Capella University

Capella University
225 South 6th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
888-CAPELLA

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Contact for Transfer Students

James Anderson – Education Alliances Representative
1-888-227-3552 Option 3, Ext: 4135
James.Anderson@capella.edu

Articulation Agreement: Yes

Academic Programs:

http://www.capella.edu/austincc

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Admission Requirements for Transfer Students:

  • General education courses with “C” or higher accepted
  • Two-year college courses may apply for upper division credit

Transfer Credit Information:

Can transfer up to 90 semester hours from regionally accredited two year institution.

Grading: The grade of D does not transfer into Capella

Approximate Cost/Range for One Academic Year

(15 hours per semester Fall and Spring)

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Financial Aid

Regardless of your current income level or need, you may qualify for a variety of student financial aid programs that can help offset your tuition costs. To learn more about your personal financial aid opportunities, call 1-888-227-2736 to speak with an enrollment services representative.

Federal Financial Aid


The Federal Stafford Loan Program offers a variety of student loans for both graduate and undergraduate students. Loans are either subsidized (government pays loan interest) or unsubsidized (borrower is responsible for loan interest). Interest rates for student loans are low compared to other types of consumer loans, and repayment can be deferred until after graduation. Loan amounts vary:

Stafford Loan Eligibility
(Grade level at time of awarding)

Transfer or Earned Credits

Maximum Stafford Loan Amount

Grade level 1

0-45 credits

$2,625 subsidized
$4,000 unsubsidized

Grade level 2

46-90 credits

$3,500 subsidized
$4,000 unsubsidized

Grade level 3-5

91-180 credits

$5,500 subsidized
$5,000 unsubsidized

Graduate programs

*

$8,500 subsidized
$10,000 unsubsidized

*Students in programs are eligible for up to $18,500 in federal Stafford Loans. Eligibility and award amounts are reviewed annually by the financial aid office.

Federal Pell Grants are based on financial need and are awarded to eligible learners in an undergraduate program. The maximum Pell Grant allowed for 2004-2005 is $4,050. Because the Pell Grant is considered to be "gift aid," it does not have to be repaid. Pell Grant eligibility is based upon actual enrollment.

Note: You must be enrolled at least half time to qualify for federal financial aid. Call an enrollment services representative at 1-888-227-2736 to explore your financial aid opportunities and to map out your program with our unique roadmap system.


Non-federal Student Loans

For learners seeking funding outside the federal Stafford Loan programs, private loans are available through numerous preferred lenders and financial institutions. Interest rates for student loans are low compared to other types of consumer loans, and repayment is deferred until after graduation. Call 1-888-227-2736 to speak with an enrollment services representative about which loan program may be best suited to your needs.

Scholarships for Transfer Students

Many Capella University learners are eligible for graduate and undergraduate scholarships. Your goals, work experience, financial need, or even geographic location may qualify you for an award. Call 1-888-227-2736 to discuss your eligibility and scholarship opportunities with an enrollment services representative.

Special Programs Unique to This School:

  • Tuition discount on all Capella University courses
  • No admission application fee
  • Simple application process with no GRE requirements
  • Smooth transfer of credits toward your Capella University degree program

Credit for Prior Learning
Capella University recognizes that adults bring real-life experience to the course room. The knowledge and skills you have gained through career and academic experience may be eligible for credit toward your degree through a credit petition process. Learn more about credit for prior learning.

Veterans Benefit Plans
Capella University is approved for veteran educational benefits. To determine your eligibility, call the Veterans Benefits Administration at 1-888-GI-BILL-1.
Learn more about veterans education benefits

U.S. Armed Forces Discounts
Members of the Armed Forces may be entitled to tuition discounts, credit for training, and many other benefits through a variety of Capella University programs. Reduced tuition rates extend not only to active duty members, but also to veterans, guards, reservists, civilian employees of the Department of Defense, and immediate family members of active duty personnel. Learn more about Armed Forces education benefits.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Many employers offer employees reimbursement for educational tuition as part of their benefits package. Some employers will even cover the cost of fees, books, and other related expenses. To learn more about your employer's continuing education benefits, contact your human resources department.

Accreditation Information

Capella University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) - www.ncahlc.org.

Note: The information shown here is subject to change. Students are strongly encouraged to verify information with the institution to which they intend to transfer.