Summer Visit Day 2014: First look at Capital for rising high school seniors
The Main Event – August 2014
New Student Move-in Day 2014
Capital University Celebrates the Class of 2014 During 164th Commencement May 3
Summer Creative Arts Camps for Teens July 21-25
Capital University Announces Tuition Freeze for 2014-2015
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Yes, college is about education, but our students don’t have class 24/7. At Capital, there’s a lot more to life than pop quizzes and PowerPoint presentations. The Cap Family is a network of friends, professors, staff and community members that offer support and friendship to students at Capital. It’s that sense of community…of family, that makes your student’s time at Capital special.
We offer a relaxed, friendly atmosphere in all six residence halls - including the new, suite-style College Avenue hall. Your student can hang out with friends, play foosball in the lounge or check out campus-wide student activities like comedians, bands and CapFest.Learn more about housing options at Capital.
And there’s more waiting beyond campus. Everything from arts and recreation to great food and shopping are easily accessible. Check out Bexley and Columbus.
We have over 70 student organizations to help your student get involved, make friends and explore.
At Capital, students can also cultivate their spiritual lives with worship services, organizations like Campus Crusade for Christ and ensembles like the Gospel Choir.
Whether your student is an athlete or a sports fan, Capital has 18 NCAA Division III varsity sports, 12 intramural sports and a full fitness facility in the 126,000-square-foot Capital Center.
To help your student make the most of the educational experience, we offer:
When it’s time to step into the future, Capital’s Career Development Office helps our students
Proper nutrition is food for the head, body and soul. At Capital, students have three different meal plans, to choose from ranging from 125 meals to 225 meals per semester.Dining options include:
To ease the transition from high school to college, students take part in orientation sessions during the summer and in the fall. Our Office of Multicultural Affairs coordinates the Smooth Transitions program to help students with multicultural needs build a successful foundation for college.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University