News & Announcements
May 2014 Graduates: Order Cap/Gown by April 11 for Pick Up at Capital
Instructions on how to order

 

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

Student Resources

When participating in the cooperative program, the University of Dayton will provide some of your student services, while others will be provided by Capital University. To help you find exactly what you need, we’ve created this list of services and where you can find them. If you have questions, you can always give us a call.
 

Services Provided by the University of Dayton

Admissions  

Financial Aid  

Academic Calendar for 2012-2013 (PDF), 2013-2014 (PDF)
 

Registration & Registrar  

Program Departments  

Graduation & Transcripts  

Inclement Weather Notifications 

Withdrawals and Refunds
 

 

Services Provided by Capital University

Textbooks
Check our Textbooks page for the list of required materials and instructions for purchasing them from the Capital Bookstore.

Student IDs
You can get your student ID card by following the instructions from the IT Department at Capital.  

Library
Our students can use the Blackmore Library by having your student ID card activated at the circulation desk.

Parking & Public Safety   

Bulletin Board
We have a bulletin board in the lower level of the Ruff Learning Center where we post information for students of the Graduate Program in Education as well as openings that may be of interest to our students.

Information Technology
You will have access to Capital’s network and Information Technology resources while on campus.

 

External Resources & Links

American Counseling Association
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Graduate Record Exam
Ohio Counseling Association
Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board
Ohio Department of Education
PRAXIS (Educational Testing Service)