OMEA Honors Capital University's Jim Swearingen for Distinguished Service
23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning January 20
Nursing Students Take Top Honors at Statewide Competition
see more news & events
Academic Success Testing Services
Academic Success administers the College-Level Examination Program tests. You may be able to earn college credit for what you already know. CLEP offers 33 examinations in various disciplines. Click on the following links for information on preparing for a CLEP exam, CLEP exam registration information and a CLEP promotional video.
We can guide you through the General Education Waiver Process. You may be able to exempt yourself from some General Education courses.
To support other academic needs, the Office of Disability Services in the Center for Health and Wellness creates productive learning environments for students with disabilities. We supports this effort by providing special testing accommodations such as a distraction-free environment, extended test times, and adaptive hardware and software. Contact the Office of Disability Services for more information.
Capital prepares you for success. For some, this means pursuing graduate and professional education. These sites will help you prepare for required tests in your field.
Capital's Career Development office offers a variety of resources to prepare you for graduate and professional school, including related exams.GMAT – This exam is required for admission to many graduate business schools.
GRE – This is an alternate graduate school entrance exam. Check with your program to see if they accept this test.
LSAT – Many law schools use this score in combination with your undergraduate record to determine your eligibility for admission.
MCAT – Aspiring physician? Get ready for the MCAT.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2014 Capital University