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To be considered for admission to Capital University, a home-schooled student must:
Students who receive their educations at home are expected to complete a minimum of 16 academic units, including:
Each application will be evaluated using the information provided by the student. Students are welcome to submit any additional information that may describe their educational experience and knowledge.
Part of Capital’s tradition includes a commitment to helping students and parents find resources to finance their university experience. Individualized assistance is available through a variety of options, including scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment.Home-schooled students may qualify for university awards. Determination for the awarding of those scholarships is made using a combination of GPA and ACT or SAT scores.Additional funds from federal and state student aid programs, as well as generous supporting funds from the University, are made to qualified students who demonstrate financial need. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for additional financial assistance. There is no cost to apply, and you will be considered for additional funds simply by completing the FAFSA. You will hear more from us about the importance of filing the FAFSA, but you can get started now by visiting http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
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