of the rules have been met within a group, it will state Met at the top of the group. [See Figure 2]

Figure 1

Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 2

  1. If the student selects a minor while generating a What If Analysis, a minor area will follow the various groups that compose the General Education requirements (e.g., Philosophy Minor). Minors must be selected using What If Analysis to show on the Detail Requirements Report. [See Figure 3]
  2. The last part of the evaluation is an Unused Elective area. It lists all courses passed by the student but not used in the major or the general education sections above. [See Figure 3]

Figure 3

Figure 3

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