December 9 - December 12
Final Exams - Fall 2013
Late Nights in the Library Tonight, Sunday through Tuesday
Canned Food Competition Returns for Annual MLK Day of Learning
A Musical Segue Four Years in the Making
see more news & events
Sometimes, after a hard week of studying, all you want to do is hang with your friends, eat pizza and watch a few hours of mindless television. Each of Capital’s residence halls has a lounge with comfortable couches and a wide-screen TV with standard cable from Time-Warner. Pay-per-view channels are not available to students living on campus.You can also get cable TV for free in your residence hall room. Just bring your own cable-ready TV and a connecting cable to hook it up.
With 49 channels to choose from, you’re bound to find something to watch. See the channel lineup. (PDF)Capital University Channels (CapNet)2 - The campus programming channel. Broadcasts special events, movies and other programs that are required for certain classes.3 - The campus informational channel. Reserved for campus alerts and announcements.
Capital University does not provide telephone services for students who live in the residence halls, however, a public telephone unit is available for use in each lobby.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University