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Transferring to Capital
Last year, more than 100 students transferred to Capital University. That’s 15% of our incoming class. And you’ll immediately fit right in. We love our transfers because of the different perspective you bring to our campus and our community. So we offer a quick and easy admission process with a focus on you. Our faculty advisers work one-on-one with all transfers from the time you apply to create a degree plan. Classes transfer easily from community colleges. We offer specialized transfer orientation days and tailor programs to your needs the second (or third!) time around.
Capital University awards Presidential Scholarships for up to $15,000 for full-time students who transfer to Capital. Your admission application serves as your scholarship application.
No matter what stage you are at in your college transfer process, we want to know more about you so we can tell you more about us. We have a lot to share. Fill out our information request form to learn more about what it means to be a member of the Capital Family. We will take a look at your interests and promptly send you information on your major, applying, scholarships, student organizations, athletics, campus life, and more!
Ready to create an account and apply to Capital? We accept transfer applications all year long for our fall, spring or summer start terms. (The earlier you apply for your desired term, the best course selection will be available to you.) Your admission application doubles as your scholarship application and 99% of transfer students receive an award. We are currently accepting fall transfer students for all programs, including direct entry nursing and music.
Click the links below or call us anytime at 614-236-6101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to hear from you.Transfer Admission RequirementsTransfer Equivalency GuidesTransfer ScholarshipsVisiting Campus
Looking for part-time or evening classes? Explore our Adult Degree Completion Program for more information.
We will always ask for your high school transcripts. However, depending on your number of college credits and college GPA, the high school transcript may be waived.
Learn more about Transferring College Credits.
We require official transcripts from every college at which you have taken classes. This includes any post-secondary classes you took in high school.
See Transfer Admission Requirements
Courses taken at a regionally accredited institution will transfer with a “C-” or above. For more information visit our transfer credits page.
Learn about Transferring College Credits
Generally you will hear from us about a decision on admission and scholarships within 2 weeks of your completed application being received.
Review Available Transfer Scholarships