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iCAP (Interactive Curriculum and Academic Progress)


Students can obtain personalized, interactive audits displaying progress toward a selected degree. An audit shows all the requirements needed to fulfill a major, minor or concentration and displays the transfer and WKU courses that have been used to satisfy those requirements. Below you will find helpful tutorials. If you need more information or further support, visit the Office of the Registrar in Potter Hall on the main WKU (Bowling Green) campus. You can also reach them via phone 270-745-3351 or by email registrar@wku.edu.

 

How to Read your iCAP - Colonnade Program

This tutorial walks you through how to read your iCAP if you are on the Colonnade requirements (meaning if you started Fall 2014 or after this is for you!) 


How to Read your iCAP- Old General Education

This tutorial walks you through how to read your iCAP if you are on the Colonnade requirements (meaning if you started Fall 2014 or after this is for you!) 


How to Read your iCAP- Old General Education

Running your iCAP is important, but you need to be able to interpret what it says as well.  


How to Run an iCAP Audit for Your Current Degree Program  

This tutorial explains how to run an audit in iCAP so that you can see what classes you will need to complete your degree


How to Run a General Education Audit

This tutorial explains how to run an iCAP audit to see what General Education requirements you have left to fulfill.  


 How to Run a "What If" Audit

 This tutorial explains how to run a "What If" audit to explore other majors at WKU.  A "What If" audit allows you to see what the requirements are for other programs and what classes you have already had that could fulfill those requirements. 

 

 


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 Last Modified 7/17/19