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Military Wife Sharee Walls Smiles through Challenges

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.

Military Veteran Fights for a Fresh Start in Higher Education

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.

Taking a Second Chance on Happiness

Finding love with a paraplegic veteran translated to new challenges – and a second shot at life – for Norma Boyd.

CTU’s Dr. Steve Staley Works for Student Veteran Success

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 MAE's 2014 Guide

CTU SELECTED AS A TOP MILITARY-FRIENDLY SCHOOL IN MILITARY ADVANCED EDUCATION’S
2014 GUIDE TO MILITARY-FRIENDLY COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

Four Reasons Why Education Is a Smart Next Step for Veterans

From better salaries to second chances, there are plenty of reasons why veterans should return to the classroom.

Colorado Technical University Ranks Among Top 20 on Military Times’ “Best of Vets” Online and Nontraditional Colleges

CTU Ranks Among Top 20 on Military Times’ “Best of Vets” Online and Nontraditional Colleges

Colorado Technical University Achieves New Milestone in Decades-Long Commitment to U.S. Military

Provides 300 scholarships worth nearly $6.5 million since 2008

CTU Receives Military Honor for Fifth Year in a Row

CTU is honored to be recognized as a Military Friendly School® by G.I. Jobs Magazine for the fifth time.

Financial Assistance for Service Members and Veterans

Are you a veteran or service member seeking financial assistance for your education? Read on for financial and other resources that may be available to you.

From Special Forces to the Contemporary Classroom, CTU Keeps Soldiers on Their Toes

“I just didn’t feel like I fit in, I just didn’t like it much,” he said, in regard to his learning stint at a branch of a large public university. After four years in the military, he felt he had gained the equivalent of eight years of maturity. It turns out, when one is working in psychological operations under the U.S. Army Special Forces unit in Iraq, as Staff Sgt. Perez had done, one matures pretty quickly.

Announcing the CTU 2013 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Program Recipients

As Americans honor those who serve our country this Veterans Day, at Colorado Technical University, we’re recognizing the sacrifices of 25 wounded active duty and veteran service members and 25 spouses of wounded service members with the gift of education.

Serving Those Who Serve

We in the United States enjoy a freedom and prosperity that is uncommon in the world today. We owe gratitude to the men and women in uniform, past and present, who have secured our liberty and way of life.

15 Indicators of a Military Friendly School

A Military friendly school is defined by the choices or actions it makes to support military, veteran or spouse students. These actions become an important indicator of what you should expect from the school as a service-member or veteran.

Preparing for Disaster: Exercise Angel Thunder 2013

I recently returned from a planning conference associated with Exercise Angel Thunder 2013. AT-13, and its Defense Support of Civil Authorities segment (Resolute Angel) are played on an 18-month cycle to exercise local, state, federal, and multinational civil and military agencies in disaster response and – particularly for the military forces – personnel recovery in simulated earthquake and combat scenarios.