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The Residential and Commuter Life Office at Capital University is responsible for providing clean, safe and comfortable environments in which students live and learn.
It is the mission of Residential and Commuter Life to motivate students to create new friendships and to promote the development of academic, career, emotional/personal, spiritual, social, cultural, and leadership programs and activities that encourage personal and professional growth and development of our students.
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Incoming Students Early Arrivals The new Loft Policy and Waiver policy will be available soon.OrientationStudent Handbook (PDF)
Residence Life Accomodations Residence Halls Graduate and Family HousingMeal Plans Room and Board RatesSpecial Accommodations
Students with DisabilitiesSpecial Accommodation Process Documentation Guidelines and Certificate of Professional Authority (PDF)Special Housing Accommodation Request Form (PDF)
Student Housing Forms
Commuter Students Quick Links
Great places have great spaces. Capital University sophomore Lindi Cisco shares her favorite spots around campus to hang out, relax, eat, and get caffeinated....
Living on campus has advantages that help students gain confidence, build relationships, and grow both independently and communally. In fact, according to Dr. Larry Hunter, Director of Institutional Research at Capital University, statistics have consistently shown that students who live at Capital tend to stay in college.Sophomore Lindi Cisco recalls back to her first year when the last thing she wanted was be away from home. She is now thankful for a little "tough love" (aka - parental encouragement) from mom that helped keep her here. "I can't imagine not living here now," she admits. "That first year was a tough adjustment, but what a difference a year makes."...
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