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First-year Student Admission
  • So who do you want to be? Capital University is full of people who are ready to help you find the answer. With interactive classes (average class size is 25 students) and a low student-to-faculty ratio (11:1 overall), your professors (we have over 400 of them), not TA’s (we have exactly zero!) will tailor your education to your strengths and abilities. Our Student Success Office will help you gain experience and prepare you for life in the real world (internships are plentiful in the city of Columbus). The close friendships you make throughout the Capital community — from your roommate or adviser all the way up to president Bowman — will give you a college experience to remember. And our “best of both”worlds location in Bexley (safe college town with more than 30 restaurants in walking distance!) just minutes from downtown Columbus truly makes Capital unique. Simply put, it’s what college should be. 

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    No matter what stage you are at in your college search, 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!

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    Ready to create an account and apply to Capital? It’s the perfect time and our application is free and easy (no essay required). Your admission application doubles as your scholarship application and 99% of first-year students receive an award. Last year’s average was more than $17,000 renewable.

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    Additional Resources.

    Click the links below or call us anytime at 614-236-6101 or email admission@capital.edu. We love to hear from you.

    Admission Requirements
    Dates & Deadlines 
    AP & College Credit
    Visiting Campus
    College Planning Guide for High School Students
    Capital Information for High School Counselors