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NEWS & EVENTS

Capital’s 'Call Me Maybe' Video Introduces Students to Campus, Services

Posted by Nichole Johnson |

Monday, September 24, 2012

Capital University welcomed nearly 800 new students to campus on Thursday, August 23. At Opening Ceremony before a crowd of approximately 2,000 students, parents, employees, alumni and friends, we introduced the incoming class to campus and into the Cap Family.

To help familiarize students with the campus community, and to put some names and faces behind the network of people who will help students achieve their goal of earning their Capital degree, we premiered this video to the music of Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe.

We received so many requests, we decided to post it to the University's YouTube channel, so please share it with your friends.

And stay tuned: We’re planning a community screening of the making of Capital’s Call Me Maybe video, featuring a screening of the original video and a second video of outtakes. More details are coming soon, so watch Capital’s News and Events page.

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Located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley, Capital University is a private, four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school. Capital prepares students for meaningful lives and purposeful careers through a relevant liberal arts core curriculum and deep professional programs. Influenced by its Lutheran heritage, Capital places great emphasis on the free and open exchange of ideas, seeking out diverse perspectives, active participation in society, leadership and service. With a focus on rigor and experiential learning, the University capitalizes on its size, location, and heritage to develop the whole person, both inside and outside the classroom.  

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