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Directions and parking for Capital University‘s Bexley Campus
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Jan RichAssistant Director
Casey is a senior Psychology major with a minor in Studio Art. She is the Secretary of the Residence Hall Association and a member of the Psi Chi Honor Society. Upon graduation, Casey plans to attend graduate school to become a School Psychologist.
Eric is a senior International Studies and French major. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, Order of Omega, and worked as one of the 2013 Co-Directors of Orientation. He also works in the Student and Community Engagement Office as the Fraternity & Sorority Life Intern. After graduating, he plans to attend graduate school to pursue his master's in Higher Education.
Jordan is a junior Marketing and Leadership & Management major. Jordan participates in intramural football and basketball, and is an active supporter of campus activities.
Kalkidan is a junior Leadership and Management major. She is a member of SAAAC (Students for the Advancement of Afrikan American Culture), Campus Crusade for Christ, and Experior Society.
Shannon is a junior Communications and Psychology double-major. She is a writing consultant in Academic Success, Vice President of Capital's Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and the Public Relations Chair for Capital's Certified Peer Educator program. After graduation, Shannon plans to pursue a career in nonprofit communications.
Stephanie is a junior Leadership & Management major, with a minor in Music. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota (professional women's music fraternity), and the Capital University Chapel Choir. She has previously served with University Residence Life as a Resident Assistant and with the Admissions office as a Student Ambassador.
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