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You won’t be around Capital too long before you start hearing about the Cap Family. That’s the network of friends, professors, staff and community members that offers support and friendship to our students during their time here. Whether you're hanging out in the residence halls, snacking at the Crusader Club or working out at The Capital Center, you'll soon find your place in the Cap Family, too.
Capital's residence halls are the hubs of activity on campus. You'll sleep there, make new friends there, study with your classmates, do your laundry, hone your gaming skills, relax and more. Before you move in you need to make some choices, like which kind of hall do you want to live in? We offer traditional housing, suite-style living, or apartments (although apartments are usually limited to upperclassmen). They all come with broadband Internet, voicemail service and cable TV connections. Learn more about your housing options and all six of our residence halls. If you have more questions about living on campus, our Residence Life and Housing Office is ready to help.
We offer three different meal plans ranging from 125 meals to 225 meals per semester, along with a variety of dining options. The Capital Court, located on the second floor of the Campus Center, offers a wide variety of eating options, including:
Downstairs on the first floor, the Crusader Club has grilled foods like hamburgers, along with deli subs, prepared paninis and other to-go foods. The Mezz, located in the campus center mezzanine, offers an extensive Mediterranean bistro style menu. The Cru Brew Café, located in the lobby of Saylor-Ackermann, offers coffee, espresso, cappuccinos, lattes and more.
Our Campus Mail Service helps you stay in touch, whether you're sending a birthday card or getting a care package from home.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University