Undergrad Admissions

Step 1: Submit your scores

If you're a first-time freshman under the age of 22, take the SAT or ACT. (If you are a transfer or international student, you can ignore this step.)
Have the scores sent to Capitol. Our official SAT and ACT codes are the same: 5101. Capitol does award credits for Advanced Placement tests. To receive credit, you should have a score of 3 or higher. Have your scores sent to Capitol.
 

Step 2: Complete your application.

Step 3: Have your transcripts sent to Capitol.

An official, signed transcript of your high-school or previous college work must be sent directly from your school to this address:

Office of Admissions
Capitol Technology University
11301 Springfield Road
Laurel, MD 20708

For first time students, your school should also submit your ACT or SAT scores, if you have not had the testing agency send the scores directly to the Office of Admissions. Our code is 5101.

Step 4: Visit the campus.

Come see firsthand our state-of-the-art labs and multimedia classrooms. We welcome visits anytime, but we also offer special visiting days. RSVP to one of our open houses or request a private tour of the campus.

Step 5: Explore financial aid.

Capitol Technology University offers scholarships, private and institutional grants, loan options, work-study programs, and veteran's benefits. We'll put together the best financial aid package that works for you. Learn about our financial aid programs.

Step 6: You can expect a decision within two weeks

You can apply - and get accepted - any time before fall registration in late August or early September, or before spring registration in January. (We encourage you to submit your application well before these registration periods, and pay attention to financial aid priority dates.)

For International Students