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Colorado Technical University (CTU) is proud to announce a new Academic Alliance with the Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology.
CTU has received the Distance Education Innovation Award from the National University Technology Network (NUTN)– which acknowledges innovative programs that contribute to the field of education.
Colorado Technical University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ruth Tarantine as its university dean of nursing.
New degree at CTU hopes to train new generation of digital professionals.
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.
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.
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.
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 graduate, celebrated athlete, businesswoman, wife and mother will inspire students with her story of perseverance.
I’m an Everest student. What do I do next? CTU guides students affected by recent college closures involving Everest, Heald and WyoTech.
CTU’s own Chief Academic Officer and Provost, Dr. Connie Johnson, attended the 2nd Annual Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) Conference.
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.
Roger Henry, Information Technology student at Colorado Technical University (CTU) in Denver, spent more than 600 hours learning how to design a prosthetic shell attachment for Cleopatra the tortoise.
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.
CTU is among the first group of 44 colleges and universities to receive this new designation for its computer science and information technology programs based on the more rigorous selection criteria introduced in 2014.
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