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On this Veterans Day, Colorado Technical University (CTU) is proud to announce its 2016 Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients. Fifty active duty military service members, veterans, military spouses, and – for the first time this year – caregivers of wounded warriors are honored for their service with a new opportunity to pursue higher education.
On Friday, October 16, 2015, Colorado Technical University gathered with local community and military leaders at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs for a special evening benefitting the Home Front Cares military charity. As the title sponsor of this year’s annual dinner, “For The Love of Our Troops XI”, CTU was proud to welcome keynote speaker, Taya Kyle, wife of “American Sniper”/SEAL Chris Kyle, which drew a sell-out crowd of over 1,100 guests.
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On Saturday, October 10, 2015 CTU Colorado Springs students, alumni, and faculty gathered with area community and armed services members in the campus courtyard to dedicate the Fallen Soldier Battle Cross Monument and honor fellow CTU student Apollo Antonio Santiago.
If you are a current or former military member or the spouse of a current service member, you may be eligible for a CCME Scholarship.
On Saturday, October 10, 2015, CTU Colorado Springs will dedicate the Fallen Soldier Battle Cross Monument in the campus courtyard.
: Colorado Technical University was the presenting sponsor of the Chick-fil-a Patriots’ Festival in Colorado Springs on September 12, 2015.
TSgt Todd Walls, Sr., two-time winner of Colorado Technical University's Wounded Warrior Scholarship, has built off his opportunities and hard work to take his career to new heights.
Gina Rinder, a military spouse and Wounded Warrior recipient, talks about being a military spouse and learning to reclaim her life through education.
Colorado Technical University (CTU) is proud to announce it has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report on three 2015 Best Online Programs for Veterans lists.
We had the opportunity to speak with one of our alumni, Amanda Loudin, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at CTU in the fall of 2014.
While veterans are among the most sought after college students today, nearly half can’t afford to go to college. Many hesitate to go back to school and may not know what scholarships are available to them. Fortunately, getting and paying for an education is now much easier for a number of veterans and their families. Colorado Technical University (CTU) annually awards its Wounded Warrior Scholarship to 50 wounded service members, their spouses and new this year, caregivers, making it possible for so many that served their country to earn their degrees.
Active duty women pursuing an education should consider the specialized resources, benefits and support systems that can set them up for success.
CTU has been listed in the Military Times “Best for Vets” 2015 Business Schools rankings issue. This prestigious list identifies schools that provide exceptional curricula and programming for our country’s veterans.
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