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The seventh annual scholarship program has supported wounded active duty and veteran service members and spouses since 2008.
Congratulations to our 2015 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipients! Update your social profiles with these images and let everyone know about your new adventure!
Hear from 2013 Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipient, Master Sgt. Sean Rinder, US Army, Ret. about how the scholarship helped him transition to civilian life and helped his wife achieve her degree.
The Colorado Springs campus of Colorado Technical University dedicated its military flag monument with a service on Saturday morning, October 11, 2014.
CTU announced today that Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines, recognized the university as a Top Military Friendly School® for a sixth consecutive year.
Dennis Baker feels the friends he’s making at CTU are invaluable to helping him transition from a military career to civilian life.
Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs recently hosted its first Inaugural “Serve It Forward” Award ceremony on Wednesday, August 20th.
Jacque Hobbs was medically discharged from the United States Army, but found comfort in the military friendly atmosphere at Colorado Technical University.
Colorado Technical University (CTU) today announced its call for applications for the school’s 2015 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Program.
When her husband left the Air Force, military wife Sharee Walls decided to return to college. Receiving one of CTU's Wounded Warrior Spouse Scholarships helped her work toward that goal.
After six deployments to the Middle East and 25 years in the Army National Guard, Scott Beaudry is fighting to reclaim his future as a civilian.
Finding love with a paraplegic veteran translated to new challenges – and a second shot at life – for Norma Boyd.
Understanding the unique needs of student veterans helps them transition to civilian life during and after school.
CTU SELECTED AS A TOP MILITARY-FRIENDLY SCHOOL IN MILITARY ADVANCED EDUCATION’S
2014 GUIDE TO MILITARY-FRIENDLY COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
From better salaries to second chances, there are plenty of reasons why veterans should return to the classroom.
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