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Academic Programs
  • Academics at Capital

    Scholarship

    We strongly encourage hands-on learning and primary research at the undergraduate level and Capital students are frequent presenters at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).

    We’re also proud that a majority of our School of Nursing students consistently pass the registered nurses’ licensure exam (NCLEX) on their first try - well above the national average.

    We organize the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning, offering a day of workshops and special events to promote diversity and lifelong learning to all students and the public.

    Success Stories

    A Capital degree is a pathway to success. Our graduates work in gratifying careers around the world as teachers, lawyers, financial planners, ministers, registered nurses and more.

    Schedule a campus visit and see what we have to offer.

    Services & Programs

    At Capital, we focus on the student. We work to support each student’s needs and interests as they evolve throughout their college career. Part of that formal support includes:

    •  Capital Honors Program 
    •  Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching 
    •  Library Resources 
    •  Study Abroad Program 
    •  Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics 
    •  Technology

    Honors Program

    The distinctive Capital's Honors Program combines intensive learning with the support of a friendly community of fellow honors students. Benefits include:

    •  Weekly seminars
    •  Annual Honors Day Symposium on Undergraduate Scholarship
    •  Priority class registration
    •  Joining honors-based organizations
    •  Opportunity to live on the honors floor in Cotterman Hall

    Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching

    The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching has trained peer tutors to help your student study, write and think more effectively in everything from business to writing. Academic coaching helps improve essential skills like taking note and tests. CELT also helps with accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

    Library Resources

    The Josiah H. Blackmore Library is the first stop for all research needs. We offer:

    •  Online databases and e-books
    •  Thousands of books and periodicals
    •  Librarians to help your search


    And as a member of the shared OhioLINK Catalog, students have access to more than 40 million library
    items located throughout the state.

    Study Abroad Program

    For many, the college experience isn’t complete without the chance to study abroad. Capital’s International Education Office coordinates study abroad trips for programs like:

    •  Music in Hungary
    •  Music exchange program in Dresden, Germany
    •  Nursing exchanges to Sweden


    We also work closely with international study organizations like the College Consortium for International Studies and Australearn for additional international study opportunities.

    Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics

    Capital students can complete a whole year of science or math in just four weeks with our accelerated Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics. We offer 11 courses, including:

    •  Calculus
    •  Computational studies
    •  Organic chemistry

    Technology

    To help your student stay connected the whole campus is set up for high-speed, wireless Internet access. We also have computer labs in the library, the Campus Center and our residence halls.

    We have specialized computer labs available for high-powered data crunching, and a Multimedia Lab with up to date imaging and digital video software.

    Our Computational Studies minor is at the cutting edge of education and we have the hardware to match in two on-campus labs.

    Need more? Capital’s Computational Studies students also have the opportunity to use supercomputers at the Ohio Supercomputer Center.