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Students who are accepted to Capital are all accomplished in the classroom. So every full-time traditional undergraduate Capital student receives some type of achievement-based financial assistance. Last year, the average amount totaled more than $17,000. And all you need to do is fill out an admission application online. (That application doubles as your scholarship application.)
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We are here to help you bridge the gap between your family contribution and the cost of your educational expenses. Learn more about financial aid options for:
Email a financial aid specialist to find out how we can make a Capital education affordable for you and your family.
View the latest Financial Aid Newsletter: New Academic Year, New Financial Aid Cycle - Your Next Steps for important information about getting aid.
Were you asked to submit additional documentation? Visit our Forms page if you need another copy of the verification worksheet previously sent to your home.
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You provide us with basic information about you and your family. We generate an estimated aid award for you. You finish with a pretty good idea of what your net cost can be for your first year at Capital. Get started with the Net Price Calculator now.
There are a number of payment strategies for meeting your remaining costs at Capital, including:
Capital University is required by federal law to conduct quality assurance and verification of selected students’ financial aid. Get more information about the federal quality assurance and verification process.
Capital University’s Financial Aid Office operates under the guidelines established in the Financial Aid Code of Conduct (PDF). Please contact the office if you have any questions.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2014 Capital University