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Summer Visit Day - Snapshot (non-music)

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Capital Snapshot, Admission, & Scholarships

Snapshot: Class of 2017
90% live on campus
10% from out of state
45% male / 55% female
16% multicultural
Relationships Matter
Close to 200 full-time faculty members
Students have a professor in their major as an adviser and mentor
Approximately 2,700 undergraduates
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Outcomes, too.
Internships (or clinical/field work) available in all majors
Undergraduate research opportunities with faculty
Liberal Arts foundation, a well-rounded education
of our graduates are employed in career related fields, began graduate school, or are satisfied with their current situation within six months of graduation.
Maximize Your Experience
Learn more at www.capital.edu/orgs
Play Hard
Follow the Crusaders at www.capital.edu/athletics
Getting In

www.capital.edu/apply-now
The Application
Priority deadline for admission and scholarships
Merit Scholarships and Grants
Competitive Scholarships
Nearly 30 students win full-tuition awards each year!
FAFSA
Becoming a Crusader

National College Choice Day!
Completed application checklist:
1. Online application
2. Official HS transcripts
3. ACT or SAT scores
4. Guidance Counselor info form
3-4 Weeks
Bonus: No essay requirement and no application fee!
Most awards are based on academic profile, housing status, major, and student profile
Targeted awards are also available for populations such as Lutheran, out-of-state, multicultural, alumni, and music
The admission application doubles as the scholarship application!
Award letters are sent beginning in mid-December
Collegiate Fellowship
Students with a 28 or better ACT or 1250 or better SAT (not including writing)
Capital Scholars
Multicultural students with a 3.0 or better GPA and 21 or better ACT (980 SAT, not including writing)
Battelle Scholarship
Students from central Ohio (Franklin & contiguous counties) and have a 3.4 or better GPA and 24 or better ACT (1090 SAT, not including writing)
Spots are guaranteed only by this date and deposits received after May 1st may be placed on a wait list.
$300
$200
Resident
Commuter
December 1st
Apply for best admission and scholarship consideration
March 1st
File FAFSA for all need-based financial assistance
May 1st
Submit the enrollment deposit to become a Capital student
12:1
Student to Faculty Ratio
Average Class Size
94%
99%
$17,000+
average merit award in 2013
full-time, accepted students receive a scholarship/grant
Academic Programs
Conservatory of Music & School of
Communication
School of
Humanities
School of
Leadership &
Management
School of
Natural Sciences,
Nursing & Health
School of
Social Sciences
& Education
5 Step Process
Apply
Merit Awards
FAFSA
Enroll
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May 1st
March 1st
December 1st
Encouraged deadline to submit the FAFSA
www.capital.edu/deposits
Middle 50%
GPA: 3.1-3.8
ACT: 21-27
SAT: 980-1180
MUST APPLY BY DECEMBER 1st
Let's Recap the Important Dates!
NCAA Division III

OAC Athletic Conference
20 Varsity Sports
MEN'S
Baseball
Football
Soccer
Basketball
Golf
Tennis
Lacrosse
Cross Country
Track & Field
WOMEN'S
Softball
Volleyball
Soccer
Basketball
Golf
Tennis
Lacrosse
Cross Country
Track & Field
ACROSS THE STREET.
Bexley
ACROSS TOWN.
Columbus
Main Street
Alum Creek
Jeffrey Mansion
Short North
Scioto Mile
Statehouse
100+
Student Organizations on campus
Intramurals
Study Abroad
Performing Arts
Fraternity & Sorority Life
www.facebook.com/CapitalAdmission
www.twitter.com/CapAdmission
Review award letter
Payment plan options

ADMISSION
COUNSELOR
FINANCIAL
AID OFFICE
FAFSA questions
Special Circumstances
Verification
60+
majors
minors
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Art
Art Education
Art Therapy
Communication
Electronic Media & Film
Organizational Communication
Public Relations
Theater Studies
Composition
Jazz Studies
Keyboard Pedagogy
Music Education
Music Industry
Music Technology
Music Performance
Economics
English Literature
French
History
International Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Pre-Law
Pre-Seminary
Professional Writing
Public Administration
Religion
Spanish
Worship Ministry
Youth Ministry
Accounting
Financial Economics
Leadership & Management
Marketing
Athletic Training
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Engineering Dual-Degree
Environmental Science
Exercise Science
Health & Fitness Management
Health Education
Mathematics
Nursing
Physical Education
Pre-Health Professional Programs


Pre-Dentistry
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Optometry
Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Physician's Assistant
Pre-Podiatry
Pre-Public Health
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Criminology
Early Childhood Education
Intervention Education
Middle Childhood Education
Professional Studies
Psychology
Social Work
Sociology
Adolescent/Young Adult Education
Come Back Again Soon!
Taylor Swift, RED Tour
250
campus
events
Matt Billingslea '01
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General
Education goals
Capital Law School
'Test Market Capital' of the US
Columbus, Ohio
Study Abroad
Ecuador
Research
Field
Experience
www.capital.edu/visit
1-866-544-6175
Meet with a professor in your major
Take an individual/small group or specialty tour
Talk one-on-one with your admission counselor
Sit in on a class
Individual Visit Options
The Application
MAY 1ST
Priority deadline for Fall admission.
DECEMBER 1ST
Priority deadline for Spring admission.
Completed Application Checklist:
1. Online application
2. All official college transcripts
3. Official HS transcripts
4. ACT or SAT scores
For transfer students with less than a year of college credit earned.
Merit Scholarships and Grants
99%
Full time, accepted students receive a scholarship/grant
Transfer scholarships are awarded
up to full tuition (competitive)
Most awards are based on academic profile, housing status, major, and student profile
Targeted awards are also available for populations such as Lutheran, out-of-state, multicultural, alumni, and music
TRANSFER STUDENTS
TRANSFER STUDENTS
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The Application
Indoor & Outdoor
Indoor & Outdoor
Tuition
Room & Board
Student
Activities Fee
Conservatory Fee*
2014-2015
Tuition & Fees
University Board announced
tuition freeze!
$31,990
$9,060
$100
$1,480
FA Package
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Understanding Your
Financial Aid Package
FA packages are typically issued in March or April
FA Package = Merit Awards + Need-based Aid from FAFSA
$25,000+
Average total FA package
for Class of 2017
File for FREE at fafsa.gov
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Types of Need-based aid
Grants
Loans
Self Help
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