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Our Lutheran tradition is rooted in the idea of free inquiry — that when an open dialogue exists, greater truths are easier to come by. This remains the core of who we are today. We embrace free inquiry as a tool to educate every part of the individual— intellectual, spiritual, emotional and physical. It’s of this rigorous process that independent critical thinkers are born. And it’s what inspires students to pursue knowledge throughout their lives, well after graduation and beyond the scope of their professions.
As important as the tenet of free inquiry is acceptance of a wide diversity of opinions and backgrounds. It’s critical that we are not only open to divergent viewpoints, but celebrate them. This structure is what enables expression and, ultimately, a fuller education.
Capital University inspires individuals to be morally reflective, spiritually alive, and civically engaged in learning, teaching and doing.
Capital alumni have undertaken a vast diversity of vocations. In part, it’s what a changing world requires. But we’re proud to graduate citizens who are models of the change they wish to see in the world — ready to engage with both local and far-off communities to find solutions to persistent problems.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University