Frequently Asked Questions

  1. I heard about the Community Auditing Program (CAP). What is the procedure for becoming an auditor? To become a community auditor you must have an active account in our system. To create an account follow the How to Become an Auditor directions on the Join the Program page. After your account is created all new auditors must make a one time visit to our office for account activation. At the visit, auditors are asked to bring identification to verify their current address.

  2. I forgot my CAP password and can't login to my account? Try the Reset Password link on the CAP login page. Follow the directions for returning auditor and the click on Reset Password below the login area.

  3. Can I park on campus? Community Auditors do not have access to parking lots on campus. There are many metered spaces and parking garages in the town of Princeton.

  4. Where can I find information about parking in Princeton? The township website has parking information and maps available to help you find parking. Their website is 

  5. How do I update my address information in CAP? The only way to update your address information is to present your updated a driver's license to the CAP office.

  6. Where is my class being held? To determine the location of your class check the Registrar's website. In the course offerings section of the website you will find department names. Find the 3 letter department code of class you are taking, (i.e ENG) and click in the checkbox next to the department name, and click on search. You will be brought to the course listing for that department. Use the 3 digit course number to find your class. The building name and room will be listed in the location column.

  7. I am registered for an Auditor Only class. Where is it being held? Auditor only classes are scheduled after the semester has begun and are not listed on the Registrar's website. The CAP office will email you class details and the location as soon as the classroom has been assigned.