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CTU to Award 50 Full Scholarships through 2015 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Program

Colorado Technical University (CTU) today announced its call for applications for the school’s 2015 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Program.

CTU Grad, Dr. Joshua Fry, Gives Commencement Address

Joshua Fry went after college education with gusto. He has earned his Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees - and his higher education has really impacted his life.

CTU Presents Best-Selling Author Keith Ferrazzi

Join us June 20 at 8pm MT for a live event with best-selling author Keith Ferrazzi. Ferrazzi is an authority on how to build powerful, lasting professional relationships.

How Homeland Security Careers are Increasingly Cyber-Centric

Homeland security involves many agencies across many disciplines, but it’s cybersecurity that’s poised to explode with job opportunities in the coming years.

12 Habits of Highly Successful CTU Students

Many online students follow a non-linear path to college. Cultivating strong habits can help these students make a successful transition to online school at CTU.

The New Role of IT Project Managers

Project managers across industries like healthcare, business, and finance use the same principles, but in the IT world, the demands are different.

Military Wife Sharee Walls Smiles through Challenges

When her husband left the Air Force, military wife Sharee Walls decided to return to college. Receiving one of CTU's Wounded Warrior Spouse Scholarships helped her work toward that goal.

Do the Mentally Ill Belong in Our Jails and Prisons?

The U.S. correctional system is not the appropriate place to deal with a person with mental health issues. The presence of inmates with mental health issues represents a huge problem for our nation’s prisons.

Laughing Matter: Why Humor Makes a Brilliant Teacher

Once among the most popular professors at her university, Dr. Bertice Berry stood out for her sense of humor. Here’s why she always goes for the laugh.

Undefeated: Why Cynthia Jackson Never Gave up on Her Degree

Despite health problems, domestic turmoil and spending seven years pursuing her bachelor’s degree at CTU, Cynthia Jackson lives by the notion that success means never giving up.

Against the Odds: One Woman’s Journey to Higher Education

After being told she wasn’t “college material,” Dr. Bertice Berry went on to earn her Ph.D. Here’s why she doesn’t take “no” for an answer.

When Disaster Strikes, Local Non-Profits Pitch In

When disaster strikes most look to FEMA or the American Red Cross, but there is also a  powerful force found within local non-profit organizations.

Military Veteran Fights for a Fresh Start in Higher Education

After six deployments to the Middle East and 25 years in the Army National Guard, Scott Beaudry is fighting to reclaim his future as a civilian.

Playing to Win: Jane McGonigal on Why Games Can Change Lives

If you think computer games are only for the lonely and teenaged, think again. According to Jane McGonigal, they have the power to change the world for the better.

Is a Career in Logistics Right for You?

The need for logistics professionals is on the rise due to an increasingly global economy. Could a logistics career be the perfect path for you?