With tuition rising almost every year and additional costs piling up, students are leaving with more debt than ever before. Is the cost of a college education worth its perceived […]
Capital University’s Department of Public Safety has increased the price of parking passes for the 2017-18 academic year. Student resident permits are now $200 for the year, while “O” Lot permits and commuter day permits are $160.
Capital has announced that it is raising its tuition rates by $3,500, beginning the 2017-2018 academic year. This is a 10 percent increase from the previous year. University officials are […]
With the selection of a new athletic director eminent, Capital’s athletic department is at a crossroads between failing programs and a thin coaching staff receiving inadequate compensation. Athletic Performance On […]
Capital University announced that Jody Fournier and Barbara Feldman have been selected as finalists for the vacant provost position. The search began in April 2016 with the departure of Richard […]
It’s never too late to go back to school, and Capital alumnus, Jay Donovan, is proof of that. Years after finishing his undergrad at Otterbein University, Donovan decided to pursue his […]
Mary Vitullo is a Capital student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in nursing. Vitullo serves as Image of Nursing Committee Chair for the Capital Student Nursing Association (CUSNA). She notes that the […]