The University offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs and serves a diverse student body of nearly 3,300, including traditional undergraduates, degree-completion, and graduate students. With 60 majors and more than 50 minors in the areas of Music, Arts and Communication, Business and Management, Education, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science, Nursing and Health, and Social Sciences, Capital shapes engaged citizens and purposeful leaders who improve their industries, communities, and society. Graduate degrees and/or post-degree certification is available in Education, Law, Theology, Nursing, Business and Music Education.
Capital is deeply connected to Columbus, the capital city we call home – a city that often makes “top 10” lists for livability, technology, opportunity, and jobs. As the third-largest city in the Midwest and the 15th largest in the country, Columbus affords its students unlimited opportunities for internships, research, and jobs. The city has a multitude of arts and entertainment options, exciting professional sports teams, vibrant neighborhoods, and beautiful metro parks. Home to many Fortune 500 companies, Columbus has earned recognition as the best big city in the Midwest; a Top 5 for work-life balance; a listing in the Top 10 percent for affordability; the best city in the U.S. for tech workers; and a Top 5 for entrepreneurs and startups.
Capital University’s Athletic Department is hiring an Assistant Coach of Women’s Basketball for 2021-2022. The responsibilities of this position include assist in the day to day operations pertaining to recruiting, player development, and all coaching requirements. Candidate must possess excellent personal communication skills and strong leadership skills. He or she must be able to multitask, great motivational skills along with excellent time management and organizational skills.
- Works well with men and women from diverse backgrounds.
- Ability to learn Microsoft Office Suite.
- Maintain ethical and professional relationship with students and student-athletes.
- Secondary duties to be assigned by athletic director.