Discover The CTU Experience
At CTU, we know there is more to life than earning a degree. That’s why our programs are structured to meet students where they are.
Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Cyrell Johnson founded the Student Veterans Organization at Colorado Technical University to draw out other veterans like him.
A lesson from entrepreneur Gene Landrum, Ph.D., proving that pursuing the unconventional path - despite what others tell you to do - has its rewards.
Richard Holloway started his career as a trial lawyer, but found his true passion when he started teaching and hasn’t left the classroom since.
Former NYC video producer, Nora Pugliese, knows how hard it is to make the leap to a new career path, but she also knows its rewards.
Unprepared and anxious –these are often familiar feelings during meetings. A CTU education confidently prepares you for life’s important meetings.
Fainting – one of our worst fears during interviewing. Your education at Colorado Technical University can confidently prepare you for life’s important meetings.
A thought leader is one whose expertise is authoritative in his respective field. See why CTU’s reach and influence fall in the same category.
Hugo Villegas was a successful CEO in Bolivia when he was kidnapped and held by terrorists for ransom. When he emerged, he developed his passion for education.
Information technology (IT) is a growing industry. To stay on top of industry trends, you’ll need to proactively act on opportunities.
An average grade earner in high school, Tonya found her dream come true excelling in college writing. She found confidence through higher education.
CTU alumna Noelle Pikus-Pace graduated with her MBA from CTU in 2007 and won a silver medal in the skeleton event at the 2014 Sochi winter Olympics.
For the aspiring entrepreneur, experienced entrepreneur and business faculty member Dr. Emad Rahim shares his advice.
Chuck E. Cheese restaurant concept creator Gene Landrum, Ph.D., makes the point that an entrepreneur may face the expectation of getting a ‘real’ job.
Dr. Gene Landrum describes how he got involved with developing the Chuck E. Cheese restaurant business - even with no food service experience.
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