Undergraduate Admissions

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Colorado Technical University offers more than a degree. We connect you to the tools, resources and network you need to help close the gap from where you are to where you want to be. We connect you to what matters most.

Take the next step. Apply for admission to CTU and experience the power of being in.

Steps to Apply

Below are the required steps to complete your application package. Have questions? The easiest way to get fast answers is to speak to one of our Admissions Advisors .

  1. Interview. Connect with an Admissions Advisor, in person or by phone, to explore your goals and confirm your decision to pursue your degree at CTU.
  2. Apply. Submit a completed Colorado Technical University undergraduate admission application online.
  3. Submit documentation. Submit valid proof of high school graduation or equivalency documents. Non-native speakers of English are additionally required to provide proof of English proficiency, such as TOEFL, IELTS or other English proficiency assessment results, prior to admission.

Ready to apply? Click here to begin your online application.

A Word About Proof of High School Graduation
Proof of high school graduation* is an admissions requirement for new undergraduate students. It is your responsibility to provide acceptable documentation of high school graduation or its equivalency by the first day of the second session in the degree program of study. If you do not provide documentation of high school equivalency prior to the first day of the second session your enrollment will be cancelled, resulting in the loss of any academic work submitted or grades earned.
Acceptable documentation of high school graduation or its equivalency may include a copy of a high school transcript or diploma, GED transcript or certificate, a DD-214 form, or other written verification that demonstrates high school graduation or equivalency.

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*Please note that if you are utilizing Federal Financial Aid to cover your tuition and fees, no Federal Financial Aid funds will be disbursed to a student’s account until a valid proof of high school graduation or its equivalent is received by the Registrar’s Office.