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In collaboration with campus partners, the Office of Residential and Commuter Life fosters safe, secure, and inclusive living and learning environments where students have the opportunity to:
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Download the First-Year Housing Guide to learn everything you need to know about getting settled in for your first year. Inside you’ll find: Step-by-step instructions for completing your housing intent form, how to set your roommate preference, frequently asked questions, and much more!
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Great places have great spaces. Capital University sophomore Lindi Cisco shares her favorite spots around campus to hang out, relax, eat, and get caffeinated....
Living on campus has advantages that help students gain confidence, build relationships, and grow both independently and communally. In fact, according to Dr. Larry Hunter, Director of Institutional Research at Capital University, statistics have consistently shown that students who live at Capital tend to stay in college.Sophomore Lindi Cisco recalls back to her first year when the last thing she wanted was be away from home. She is now thankful for a little "tough love" (aka - parental encouragement) from mom that helped keep her here. "I can't imagine not living here now," she admits. "That first year was a tough adjustment, but what a difference a year makes."...
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