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Tomorrow starts a Q&A with CTU President Andrew H. Hurst on Facebook! Be sure to join in. http://t.co/rrYr7wiNnc

Get ready for CTU’s next Q&A with special guest University President Andrew H. Hurst. Start thinking of what question you want to ask him tomorrow. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

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Are you gearing up to start school online in February? Get started successfully with these tips!

Are you gearing up to start school online in February? Get started successfully with these tips! http://t.co/kuo86Z2hyH

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