Capital University was established in the year 1830 as a public institution offering bachelors and masters programs in the US. The university is located in the capital city of Columbus, Ohio spread across 48 acres of land. The city, often in the top 10 list for livability technology, and career opportunities is also home to many Fortune 500 companies.
At the undergraduate level, the university offers 60 majors, and over 50 minors in the areas of Business and Management, Arts and Communication, Social Sciences, Education and Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics and Computer Science. Graduate programs are available in areas of Law, Business, Education, and Music.
Capital University has close to 3500 students enrolled in full-time programs, with nearly 2400 students studying at the undergraduate level. The university has a good student to faculty ratio with 12 faculties for every student. The university is less selective, with acceptance rate at 69%. Over 100 international students add diversity to the campus.
Students can be a part of various student organizations in the field of academics, community leadership, cultural diversity, fraternity and sorority life, performing media and arts, social and recreational and more. Students also have a host of internship opportunities through Capitals broad network of potential employers. The university is a part of the NCAA III. 99% of Capitals first-year international students at undergraduate level receive merit-based financial aid.
Notable Alumni: Matt Billingslea (Drummer-Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift), Ron Amstutz (Ohio State Representative), C. C Finlay (Novelist)
Capital University Programs
Average Academic Score
Bachelors - $36,652
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Capital University Rankings
RegionalUnited States of America
Student Faculty Ratio
1 College and Main, Columbus, OH 43209,United States of America