2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin
The Capital University Undergraduate Bulletin
This bulletin provides information relative to the School of Natural Sciences, Nursing and Health; the School of Management and Leadership; the School of Social Sciences and Education; the Conservatory of Music and School of Communication; and the School of Humanities. Separate publications are provided for the Law School, the Master of Science in Nursing degree, the Master of Business Administration degree, the Master of Music in Music Education degree, and Summer School. The information in this bulletin applies to the 2011-2012 academic year. Capital University reserves the right to make changes in offerings, requirements and regulations subsequent to the publication of the bulletin.
Directory of Offices
The post office address of the university is:
1 College and Main, Columbus
The switchboard number is: 614-236-6011
Depending upon the nature of the inquiry, letters and phone calls to the university should be directed as follows:
Admission—undergraduate admission information, 614-236-6101, or toll free: 1-866-544-6175.
Adult and Graduate Education—614-236-6996.
Center for Health and Wellness—614-236-6114
Finance Office—Accounts payable and general ledger, 614-236-6385.
Financial Aid—financial assistance, including scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment, 614-236-6511.
International Education—program information about study abroad and admission information for overseas students, 614-236-7102.
Media Relations and Communications—614-236-6945.
Publications and Marketing—614-236-6196.
Registrar—student academic records, transcripts and graduation, 614-236-6150.
Residence Life—student housing, 614-236-6811.
ROTC / Department of Military Science and Leadership—614-236-7114/6808, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Information—athletic event publicity and publications, 614-236-6174.
Student Accounts—student financial accounts, payment plans, 614-236-6123.
Student and Community Engagement—student organizations, Greek life, orientation, programming, and Campus Center, 614-236-6901 .
Student Affairs—campus life, parent/family concerns, student success and conduct program, 614-236-6611.
Summer School—summer programs and schedule information, 614-236-6151.
Veteran Benefits - certification of enrollment, 614-236-6966
Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost—general academic matters, 614- 236-6108.