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CAP 101 is an online summer experience for all incoming first year and transfer students that will provide you with essential transitional resources before you even arrive on campus. In addition to all of the valuable information you will receive, when you complete the entire CAP 101 experience, you will earn a college credit - for free! CAP 101 will launch in mid-March 2019.
After you deposit, you will receive information with your Capital username and instructions to set up your account and change your temporary password to one of your choice. If you have any problems with accessing your account, please reach out to our Information Technology department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-236-6508.
Because CAP 101 is personalized for each student, you will receive an email inviting you to log in when CAP 101 is ready for you. The first step of CAP 101 will get all the essential tasks completed, including registering for Summer Orientation, taking your math placement exam, completing your Housing Intent form, uploading a photo for your Student ID, and printing Health and Immunization forms to return to campus.
At Summer Orientation, you’ll schedule your classes for fall semester, learn about getting involved on campus, and meet faculty, staff, current, and other incoming students. Special programming is also provided for parents and families.
2019 Summer Orientation dates:
Every student will take the Math Placement Exam to assess which math class is the best fit for you. The Math Placement Exam takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.
All first-year students are encouraged to live on campus. Students who live outside a 30-mile radius are required to live in the residence halls and purchase a meal plan. Students who live within the 30-mile radius have the option to commute from home. Commuter students are welcome and encouraged to purchase a meal plan. Preferred deadline for completing the housing paperwork is June 15.
Your Student ID is a vital part of your day – to – day life on campus. It serves as the key to your residence hall and other campus buildings, your meal plan, and your COTA bus pass. It also works like a debit card when you use your CapBucks at different restaurants on Main Street. You will receive your ID when you come to campus for Welcome Weekend in August.
You must return the New Student Health Information and Immunization Form before the first day of classes.
The required immunizations are:
Sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Smooth Transitions is designed to support underrepresented student populations in transitioning to the academic, cultural, and social environment at Capital. Smooth Transitions begins three days before Welcome Weekend (on Sunday, August 11, 2019). Daily activities focus on utilizing campus resources, developing supportive networks, understanding academic expectations and encouraging involvement in student organizations and community engagement.
Contact information: Office of Diversity and Inclusion, email@example.com, 614-236-6307
Welcome Weekend is a jam-packed weekend designed to get you ready for the start of classes. You will meet returning and new students, faculty and staff, get familiar with campus and Columbus, and maybe even get hypnotized! Attendance is mandatory for all new students. Welcome Weekend begins on Thursday, August 15, 2019. Classes begin the following Monday on August 19, 2019.