BCC's Online Degree Evaluation System (CAPP)

What is CAPP?

  • CAPP is an acronym for Curriculum Advising & Program Planning.  It is an advising tool, which is meant to supplement the advice given by your Advisor, not to replace the Advisor.
  • Your CAPP or Degree Evaluation will look at the courses you have taken at BCC and any courses accepted for transfer.  CAPP will check these courses against the requirements of your declared program and it will help you keep track of your progress towards graduation.
  • CAPP is available to you 24/7 on MyCollege.   You will find it on the Student tab under Student and Financial Aid Information.  Choose Student Records and then Degree Evaluation.
  • CAPP is a tool for you to use in advising sessions with your Advisor. Your Advisor is extremely valuable to you in interpreting the results of CAPP and making future course selections.

What is the difference between your Academic Transcript and your Degree Evaluation? A Degree Evaluation is a computerized program that displays your academic information based on official requirements as outlined in the BCC General Catalog.  Your Academic Transcript is a listing of the courses you have taken each semester and the grades you have received. The Degree Evaluation does not replace the official College transcript. It is an advising tool only, and is not considered an official College document.

What is a What If Analysis? A What If Analysis is a helpful tool for you to use if you are considering changing majors. The What If Analysis displays your academic record as if it would be applied to the major you are considering. Students can run the What If Analysis at any time through MyCollege.

Student Quick Guide to Running a Degree Evaluation (PDF)

What if I still have questions?

If you have questions about your CAPP evaluation, please see your Advisor.