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We know that your summer plans feel up-in-air, and they may stay that way for a while. Register now for summer courses to hold your spot. If your plans change, don’t worry. You can cancel for a full refund any time before the start of classes.
All of our summer 2020 undergraduate classes have moved to remote learning. Summer graduate courses in business, education, law, music and nursing also have moved to online delivery. Information regarding summer programs at Trinity Lutheran Seminary will be announced soon.
Summer sessions offers opportunities to fit some additional courses into your year – whether you are trying to graduate ahead of schedule, catch-up to an existing plan, or make room in your schedule for additional courses. Also, summer courses count toward your GPA, so this is also a great opportunity to retake a course if you would like to improve your GPA.
Capital University has a wide variety of summer courses designed to increase academic opportunities for undergraduate students – whether you’re from Capital or another university. Our summer session is rigorous, but it’s a great way to advance your academic coursework and earn credits that will transfer to your home college or university. As a Capital student, you'll get the added advantages of taking a Capital course from home, expert instruction, credit and grades that count, and no course transfer paperwork.
Classes in the arts, sciences, humanities and professions, including business, education, and social sciences, as well as classes that fulfill Capital’s Signature Learning requirements, will be taught by professors who are highly engaged and who use teaching and learning practices proven to have the highest impact on learning. Significant investments in additional technology and faculty development have been made to support remote student learning.
View the full schedule of summer courses.
Capital students can enroll NOW through WebAdvisor.
Not in college yet? Middle and high school students can explore summer fun with Capital’s non-credit camps and workshops in athletics and the arts.
Continuing education in musicFor middle and high school students, educators and other professionals who want to enhance their skills or explore possible career paths, summer programs are offered by Capital University’s Conservatory of Music and Trinity Lutheran Seminary.Summer at Capital University – we really do have something for everyone!
Does the idea of studying organic chemistry and differential equations make your heart skip a beat? Can you think of nothing better than hanging out with other science and math geeks talking shop? Our Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics is for you. Join students from across the country in an accelerated program that covers a full year of coursework in just eight weeks. Capital University is fully committed to our students’ learning and success. For the health and safety of our students, faculty, teaching assistants and staff, all summer classes, including Summer Institute courses and laboratories, will be delivered online.Rigorous yet supportive, the Summer Institute is an exhilarating learning experience. No matter what college or university you attend during the year, this program is a smart, stimulating and efficient way to earn transferable math and science credits.
Capital's Conservatory of Music offers a wide range of Summer Music Programs for middle school and high school students to educators. Wind and percussion camp, vocal and theater workshops or train in the Kodály method — it’s here for you.
You are invited to come to Trinity to connect with other musicians from across the country for study, music, worship, and theological reflection.
Summer music courses are the perfect opportunity for musicians, clergy, worship leaders, and anyone passionate about music ministry -- to further develop music skills, be energized, equipped, and renewed for ministry.
We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Sustain the Flame is designed to challenge and assist high schoolers to think about their Christian vocation and how they may choose to live their faith in a church or secular occupation. Participants experience three basic components of theological education - academic learning, serving the people of God in various contexts, and further developing spirituality. As a participant, you will have time with seminary counselors, faculty members, professional mentors, community resource people and more!
Want to learn from college coaches and interact with student-athletes? Visit athletics.capital.edu/camps and check out the sports camps at Capital University.
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BEXLEY CAMPUS: summer session | SEMINARY: A-TERM | B-Term