GENIUS Olympiad award ceremony
Winners among the 331 finalists will receive awards in the global high school environmental competition. Many students dress in native costume for the ceremony and wave their nations' flags. 312-2698. Free; parking for those attending GENIUS Olympiad events is available in the large residential, employee and commuter lots south of Hart and Funnelle residence halls; there will be limited parking in Lot 1, an employee lot west of Mary Walker Health Center. http://www.oswego.edu/news/index.php/site/news_story/genius_finalists_2013
Location: Arena and Convocation Hall, Campus Center
Thursday, June 20, 1:15 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Third Summer Session begins
Monday, July 8, noon - noon
Men's Soccer Classic - Alfred vs. Morrisville
Location: Oswego, NY- Laker Soccer Field
Friday, Aug 30, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Men's Soccer Classic - Oswego State vs. Houghton
Location: Oswego, NY- Laker Soccer Field
Friday, Aug 30, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 20, noon - noon
GOLD Third Thursdays
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Location: Various Cities
Thursday, June 20, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
CAPP Degree Audit will be replaced by Degree Works as the primary tool for assessing and tracking progress toward degree completion at SUNY Oswego. CAPP will no longer be available starting April 2013.
Students - run / read your CAPP Degree Audit by logging into myOswego, Student Records Tab, CAPP Degree Audit. Here you can "View Previous CAPP Reports" (reports that were previously generated) or "Generate a new CAPP Request", which will reflect your most recent registration, transfer evaluation or major/minor changes.
Advisors / Faculty - access CAPP through myOswego, Faculty Services, Advisor Menu, CAPP Degree Progress.
How to read a CAPP report
- A red N means the requirement is not met (unless a Deviation is in place). A green Y indicates the requirement is met.
- A red NOT Met at the top of a section means the overall requirement is not met. If GPA or Required Credits are not met for that section, the red NOT Met will still appear even if all sub requirements show "Y".
- A question mark (?) is displayed for courses that are In Progress - courses you are registered for, not yet graded.
- Refer to the Catalog for more detail on program requirements.
- Viewing your own CAPP report is not sufficient to graduate. Students must Apply to Graduate and meet with their advisor(s) for all major(s) and minor(s) to complete a Senior Check List and ensure completion of all graduation requirements. Final determination of degree completion is made by the Registrar's Office.
Images below are for illustrative purposes only and do not necessarily reflect current requirements for your situation.
The Credit Summary section provides the listing of the broadest degree requirements - credit hours and GPA:
"Required" shows the minimum credits and GPA needed.
"Actual" reflect your current status.
Liberal Arts Hours and Upper Division Hours include In Progress work.
Total Earned Hours and GPA do NOT include In Progress work. Add together the Actual and In Progress values to determine total hours you will have upon successful completion of currently registered courses.
If you are repeating a course in which you previously received a D grade, the credit hours will not appear under the In Progress hours because you have already received credit for the course. You will not receive additional credits once the course is complete, only the new grade (if higher than previous grade).
Bachelor of Arts degree students will see a "Hrs in Discipline" summary. A maximum of 54 hours are allowed in the major, based on course subject. Example: English majors have a maximum allowed 54 credits from ENG/CRW courses.
Any hours over the allowed 54 need to be made up by earning more than the 122 total hours by at least the same amount. For example, a student with 60 hours in the major (6 more than allowed) needs to earn at least 128 total hours (6 hours over the minimum 122 required).
All Program Deviations (approved or denied) appear in one place on CAPP - not next to the specific requirement they are replacing:
Requirements with approved Deviations will still display as Not Met.
The Major and Minor Requirements Section displays requirements specific to your field(s) of study, including a major (minor) GPA. The numbers in parenthesis indicate the effective year of your Catalog requirements.
A minimum GPA is required within all of your major(s) and minor(s). Most often the requirement is a 2.0, but some majors require higher minimum major GPAs. Please read the specific requirements for your major in the Catalog, department webpage or speak with your advisor.
Note - not all electives will automatically fill in this section. Check the "Other Courses" section for extra classes that may fulfill this category. This is most common in majors where several classes may meet elective requirements (ex: "take 4 Upper Division classes").
The General Education section displays progress on overall GenEd progress and each subcomponent:
Note: High School coursework used to fulfill Foreign Language requirements will not be reflected here unless the Registrar's Office has your OFFICIAL Final High School Transcript showing four years of foreign language.
The Other Courses section displays courses not fulfilling any course requirements above, although the earned hours are included in the Credit Summary section: