Congressman Doug Lamborn visits CTU Colorado Springs Campus

Congressman LambornCongressman Doug Lamborn of Colorado’s 5 th Congressional District met with CTU Southern Colorado President Bentley Rayburn, Major General, USAF (Ret.) and several members of the leadership team at the Colorado Springs campus on Monday.  During his visit, Lamborn and his Chief of Staff, Chris Phelen, were given an orientation of CTU and a tour of the campus.  The Congressman was briefed on the vision and mission of CTU as well as an overview of our academic programs, student support, community partnerships and our strong commitment to the military.  The Congressman expressed his strong support of CTU and the positive role the campus plays in the community. 
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