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Staying consistent through your education is important to success. #CTUstrong

Last week members of CTU’s and Excelsior College’s academic leadership joined forces to collaborate on ways to make education better for motivated learners. CTU continues to work with others in the educational community so that you may have the best experience possible. Picture includes CTU’s President Andrew H. Hurst and Provost Dr. Connie Johnson, also Excelsior’s Provost Mary Beth Hanner, VP of Extended Education Chris Montagnino, and VP of Strategy & Institutional Effectiveness Susan O'Hern.

RT @Hubert_edu: Check out this ad by @ctuniversity. Its theme is on a @LinkedIn profile for a student.

Learning the ropes of CTU and taking your first class can be a lot. Orientation gives you the skills to find your way around our virtual campus so you can focus on your class on day 1 of the session. Other students, how did orientation help you prepare for your first class? #CTUstrong

RT @bootlunatic: I am officially a college student again! Woohoo!! BS in Criminal Justice, here I come!! #CTUStrong

We have focus groups approaching which need you, our students! Join us and help us improve the CTU experience. We will provide a small thank you for your time and energy, but space is limited, so please RSVP to Student Services by Monday at noon. Event Info Session One: Monday, August 3, 2015 Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm Colorado Technical University, Room 424 3151 South Vaughn Way Aurora, CO 80014 Session Two: Tuesday, August 4, 2015 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Colorado Technical University, Room 424 3151 South Vaughn Way Aurora, CO 80014 Student Services 303.632.2375

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