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CTU Alumnus and Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace on the Pursuit of Dreams

Olympian and CTU alumnus Noelle Pikus-Pace talks about life, education and the pursuit of dreams. Learn how she manages a busy lifestyle and achieves success.

What Drives Your Motivation?

Best-selling author and founder of Altimeter Group, Charlene Li, shares quick tips for staying motivated and inspired.

Beam (or Teleport) Yourself to Career Success with Captain Kirk

Who says TV and movies can’t be educational? Follow Captain Kirk’s lead and your life can become its own “Enterprise” as it soars toward a bright future.

Cybercrime: The 21st-Century Criminal Threat

Gone are the days of harmless computer geeks.  Cybercrime is one of today’s biggest criminal threats with major consequences for businesses and individuals alike.

How to Pay for College: See How Financial Aid Works

Does financing your education feel daunting? Here's a quick overview of what to expect, designed to help you navigate the process with confidence.

Learning gets personal: Transforming the one-size-fits-all approach to higher education

As an innovator in online learning, CTU has discovered that personalizing the learning experience can enhance student success.

D.M. or Ph.D.? When Making the Choice, Details Matter

When it comes to choosing the best doctoral program for your future goals, you have a lot of choices. Here are some tips to help you make the right choice.

What Fantasy Football Teaches You about Successful Interviewing

The same strategies used to win fantasy football games can be used to help you have a successful interview for your next job.

Colorado Springs Light the Night Walk

Join us Thursday, September 19, 2013, for the annual Colorado Springs Light the Night Walk.

Horizontal Violence: Nursing’s Rite of Passage or Shameful Behavior?

Getting a nursing degree doesn’t guarantee acceptance by the community. The ritualistic horizontal violence among nurses is a real problem that demands solutions.

Customs and Border Protection: Rooted in Nation’s First Congress

An evolving agency, Customs and Border Protection covers more than roaming lonely stretches of borderland.  It protects our airports and seaports too.

D.M. or Ph.D.? Succeeding Beyond The Choice

Choosing the best degree program to pursue is a tough choice, but it’s the actions you take after you earn the degree that truly makes you successful.

Veracity: It’s More Than a Word

CTU (formerly SBC) alumni and health care entrepreneur, Martha Kelso, shares her insight on veracity at the recent CTU Kansas City Commencement.

There’s No Shame in Failing

Best-selling author and founder of Altimeter Group Charlene Li shares her advice for achieving success by standing out and not being afraid to fail in the process.

Syria: Why Its Future Matters to More than the Middle East

Rife with conflict, Syria has shocked the world with its bloody civil war, and its volatile position in the Middle East has everyone wondering what’s next.