WebAdvisor accounts must be used to obtain class schedules, grades and unofficial transcripts. Click here for a link to WebAdvisor. Questions regarding access to WebAdvisor should be directed to the IT Department: 614-236-6234 or IT@law.capital.edu.
All students must submit the Disclosure Information form each semester they register. You may fax your forms to 614-236-6818 or mail them to the Office of Records & Registration, 303 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215. The deadline for returning above this form is August 22, 2012. Failure to comply may result in an administrative withdrawal of your Fall 2012 courses.
Please see the Financial Information page for information pertaining to the Deferred Payment form and the Employee Provided Payment form.
Registering for Courses
Please contact Scot Dewhirst, Co-director of the Mediation and Dispute Resolution programs at email@example.com to arrange course schedules.
Once you are registered you may verify your registration by viewing your schedule on WebAdvisor. After you have registered return to the Main menu, on the right hand side, choose “View My Class Schedule.” Enter the term appropriate term (“2012 Fall Semester”)
Adding and Dropping Summer 2012 Courses
Courses may be added/dropped by contacting Marty Hendren at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see theFinancial Information page for refund details and deadlines.
Since the majority of class time will be spent conducting mediations at the courthouse, there is "no" regular class time set for this course. Courthouse and traditional “classroom” sessions will be scheduled based on student availability. Professor will contact students prior to course start to arrange schedule.
Externship and Writing Project
Professor will contact enrolled students prior to classes beginning with course specifics.
Mandatory Email Accounts
All official University communications (registration, billing, etc) are sent to each students Capital University Law School email address. Therefore all students must have, and regularly check their Capital University Law School email account. Please contact the IT department at 614-236-6432 or IT@law.capital.edu with any questions regarding your Capital University Law School email account.
Each semester you can find first assignments and other preliminary course information online. Please click here for a link to first assignments.
Student IDs and Parking Permits
Students without an ID, please contact Donna Garratt at 614-236-6441 or DGarrett@law.capital.edu. For parking permits please click here.