Capital University Library

★★★★☆

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I've been a student at Capital for four years. Over my time here, the library has gone from being a dark, unaccomidating place to a comfortable study spot that is conducive to getting work done. The librarians and other staff are helpful to patrons with questions and the library serves the needs of students in any way possible (extending hours, providing snacks during finals time, purchasing new furniture, and making study areas for groups to work on projects). I actually enjoy going to the library!

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I've been a student at Capital for four years. Over my time here, the library has gone from being a dark, unaccomidating place to a comfortable study spot that is conducive to getting work done. The librarians and other staff are helpful to patrons with questions and the library serves the needs of students in any way possible (extending hours, providing snacks during finals time, purchasing new furniture, and making study areas for groups to work on projects). I actually enjoy going to the library!

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I did two undergrad degrees at Capital, so over time I became familiar with what the library had to offer, or rather lack thereof. Like everywhere on Capital's campus, the internet is as slow or slower than dial up, which is unacceptable. The computers in the basement tend more bandwith for some reason. The books offered in the library are rarely helpful for research. I was able to use a few books for my economics research, although found nothing of use for my communication work. The Bexley library was more useful during my undergrad than Capital's. It has a good atmosphere, but if you need something fast it is unlikely that Capital will have it.

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I did two undergrad degrees at Capital, so over time I became familiar with what the library had to offer, or rather lack thereof. Like everywhere on Capital's campus, the internet is as slow or slower than dial up, which is unacceptable. The computers in the basement tend more bandwith for some reason. The books offered in the library are rarely helpful for research. I was able to use a few books for my economics research, although found nothing of use for my communication work. The Bexley library was more useful during my undergrad than Capital's. It has a good atmosphere, but if you need something fast it is unlikely that Capital will have it.

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I went to Capital University for my Master's Degree and used the Capital library quite extensively in researching my thesis project. They have public computers and multi-levels. It is handicapped accessible and has an elevator inside. I really liked this quiet little library. They can get materials on loan for you if you wish. I also loved the pice of the berlin wall they have on display in the looby. Really really cool!

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★★★★☆

I went to Capital University for my Master's Degree and used the Capital library quite extensively in researching my thesis project. They have public computers and multi-levels. It is handicapped accessible and has an elevator inside. I really liked this quiet little library. They can get materials on loan for you if you wish. I also loved the pice of the berlin wall they have on display in the looby. Really really cool!

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