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A Few Words from CTU Student Senate President R. Abel Martinez

My title may be “Colorado Technical University Student Senate President,” but I see myself as more of a conductor. A conductor of people who make good things happen across campus and beyond—and I’m really stoked to lead the way.

CTU Student Puts Work Experience to the Test and Earns Course Credit

Tammy started online classes with CTU in 2010 and earned an Associate of Science in Business Administration, which she obtained in 2014. She is currently working toward a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Human Resource Management.

“Getting credit through Fast Track™ saved me money, but it also saved me time,” Tammy said. “I’m in a position to earn my bachelor’s degree in 2016, which would not have been possible without using Fast Track™.” By earning her degree quicker, Tammy will be able to apply for new management opportunities at her company sooner and meet some of her professional goals faster than she anticipated.   

Driven Veteran Pursues Degree at CTU

For Andrew R. Chavez, a recently-retired US Army Staff sergeant, joining the military was just the “right thing to do.” Enlisting immediately after he completed high school, Chavez served his country for nine years before critical injuries caused him to be medically retired from active duty. Chavez reflects positively on his time in the military, but knew that he had to push himself further.

Military Veteran Chooses CTU

After 20 years in the Army, eight years owning her own business, and a year of volunteer work in South Africa, Sandy Youngkrantz was looking for her next challenge. She decided to further her education and enrolled at Colorado Technical University, choosing to focus on a bachelor’s degree, CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security.  

How Craigslist Inspired a New Goal

Geoff Young was browsing job postings on Craigslist when inspiration struck and he decided to go to college.

CTU Student Looks to Help Community with Quadcopter Project

CTU Student Shahram Tabatabaei decided to take on the design and construction of a quadcopter as the final task of his electrical engineering program.

CTU’s Angela Cincis First to Graduate with National Guard Scholarship

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.

Olympian and World-Champion Skeleton Slider, Noelle Pikus Pace, to Speak at CTU Graduation

CTU graduate, celebrated athlete, businesswoman, wife and mother will inspire students with her story of perseverance.

Is an MBA Worth it for Mid-Career Change and Advancement?

Is an MBA Worth it for Mid-Career Change? Decide whether an MBA is worth it depending where you are in your career, based on today's job market.

Scholarship Motivates Student to Continue Education

For many people, the decision to return to school can seem daunting but Robert Netherton overcame that fear and is pursuing an education at CTU.

CTU Aurora Students Showcase Final Projects

Colorado Technical University students at the Aurora campus presented final class projects in the campus’s first ever Projects Showcase.

Military Transfer Credit Helps Accelerate Degree

College wasn’t new for Jarrad Jerome Davenport, a CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipient in 2014.

Tips on How to Pay for Your Education at CTU

Think a college degree is out of your reach? It might not be! Learn more about how to pay for your education at Colorado Technical University.

Military Students: How to Transfer Credit at Colorado Technical University

Colorado Technical University Director of Academic Evaluation, Jon Bottari advises on how military students can transfer credit at CTU

CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient, Master Sgt. Sean Rinder, USA, Ret.

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.