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  • CTU’s Commitment to Military Students: 2019 Patriot Scholarship Recipients

    CTU recognizes the sacrifice and commitment required of military servicemembers and their families. Each year, 50 full-tuition scholarships are awarded to deserving wounded military members, spouses, caregivers or dependents. To date, CTU has awarded nearly $10.5 million in scholarships to the military community. Please join us in congratulating the 2019 Patriot Scholarship recipients!
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  • Colorado Technical University Honored as a 2018 Purple Heart University

    The Purple Heart is our nation’s oldest military award, introduced as the “Badge of Military Merit” by then General George Washington in 1782. It is one of the most respected medals that a U.S. military member can receive. Individuals who have received this award are honored nationally each year on August 7th, formally known as Purple Heart Day.
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  • How to Learn From Your Mistakes

    It’s been said that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert in almost any field. Making mistakes during these 10,000 hours is inevitable and is just a part of the learning process, especially as a student. Here are a few ways to help you move forward and make the best of your blunders.
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  • Think Outside the Coffee Shop: Top Places to Study

    Making time to study for your online education can be a lonely endeavor, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t be afraid to think outside of the coffee shop! Pack up your belongings and explore some of the top places to study or work remotely for your online schooling.
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  • Writing a Stand Out Resume

    Your resume is essentially a window to your personal brand. Keep it simple, be creative, thoughtful, and concise. A clean design or format and crisp, concise writing are important. Make your resume stand out by using these tips.
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  • How to Beat Writer’s Block

    Writer’s block can get the best of even the most creative student. From changing your environment to listening to music, there are many inspiring ways to beat a writer’s worst foe and produce quality work.
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  • Derreck Kayongo to Challenge Students to Value Error and Adversity at CTU’s 2018 Commencement Ceremony

    Derreck Kayongo has been chosen to give the address at CTU’s 2018 commencement ceremony, which will be held in the Bellco Theatre at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. While known for his emotionally-packed presentations and humanitarian messages, Dr. Kayogo was also invited to address CTU students and their supporters for his unwavering commitment to education over results.
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  • Nurses Week: Influencing the Nursing Profession

    To be influential, nurses must view themselves as professionals with the capacity and responsibility to influence not only new staff and nursing students but also the current and future healthcare delivery systems. If there is one nurse who upholds the quality of care, it’s Dr. Ruth Tarantine, Dean of Nursing at CTU.
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  • Nurses Week: Innovative Care Through “The Right Stuff”

    For Nurses Week, our second blog of the series focuses on the “Innovate” portion of the 2018 event theme. Leadership theories help guide problem-solving and contribute to evidence-based health care practices. The application of methods associated with leading creates a foundation for nurses to begin addressing critical questions in innovative ways.
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