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Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers visited Susan Kuiper’s public administration class and encouraged students to find meaning in their work and leave a legacy.
CTU’s Dr. Connie Johnson, Chief Academic Officer and Provost, spoke at the VA-ACME conference earlier this year on adaptive learning and CTU Fast Track™ exams and how they can be beneficial for military students.
Going back to school after starting a career can be challenging as you readjust to academic life. Here are seven tips to make the transition smoother.
We’ve prepared a guide to help you survive Black Friday while keeping your schoolwork in mind.
In this blog, we’ll provide some awesome tips designed to help you balance Thanksgiving fun and your studies.
What is accreditation and why is finding a CCNE-accredited nursing school important? We outline the benefits, goals, and requirements of accreditation.
Image-based language can have significant benefits for anyone attempting to accomplish goals professionally or educationally.
When Hurricane Katrina struck, Danielle Cunningham’s life turned upside down. Today, college is helping her pave the way to her dreams.
Finding time to fit education into a busy schedule is just one of the many challenges students face when deciding to pursue their education goals. CTU Career Services is pleased to present this one-hour Open House focused on helping students to overcome these challenges and discover the power of earning a college degree.
On October 17, Adjunct Professor Dr. Tonya Henderson ushered CTU into the TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design) community when she delivered her thought-provoking and engaging talk on “spotting patterns in organizational life and in society and creating patterns on purpose to make the world a better place.”
Hundreds of guests descended on CTU’s Colorado Springs campus to celebrate Halloween with food, fun, and costumes!
Rebecca Rouse currently teaches numerous classes at CTU, both online and in the classroom in Colorado Springs. Her doctoral dissertation, “A Descriptive Study of Current Master’s-Level Homeland Security Education Programs,” is currently in review for publication.
On Friday, October 16, 2015, Colorado Technical University gathered with local community and military leaders at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs for a special evening benefitting the Home Front Cares military charity. As the title sponsor of this year’s annual dinner, “For The Love of Our Troops XI”, CTU was proud to welcome keynote speaker, Taya Kyle, wife of “American Sniper”/SEAL Chris Kyle, which drew a sell-out crowd of over 1,100 guests.
On this Veterans Day, Colorado Technical University (CTU) is proud to announce its 2016 Wounded Warrior Scholarship recipients. Fifty active duty military service members, veterans, military spouses, and – for the first time this year – caregivers of wounded warriors are honored for their service with a new opportunity to pursue higher education.
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