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I selected Capital University mainly because of its location, as well as the education opportunities they have. Capital is my second choice for a college. I am interested because it is a nice community, with great resources for succeeding, also because it is close to home.

Capital University's campus is located in downtown Columbus, Ohio. It is about 18 miles away (24 minute drive) from Hilliard, Ohio.
Capital is an urban private college that was founded in 1830. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,765 students, where 42% are male, and 58% are women. It is in a nice and safe area, and has many useful resources scattered throughout its campus. Also, it being a private college, it is known as a smaller and more "cozy" environment.

Capital University is known for having a really good Law School program, along with many other good educational opportunities. One of the major reasons why I chose this college as my backup plan is because I am interested in becoming a lawyer, and this program would be very beneficial for me.

Enrollment Requirements

Deadline of Application- November 1st
Percentage of applicants admitted- 73%
Student GPA- required
ACT/SAT Scores- 21-27/950-1200
Class Rank- neither required nor recommended
Letter of Recommendation- neither required nor recommended

Saylor-Ackermann Hall is one of the 4 residence buildings, for first year, and upper class men. The cost per full-year stay, can be $4400 to $6,000. The size of the rooms vary. Each room contains basic electronic and storage needs, and there are community restrooms/showers located on each floor. There are also coin free washers and dryers on the ground level, a community computer lab with a printer, a Cafe, as well as a lounge that includes TV, a fire place, etc.

Application Fee = $25 (1 application)
Tuition = $31,990 per year
Room & Board = $8,710 per year
Food & other supplies = $1,500

Total amount = $42,200

Capital Dining Meal Plans

All Access ($2,545 per semester); unlimited swipes for all-you-care-to-eat Capital Court Dining Room.

Block 150 ($2,263 per semester); 150 meal swipes for all-you-care-to eat Capital Court Dinning Room

Block 75 ($1,542 per semester); 75 meal swipes for all-you-care-to eat Capital Court Dinning Room

Student Organizations Categories

Academic and Professional Groups
Community Leadership and Government
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Honor Societies
Multicultural Organizations
Performing Arts and Media
Service and Social Action
Spiritual and Religious
Sports Teams
Student Government

It is said that the science building on campus is being haunted by a ghost. The ghost is supposedly a former science professor who wears a white lab coat, and is always carrying a beaker and an apothecary bottle. People have noticed lab equipment being put away (by the ghost), microscopes being flung across rooms, and animals being released from cages randomly.

One thing I really liked about Capital is it's environment. I also am very interested in their Law program. I like this college as an option because it meets my top requirements. Although I really like it, it remains my second option for school.

Works Cited

  • http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/capital-university-3023
  • http://www.capital.edu/Residence-Halls/
  • https://www.cappex.com/colleges/Capital-University/tuition-and-costs
  • http://www.capital.edu/Application-Process/
  • http://www.capital.edu/Resident-Meal/
  • http://www.capital.edu/Activities-and-Organizations/
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Shireen Shaaban
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