Skip to Main Content

Undergraduate Admissions

At Capitol Technology University, we consider you a first-time freshman applicant if you have never enrolled in a college or university after receiving a high school diploma. If you received college credit while attending high school, you're still considered a freshman.

For more information continue to scroll down, click here to find your admissions counselor, or click here to watch the 2020-2021 Admissions Presentation Video.

High School Requirements

For engineering programs, we look for:

  • at least a 2.8 grade point average;
  • an SAT score of at least 900, with at least a 500 in math or an ACT score of 19 (now optional to submit scores);
  • a fourth year of math (to prepare for college calculus); and
  • a third year of science.

For non-engineering programs, Capitol looks for students who have:

  • at least a 2.2 grade point average;
  • an SAT score of at least 800 or an ACT score of 17 (now optional to submit scores);
  • three years of math, including plane geometry and algebra II;
  • two years of science; and
  • two years of social science.

Engineering applicants who do not meet the above criteria, but meet the general admissions criteria, may be accepted into a freshman engineering technology program. After successful completion, students may transfer into the engineering program as sophomores with academic dean approval.

Foreign languages are not required.

Below you will find the information and resources needed to take the next steps toward your education.


Take the Next Step

 

You can also contact Admissions at admissions@captechu.edu or call 1-800-950-1992.