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Honors Convocation 2024
The annual Honors Convocation celebrates deserving students for their scholarship and leadership. We also will recognize recipients of the Stellhorn, Cotterman, Praestantia, Faculty Scholarship, Student Impact, and Part-Time Faculty Teaching awards, ...

A Strong Foundation | The Next Century of Capital Football
"A Strong Foundation: The Next Century of Capital Football" follows the 100th season of Capital University Football, featuring interviews with student-athletes, coaches, and alumni. Chapters 0:00 Introduction 1:07 Pre-season 3:00 Denison 6:02 Muski...

Why Damian Chose Capital
Damian is a senior at Capital University! He is majoring in Organizational Communication with a minor in Public Relations and he is a member of the Capital University Football team! Hear about how he flourished when he left his home state of Michigan...

Why Karri Chose Capital
Hear from Karri about why she chose Capital University! Karri is an Accounting and Marketing double major, a member of the Softball team, the founder of the Capital University Chapter of Morgan's Message, and a leader with Pride of the Purple. Oh and...

Why Paige Chose Capital
Paige is a senior biology major with an environmental science minor. She is the co-captain of the Dance Team and Tri Beta. Hear about why she chose Capital!

Why Aidan Chose Capital
Aidan is a senior here at Capital University! He is an Instrumental Music Education major, the Founder of the Jazz Society, Vice President of Student Government and a talented trumpet player!

Why Bella Chose Capital
Bella is a English Literature and Spanish double major. She is super involved on campus! She is the President of Delta Phi Epsilon, a member of Pi Sig Iota, the Vice President of Finance for Student Government, a Writing Consultant in Academic Succes...

Courage in Community | Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning | Opening Keynote
Join fellow students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Capital University Opening Welcome
Watch along as President Dave Kaufman, Provost Fournier, faculty, and staff formally welcome new students to the #CapFam.

Capital University's 173rd Commencement - 2:30 pm Ceremony
The 173rd Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2023 will take place at 2:30 pm on Saturday, May 13, 2022.

Capital University's 173rd Commencement - 10:30 am Ceremony
The 173rd Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2023 will take place at 10:30 am on Saturday, May 13, 2023.

2023 Graduate Commencement
In recognition of the accomplishments of our graduate students, Capital held a separate hooding and commencement ceremony for graduates of our master’s Business, Education, Music, and Nursing programs on May 10, 2023.

Dark Matters (World Premiere)
In July 2020, Dr. Lynda Hasseler, and the Conservatory of Music’s choral department initiated a project to support the creation of a new choral work by commissioning poet, Samiya Bashir, and composer Joel Thompson. Together they created Dark Matter...

Living in an Arboretum
Capital University’s undergraduate and seminary campuses are located in the City of Bexley, the first accredited municipal arboretum in the United States. To learn more about the Bexley Arboretum, visit http://www.bexleyarboretum.org

Sending a Message into the Future
Dr. Andy Carlson, professor of History, discusses the time capsule placed in the Convergent Media Center on April 6, 2023. This time capsule contains promotional materials and new stories about the CMC construction, two institutional history books, ...

Creating is What I'm Here to Do
Cedric Gegel ’17 is an actor and filmmaker who takes on a wide variety of creative challenges. On stage or on screen, he seeks to do the impossible through the united strength of community. To learn more about Theatre Studies at Capital University...

10th Century Fragment of Psalms Commentary by a Missing Sermon on Psalm 144 from St. John Chrysostom
On February 27, 1984, Winfred Belcher, M. Div ’85, discovered a fragment of a 10th century Greek manuscript in a supermarket in Warrendale, Pennsylvania. After being housed at Trinity Lutheran Seminary for nearly 40 years, the Warrendale fragment n...

What is the Pride of the Purple?
Find out more about Capital Athletics at athletics.capital.edu

Where in the world is Capital??
Find out more about Capital University at capital.edu

All Kinds of Audio
Madison Easton, majoring in Music Technology, explores all different kinds of audio engineering. Whether on stage on in the studio, Madison works collaboratively with artists to find creative musical opportunities. To learn more about Music Technol...

Math + Magic | A Combinatorics Example
Dr. Jon Stadler, professor of mathematics, computer science and physics, demonstrates a mathematical magic trick. To learn more about mathematics at Capital University, visit capital.edu/mathematics

Primmer Outdoor Learning Center
Dr. Christine Anderson, associate professor of Biology, discusses the research taking place at Capital University’s Primmer Outdoor Learning Center. To learn more, visit capital.edu/primmer

Archer's new ID photo
Archer the facilities dog visit's Capital's Film and Media Production studio to get a new photo for his staff ID. To learn more about Capital University's Film and Media Production program, visit www.capital.edu/film-and-media-production

The City of Bexley and Capital
Mayor Ben Kessler highlights the relationship between the City of Bexley and Capital University. To learn more about Capital University, visit capital.edu

Happy Valentine's Day!
Archer wishes the Capital Community a happy Valentine's Day! Archer is a facilities dog with Capital University's Center for Health and Wellness.

The Intersection of Community and Underserved Populations
Ralph Cochran, Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Mikayla Carter, Associate Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, discuss the intersection of community and underserved populations. Learn more at www.capital.edu/di...

This is Archer
Meet Archer, a facilities dog at Capital University! Learn more about Capital's Center for Health and Wellness at capital.edu/health

Using MIDI Files to Animate Instruments | A Student Research Project
James Alt, majoring in Music Technology with a minor in Computer Science, created an add-on for Blender, a 3D modeling and animation software. Alt’s program “MIDI Animator”, written in the Python programming language, enables a faster workflow ...

Claim Capital
It's your moment. Visit capital.edu/claimcap to learn more.

A New Day for All of Us | Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning | Opening Keynote
Join fellow students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Capital University Opening Ceremony
Watch along as President Dave Kaufman, Provost Fournier, faculty, and staff formally welcome new students to the #CapFam.

Through the Gate - Stepping Outside of My Normal
Learn more at capital.edu/through-the-gate/

Capital University's 172nd Commencement Ceremony
The 172nd Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2022 will take place on Satruday, May 7, 2022.

2022 Graduate Commencement
In recognition of the accomplishments of our graduate students, Capital held a separate hooding and commencement ceremony for graduates of our master’s Business, Education, Music, and Nursing programs on May 2, 2022.

Through the Gate - All-American
With a specific focus on student athletes, this episode explores the positive impact of playing a sport and how lessons learned on the track, such as leadership and determination, can propel students to new heights after graduation. Learn more abou...

Alma Mater
Words by George F. Dell ’23 Audio recorded and mixed by Carlee Kime ’17 Special thanks to John Pagliaro, MBA ’21, Morgan Bahr ’22, and Mary Longsdorf ‘22 Learn more about Capital University’s Alma Mater here: https://stories.capital.ed...

Through the Gate - The People You Meet Here
With a specific focus on faith at Capital, this episode explores religious life on campus and how acceptance of all students relates to leadership and student life. Through the Gate, a Capital produced docuseries, aims to shine a light on the on th...

Through the Gate - Where I Needed to Be
While Bexley continues to serve as the home base for the CapFam, students have the opportunity to travel Through the Gate and explore the world through study abroad opportunities. Available for every major, Capital offers study abroad opportunities i...

A Closer Look at Project Indigo
Capital University is committed to making equal access to education a reality. Learn more about Project Indigo at capital.edu/indigo

Through the Gate - Women of Harmony
Watch how the Women of Harmony Brass Quintet started off as strangers and created their own community within a student group. This quintet is one of the only all-female brass groups in the world and Capital is proud to share their story with you! Le...

This Little Light of Mine Opening Convocation - 31st Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Learning
All are welcome to participate in the 31st annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Learning at Capital University on Monday, January 17. The theme of this event is “This Little Light of Mine,” an anthem during the civil rights movement and a song t...

COVID 19 Vaccine Facts, Myths, Q&A with Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser
1 hour presentation related to the COVID-19 vaccine address facts and common misconceptions

Exploring the Capital Comets Logo
Capital Comets, it’s more than a name, it’s more than a logo. As the oldest university in central Ohio, the logo pays homage to the capital city where our campuses reside. Watch as President Kaufman explains more.

We Are the Capital Comets
All over campus, school spirit is shining brighter than ever –we’re officially the Capital Comets!

The Pride of the Purple
#CapFam, your champion has been chosen! The name that outshined all the others, we are now the Capital Comets!

Dave Kaufman Named 17th President of Capital University
Following a year as interim president of Capital University, David L. Kaufman was selected in July 2021 to serve as the University’s 17th president. “We are excited that Dave Kaufman has accepted the position as the next president of Capital,”...

Capital University - Special Announcement
Please join us as the Board of Trustees announces its decision regarding Capital University's next president.

Capital University's 171st Commencement Ceremony
The 170th Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020 will take place on Sunday, May 9, 2021.

Capital University's 171st Commencement Ceremony
The 171st Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2021 will take place throughout the day on Saturday, May 8, 2021.

30th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning - Opening Convocation
Our Opening Convocation premieres on January 18 at 9 AM with jubilant musical selections from the Capital University Chapel Choir, directed by Dr. Lynda Hasseler, guest artists; Terrence J. Dooley & Testimony and LaTiah Lilly. It will culminate with ...

Capital Holiday Card 2020
From Interim President Dave Kaufman and the entire Capital University community. As our gift to you, we invite you to join us for Christmas Festival 2020, a virtual concert experience on December 5 and 6, 2020. https://www.capital.edu/christmas-fes...

Interview with Interim President Kaufman
Check out this exclusive recorded interview of President Kaufman with Senior Joshua Miller to learn more about our President and the great work he is doing here at Capital AND what President Kaufman's goals are while here at Capital! This interview ...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 10 - Things Every Capital Student Should Do
What do Capital students do for fun? Explore the city, of course! From hot chicken and artisan ice cream, to museums, botanical exhibits, professional sports and shopping, Bexley and Columbus offer plenty of opportunities for college students who wan...

Cap Cat Season 2 Episode 9 - Degree Scene: Convergent Media
What do history majors and film and media production majors have in common? Watch Episode 9 of CapChat to find out! Join history student Rocky Jorgensen and Dr. Betsy Pike, assistant professor of Communication and esteemed Capital grad, as they discu...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 8 - Class Management
Whether you are a first-year student or one who is registering for their final semester, time management can be one of the most challenging aspects of being in college. In Episode 8 of CapChat, junior Allie Rus and Associate Provost Keirsten Moore ta...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 7 - Degree Scene: Business
CapChat Season 2 continues with Episode 7, where you’ll learn there's a lot more to business than stock markets, supply chains and financial reports. Junior Aaron Sullivan, a dual major in Marketing and Financial Economics with a minor in Entrepren...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 6 - Living on a College Budget
CapChat Season 2 continues with Episode 6 and ways to be financially smart. Sophomore Taylor Adams teams up with John Brown, Capital’s director of Financial Aid, to talk about paying for college, saving for life, and understanding the importance of...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 5 - Degree Scene: Sciences
This season of CapChat brings all things science to Episode 5, showcasing how Capital University students and professors connect science to everyday life. Dr. Christine Anderson, associate professor of zoology, joins biology major Emma Young to talk ...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 4 - Campus Life
CapChat Season 2 continues with fun and helpful tips about campus living and commuter life. Our guests – Ashley Swank, a third-year student, and Brendan Downing, Capital’s associate director of Residential and Commuter Life – share ideas about ...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 3 - Degree Scene: Education
CapChat Season 2 continues with helpful information for anyone who is in interested in becoming a teacher. Capital’s education program is highly respected for its blend of educational theory with relevant field experiences, preparing students to ex...

Meet Your CapFam - Dr. Nicole Poellet
Dr. Nicole Poellet (DNP, University of Michigan, 2016) is an assistant professor in the Department of Nursing. She has taught psychiatric-mental health nursing, both in the classroom and clinical settings, as well as undergraduate research. At the gr...

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 2 - Health and Relationships
CapChat Season 2 continues with the first in our series of advice episodes for students and the services offered at Capital. In this episode, we explore the important topics of health and relationships. Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, director of Univers...

Meet Your CapFam - Dr. Stephanie Gray Wilson
Dr. Stephanie Gray Wilson is a Professor of Psychology and the Assistant Provost of Experiential Learning: Director of Honors and Undergraduate Scholarship.

Cap Chat Season 2 Episode 1 - Majors and Careers: Music
Welcome to CapChat Season 2, Episode 1! Building on the success of our first season, we’ve added a series of episodes that explore areas of study at Capital. Listen along as professors and current students give you an overview of different degree p...

Meet Your CapFam - Professor Neal Schmitt
Professor Schmitt has been a part of the Columbus music scene as a live sound engineer, performer and producer for more than 20 years. He teaches classes in web development, music technology and audio production. Learn more about Music Tech Program...

Capital's Partnership with First English Lutheran Church
Dr. Stephanie Gray Wilson, assistant provost for Experiential Learning at Capital, discusses Capital's partnership with local partner First English Lutheran Community Church. Learn more about Capital's Community Engaged Learning initiatives and our ...

CapChat Season 2 Episode 0
CapChat Season 2 launches in February! As we gear up for Season 2, we decided to smoosh the very best of season 1 into a single episode just for you. From student success tips and demystifying financial aid to life as a student-athlete and the best o...