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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.
For anyone who had worn the uniform of a soldier, airman, seaman, or marine, however, Memorial Day means a great deal more.
CTU’s Kurt Johnson has been appointed to Military Advanced Education’s 2016 Advisory Board, in which he will help refine the annual survey used to score institutions on their best practices in military and veteran education.
CTU’s first Master of Science in Homeland Security National Guard Scholarship recipient, First Lieutenant Angela Cincis, graduates with her degree and is excited about what the future holds, personally and professionally.
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CTU announced its call for applications for the 2016 Wounded Warrior Scholarship. The eighth annual scholarship program is intended to provide much needed assistance to active duty military personnel, their families and caregivers to pursue higher education.
Michael Midura of CTU’s Military Team was recently elected to the Council of College and Military Educators Board of Directors as the Advisory Council on Military Education Liaison.
A military veteran removed from of a tour of duty in Iraq found himself at a difficult crossroads in his life.
Pursuing an education as a military spouse can be a challenging goal, but with the right resources and support it is possible.
As you near the end of your military career, you may be wondering what’s next. Discover potential degree paths that can help you decide.
After Gabriela’s husband was injured while he was serving his country, she knew pursuing a degree was a way to help support her family.
The GI Bill® can help active service members, veterans and immediate family members pay for the cost of a college education.
U.S. Army vet Barry Hooper wants to pay it forward and says his goal for obtaining a degree at CTU is to get a job.
Despite years of training, many military women find themselves unemployable after serving their country.
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