CTU Colorado Springs June 2011 Commencement

  • August 03, 2011
  • News

Campus holds largest commencement to date with 224 students participating

Colorado Springs, Colo.  August 3, 2011 – Colorado Technical University (CTU) – graduated 224 students at its summer commencement, held in Colorado Springs on Friday, June 17, adding to the ranks of students to earn degrees from one of the leading providers of education for career-motivated students.

Of the participating graduates, 46 students received associate degrees, 82 received bachelor’s degrees, 89 received master’s degrees and 7 students received doctoral degrees.  115 of the graduates pursued their degrees 100 percent online through the school’s virtual campus. The remaining 109 students attended classes at one of CTU’s ground campuses.  The event was held at the Crowne Plaza Colorado Springs hotel and was the largest on-campus graduation to date.

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