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8 beliefs to help you avoid procrastination and achieve your goals. http://t.co/SYixN1kqqb

Chances are if you’ve taken accounting courses at Colorado Technical University, you might have come across Adjunct Instructor Tommy Offill. Instructor Offill began teaching at CTU in August of 2005 and, over the years, has taught Accounting I, Accounting II, Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, and Management Accounting. “When a student says they enjoy my class it brings a smile to my face because I know I’ve made a difference and impact on their lives,” he said.

Interested in healthcare? See which degree type is right for you. http://t.co/nJorvUt4n0

CTU recently won “Most Traditional Gingerbread House” at the 2014 Annual Gingerbread Luncheon at the Colorado Springs Marriott. Admissions advisors, Emma Dahlman and (Ming-Jen) Michelle Chen, designed it. Wanda Ernst, Sandra Canderlaria, Maryann Ring, Brittany Davidson and (Ming-Jen) Michelle Chen represented CTU at the luncheon. Do you have a gingerbread house? We'd love to see it in the comments below!

@fefe2425 That's great. What drew you to that program?

After serving in the Navy and while she was home taking care of her young son, Marie decided it was the right time to return to school for her MBA. After exploring the educational options available in the Denver metropolitan area, she chose Colorado Technical University because CTU fulfilled her needs for flexibility, small class sizes and real-world faculty. Read her #CTUalumni story here: http://bit.ly/1GIgU8U

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