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August 17 - August 20
Smooth Transitions Pre-Orientation Program 2014
New Student Move-in Day 2014
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Our goal is to help you bridge the gap between your family contribution and the cost of your educational expenses. Nearly all Capital students receive some financial assistance.FAQ for Federal Aid.
Freshmen and Transfer Students | Undergraduate Students | Graduate Students | Adult and Continuing Education Students
Here’s what you need to do to apply for financial aid. Keep in mind filing early will generally provide you with the greatest access to all types of financial assistance. Look over our timeline for applications and decisions to know when you need to start planning your college finances.
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If you have questions about any of the information above, please call Capital's Financial Aid Office at 866-544-6175, extension 6111 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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