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A: All students will have access to a billing statement in your MyCap self-service part. Students will have the capability to allow other authorized users, such as parents, to access their eBill by providing a valid email address for each user. Fall semester statements will be available in mid to late July for traditional undergraduate, and in early August for all Law School and Graduate programs.
A: Yes, access to your student account is available through MyCapYou may also access your student account by clicking the link on the Student Accounts page on the Capital University website or via the eBill sent to your Capital email address.
A: Your initial Capital bill for each semester can include charges for tuition, fees, room, board and various course fees. Typically, course fees are for for Conservatory, Education or Nursing students. Please refer to the Undergraduate Bulletin for a listing of the course numbers that have course fees associated with them. Statements accessed throughout the semester can reflect miscellaneous charges from a number of different offices (parking tickets, Health Center fees, Library fines, etc.)
A: Please review your registration and housing assignment for accuracy. Should you still have questions regarding your bill, please contact Student Accounts at 614-236-6123 or email@example.com.
A: Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 614-236-6511 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Law School students should contact the Law School Financial Aid Office at 614-236-6350.
A: No. These funds are only earned as you work the hours, and are paid to you through direct deposit on the 10th and 25th of each month.
A: There are three payment options:
A: We accept cash and paper checks in the Student Accounts Office in Yochum Hall. Electronic payments (ACH), Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card payments can be submitted through ACI, which is accessed through a student’s MyCap login or student proxy.
A: Statements/notifications are sent monthly throughout the year for your records. It is always important to review your actual charges in comparison to your budgeted amount with Nelnet. Any miscellaneous charges that are not reflected in your Nelnet budget should be paid by the statement due date.
A: If you do not want your credit balance left to cover a future semester’s charges, you must complete a refund request form. This form is available from the Student Accounts Office or you can download it now (PDF).
A: Meal plan changes can be made online through the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Please note that changes must occur within the first two weeks of each semester.
A: The forms needed are 1) Federal W-4 form, 2) State W-4 form, and 3) Federal I-9. In order to complete these forms, you will need the following: 1) your original Social Security card issued to you by the federal government or your birth certificate (or certified copy of your birth certificate); and 2) your student I.D. card or a driver’s license. If you have a U.S. passport, this would be the only document required. These forms can be completed, with the proper documents, in the Financial Aid Office.
A: Yes. One ATM is located in the Lobby of the Student Union. This ATM is maintained by PNC Bank. If you have an ATM card with PNC, a service fee will not be charged at that ATM. A service fee will be charged for cards issued by other banks.
A: All returned checks are assessed a $25.00 penalty fee to the student’s account.
A: You may have an outstanding balance due on your account caused by either lack of payment or unfinished Financial Aid paperwork. All balances must be paid in full to clear your Financial Hold.
A: Student addresses are maintained by the Registrar’s Office. To update your permanent or local address, Please login to MyCap and change your email address in the profile section.Please contact the Student Accounts Office at 614-236-6123 with any additional questions concerning your student account.