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Fall orientation starts with move-in on Thursday, August 22, 2013 and continues to Sunday, August 25, 2013.
Students will move-in on Thursday, August 22, 2013. And best of all—we have current students, faculty, and staff to move you into the residence hall.
Fall orientation is a required jam-packed and exciting four days where you will bond and connect with other incoming students and current students, faculty, staff, and community members. You will become a part of the Cap Family. You will also have the opportunity to discuss the summer reading, engage with faculty outside the classroom, go on an excursion, see a hypnotist, attend a bonfire, make an ice cream sundae, take a haunted tour of Capital, and much more. Orientation leaders, upper class students, are here to assist and guide you throughout this journey. Some of you will make lasting relationships with your orientation leaders. Most of all you will be prepared to start your new journey!
Yes! You are starting a new journey here at Capital University and your parents and family members want to join in that journey. On August 22, 2013, current students, members of ROTC, orientation leaders, and faculty will help you move-in. This is an opportunity for you to spend time with parents, friends, and family members prior to the start of school. Parents and family members are welcomed to the Cap Family with an afternoon barbeque. There are no fees for parents, family members, or friends to attend the August 22, 2013 orientation day.
Attendance at fall orientation is expected for all new students, first year and transfer.. However, if you have an unavoidable schedule conflict, please contact the Office of Student and Community Engagement at 614-236-6901.
Visit our Financial Aid website to learn more about getting financial aid.
You’ll receive a notification via your Capital University email when your electronic billing statement is available. Statements are updated weekly. If you have questions about your eBill, please call Student Accounts at 614-236-6123.» Download instructions for accessing your eBill (PDF)» View a sample 1098T Form (PDF)» View a sample Title IV Authorization (PDF)
Before orientation, you need to retrieve your IT account information. We will send your PIN to the email account you provided during the admissions process, and then you can follow the user account retrieval process (PDF) to get your username, ID number, and temporary password. Make sure you immediately change your password once you're done.If you have questions you can call the Information Technology Help Desk at 614-236-6508.
Housing assignments were sent out mid-July. If you have not received yours or have questions about your housing assignment, please contact the Residential and Commuter Life Office at 614-236-6811 or visit their website: Residence Life and Housing page.
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