February 12 - February 15
Capital University Theatre presents: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
Presidents Day Group Visits
Spring Open House
Votes Count as Capital's Chris Jamison Competes for Top 10 on 'The Voice'
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You may find programs in your community that can help you with college expenses. Your guidance counselor or library may have information on local programs such as:
Capital's convenient location makes it easy for you to find jobs close to campus. Local off-campus jobs are posted in two locations:
Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are available for students with no financial need and Federal PLUS Loans are available for parents of undergraduate students.
Alternative loans are available through banks and lending agencies. You can learn more about alternative loan options.
You may be interested in one of the many ROTC scholarship opportunities offered through Capital's Army ROTC office. These scholarships are based on merit, leadership potential and physical aptitude. Contact the ROTC office at (614) 236-7114 for more information.
Contact the Admission Office at (614) 236-6101 to find out about supplemental tuition assistance as well as room and/or board allowance.
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