Colorado Technical University will form an alliance with select accredited two-year
colleges who wish to provide their graduates with the opportunity to
streamline their transition into a Bachelor's degree program.
The CTU Educational Alliances Program for Community Colleges includes:
- The Completion of an Articulation/Transfer Agreement
The CTU articulation/transfer agreement formalizes the alliance between
our University and your college. Establishing this agreement means a
simplified transcript evaluation process for your graduates.
- A Streamlined Process to Help You Administer our Educational
Programs within your College
Our team will work with you to develop an internal communications plan
detailing the unique features and benefits of our Educational
- The Ability to Market a Baccalaureate Transition Program to your
This program assumes that all associate-level requirements have been
met through an associate degree or the equivalent. This program enables
you to provide the flexibility of continuing education to existing students
and could definitely be a selling point for your prospective students.
- Potential Grant Eligibility
Students enrolling through an Articulation Alliance may be eligible for an Educational Alliances
To learn more about the Colorado Technical University Educational Alliances
Program, please email us.
If you are interested in becoming a CTU student, please call 866-897-1560.
* University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published
in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of
eligibility have been met.
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