Enjoy the first Connector issue of the summer; we've highlighted some of the important things coming your way this fall, updates on campus activities, and ways you can support Capitol. Don't forget to save the date for the annual Scholarship Golf Tournament!
enduring service, contributions to the community and assistance in enabling Capitol to achieve significant advances
in education, Haden A. Land, vice president and chief technology officer for
Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services - Civil Product Line
and the 2010 commencement speaker, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate
of Humane Letters, honoris causa, on May 15, 2010. The Class of 2010 graduates were
also awarded for their successes - view photos and the event recap here.
It's almost time to round up your golf buddies and hit the
links! The Capitol College Scholarship Golf Tournament is held every year to
raise funds to support the growing needs of our students through scholarships.
Save the date and join us as we tee off for a good cause.
September 10, 2010
Patuxent Greens Country Club
7 a.m. (8 a.m. shotgun start)
in being a sponsor? Contact Jason Copley, 301-369-2800, ext. 3097.
|Capitol at CollegeBound|
director of undergraduate admissions, and other Capitol admissions representatives will be
attending the CollegeBound Foundation Luncheon in Baltimore on July 28, 2010. As a partner in
education with Capitol
helps teens and their families navigate the admissions process, allowing many
students to become the first in their family to go to college. Check out some
of the other community partnerships that Capitol has forged with government, academia, and the
local and regional communities and see how your company can get involved.
Opportunities in Information Assurance |
announced in March the addition of a doctor of science (DSc) degree in information assurance to its academic programs, hundreds of potential doctoral students signed up for the program. Were you one of them? If you're interested in achieving academic excellence in information assurance and pursuing your education to the highest level, contact us with your questions about the admissions process, degree requirements,
financial aid options, and course schedules.
In addition, undergraduates will now have a chance to be awarded with a
new $5,000 information assurance scholarship, supported by the Information Systems Security Association, a non-profit, international organization of
information security professionals and practitioners. The award represents the
first information assurance specific scholarship at the college that represents
a professional IA society.
Scarlin Hernandez, Capitol Scholar, 2009Capitol Scholars Program
The second cohort of the Capitol Scholars Program, the best and the brightest from around the region, will arrive on campus in early July as they embark on a rigorous three-week summer course schedule. These top
students take learning and achieving to a whole new level - learn more about the Capitol Scholars Program, and encourage the scholar in your life to apply!
|Earn One Free Credit|
This could be the year you come back to Capitol
to get your master's degree! Capitol College
is offering one free credit towards your first enrollment in a master's degree
program when you attend a Virtual Open House
. Just like an on-campus Open
House, a VOH is Capitol
College's way of
acclimating potential graduate students to the online learning environment. Learn about our programs, interact with faculty
and deans, ask questions, experience first-hand our unique
online platform, Capitol Live. To receive this credit, you must apply for admission and attend a VOH; credit
awarded only for enrollment in the semester following your VOH attendance. You
must meet the admissions requirements of the academic program to receive the
credit. Register now
for the following VOH date exclusively for master's programs:
Capitol will also present a VOH exclusively for prospective doctoral students interested in the Doctor of Science in Information Assurance:
While most students are enjoying their summer vacations, future college students can still
learn about the exciting Capitol education that could be in store for them.
Encourage a friend or family member to schedule a one-on-one tour today to find out about our
degree programs, state-of-the-art equipment, job guarantee and more. The Office
of Admissions conducts tours and information sessions on weekdays throughout
Dr. Vic Maconachy, vice president for academic affairs, and Dr. Helen Barker, dean,
attended the 2010 CISSE (Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education)
conference in Baltimore