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CTU Announces Recipients of 50 Full Scholarships for Wounded Warriors, Veterans and Spouses

  • November 07, 2011
  • News

Wounded active duty and veteran service members and spouses receive gift of education to support their transition and recovery

Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 7, 2011 – As Americans honor those who serve our country this Veterans Day, Colorado Technical University (CTU) is recognizing the sacrifices of 25 wounded active duty and veteran service members and 25 spouses of wounded service members with the gift of education.

CTU today announced the 50 recipients of the 2012 CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship and Wounded Warrior Spouse Scholarship programs. The scholarships cover the full cost of tuition, course materials and fees, as well as a new laptop computer.

The CTU Wounded Warrior Scholarship program is a partnership between CTU and the non-profit Yellow Ribbon Fund to offer educational assistance to wounded service members and wounded veterans who fought in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as spouses of wounded warriors. Since 2008, CTU has provided 200 scholarships worth nearly $4 million.