Summer Visit Day 2014: First look at Capital for rising high school seniors
August 17 - August 20
Smooth Transitions Pre-Orientation Program 2014
New Student Move-in Day 2014
Capital University Celebrates First Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Tracy Hoag
Capital University Announces Tuition Freeze for 2014-2015
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Federal Pell Grants are need-based aid awarded by the federal government. The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate and certain postbaccalaureate students.
Until all required processing is complete, we will estimate your eligibility based on the information on your FAFSA. If our estimate is different from the final award, you will be notified of any adjustments necessary. Our estimates are based on current federal payment tables for the Pell Grant, which are subject to revisions. If data on the FAFSA is incorrect, corrections must be made and your aid package will be adjusted accordingly. If all data on the SAR is accurate, keep this form for your records. Pell Grants are credited to a student's account after July 1.
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