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Today 5-8pm is out free Boo at CTU event! Join us in #COSprings for candy, cider and game. Details: http://t.co/Wj04d6i53U

Come say hi to us at the JAX Air Show on the 25th and 26th. We will have a booth there and would love to connect with our students. Oh, and stick around for the Blue Angels and a ton of other incredible performers. #CTUmilitary

RT @jwalker719: CTU Proud!! @ctuniversity @robertcohrs7 http://t.co/jg5DoRzcX9

CTU professor Dr. Casey Reason has come out with a new book geared towards educational leaders interested in learning about the transition schools are facing today as digital natives become the majority. Find out more about his book "Stop Leading Like it's Yesterday: Key Concepts for Shaping Today's School Culture" at the link below.

CTU Colorado Springs Campus Hosts Successful Career Fair
Colorado Technical University's Colorado Springs Campus could not have asked for a better autumn day for a successful Career Fair....

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@MrsMcKittrick2U That's great! What is your ideal job you want after getting your degree?

At our Colorado Springs career fair we kicked off a month long campaign asking you, our students and faculty, to sign a banner congratulating our Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients. Be sure to take a few minutes when you are on campus to share your message with our soon-to-be-announced Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients.

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