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Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (Capp)

MHS Course Name

UW-OshKosh Course Name and Number

AP Computer Programming

Computer Science 221 Object-Oriented Design and Programming (3 credits)


Economics 106 General Economics (3 credits)


Business 198 Introduction to Business (3 credits)  

French V

French 204 Intermediate Structure and Expression II (5 credits)

French VI

French 312 Advanced French and Grammar (5 credits)

German V

German 204 Intermediate Structure and Expression II (5 credits)

Wellness - Rest, Eat, Move

Health Education 106 - Personal Health and Wellness (3 credits)

Lifeguard Training

-students can choose one or both

Kinesiology 104 AED, CPR, and First Aid (1 credit)

Physical Education 221 Intermediate Swimming (2 credits)

Fitness for Life

-students can choose one or both

Physical Education 105 The Active Lifestyle (2 credits)

Physical Education 108 Yoga (1 credit)

Personal Finance

Business 231 Personal Finance (3 credits)

Sociology (Introduction to)

Sociology 101 Introductory Sociology (3 credits)

Spanish V

Spanish 204 Intermediate Structure and Expression II (5 credits)

Spanish VI

Spanish 312 Advanced Spanish and Grammar (5 credits)


2017-18 School year deadlines:
July 31st --Application deadline
Students interested in earning CAPP credit should apply by July31st to have the best chance at placement into a CAPP class.  There is no fee to apply.  Please follow the instructions on the CAPP website at the following link: 
Sept. 12th -- Registration Deadline
After students receive their UW-O student ID number, students must register for their specific course through the online registration process.  Fees will be assigned once registration is complete.  Follow the instructions in this link: 
October 1st -- Payment Deadline 
All CAPP fees should be paid through MCPASD FeePay by this date. Fees can be found under "Activities and Transportation" and are indicated by a small red dot on the fees tab. 
October 12th -- Drop Deadline 
Courses dropped by this date will not appear on a UW-O transcript.  


The Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh ( ) provides academically able high school juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.25 or higher the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. 
Students who register and successfully complete courses offered through CAPP earn University of Oshkosh credit, verified by an official transcript. Note: All dual credit options are dependent upon appropriate teacher certification and may change with changes in staffing. 
While there have been several changes to the funding of this dual credit program over the past several years, CAPP courses are currently tuition based and parents are responsible for this tuition. This year, tuition was $90 per college credit and courses range from 1 to 5 college credits. 2016-17 rates are anticipated to increase slightly.  This remains a substantial tuition reduction from on campus tuition. CAPP tuition is set by the UW-system and is subject to change. Students who qualify for Federal Free/Reduced lunch are eligible for a fee waiver.
Enrolling in CAPP
The process of becoming a CAPP student is 3 steps: 
  • Apply through UW-O
  • Register through UW-O with help from your course teacher
  • Pay through MCPASD feepay
MHS Courses that offer CAPP credit
  • Business/Marketing:  AP Computer Programming, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance-full and no longer accepting applications for 2016-17 school year
  • PE/Health: Fitness for Life, Lifeguard Training, Rest, Eat, Move
  • Social Studies:  Economics, Intro to Sociology 101
  • World Language: French V and VI, German V and VI, and Spanish V and VI
Please note: all classes are subject to teacher availability and may change due to staffing assignments and requirements.
Eligibility Requirements
If you are a junior or senior and meet at least one of the following requirements, you may enroll in CAPP:
  • Class rank in the top 25 percent
  • GPA of 3.25 or above (on a 4.0 scale)
  • ACT score of 24 or higher and at least one of the following:
    • class rank in the top 50 percent
    • GPA of 2.75 or above
Don't meet the minimum requirements?
If a student is exceptional in a certain area in which he or she desires to take a CAPP course, but this student does not meet the above criteria, he or she may be allowed to enroll. Students should contact their instructor for additional information.
Requesting CAPP Transcripts
Requesting CAPP transcripts (must be done through UW-O, not MHS.