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University Safety

Colorado Technical University (CTU) is committed to ensuring a safe and secure environment that fosters positive experiences and academic growth for our students. From the physical safety at any CTU campus, to protection of sensitive personal and financial information, as well as to maintaining a community that is free from all forms of harassment. Protections via various policies have been put in place to safeguard our students throughout their academic journeys at CTU in addition to prevention and awareness campaigns and annual training opportunities for employees, faculty and students.

Information is provided to prospective students and employees as required by the U.S. Department of Education. This includes the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy, the Campus Crime Statistics Report, and information about Title IX and CTU’s Sexual Misconduct - Sexual Harassment Policy under Title IX.

Title IX Information

All students, faculty, and employees are encouraged to report incidents of sexual harassment including quid pro quo harassment, hostile environment harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking to the University Title IX Coordinator or designee at the contact information found below.

Title IX Coordinator Campus Title IX Contacts
Jaimie Aister
Jaister@coloradotech.edu
(224) 293-5963
4435 North Chestnut Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
- or -
231 N. Martingale Rd.
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Colorado Springs:
Email: CTUColoradoSprings_Title9Coordinator@coloradotech.edu
Denver South:
E-mail: CTUDenver_Title9Coordinator@coloradotech.edu
Campus Support Center:
E-mail: CTUOnline_Title9Coordinator@coloradotech.edu

Non-Discrimination Policy

CTU does not discriminate, or tolerate discrimination against any member of its community on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, age, religion, disability, pregnancy, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law in matters of admissions or in any aspect of the educational programs or activities it offers. Moreover, consistent with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), which prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities, the University prohibits sex discrimination and sexual harassment within its education programs and activities.

Title IX Training Materials

CTU is required to provide its training materials for review by students, employees, and other interested parties. Click here to review this information.

For additional resources, national hotlines and Colorado based supports related to Sexual Misconduct, please see below:

National

Colorado Springs Area

  • TESSA Colorado Springs (Main Office) 719-633-3819 (24 hour crisis line)*
    Provides immediate safety at a confidential Safehouse for women, children, and other victims escaping abuse; empowers survivors through programs and support such as Advocacy and Counseling; creates a safer future through Education and Outreach to schools, businesses and other organization. Individuals wishing to apply for a Temporary Restraining Order can do so through the TESSA main office.
  • Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) 303-839-9999*
    State-wide sexual assault resources
  • CSPD Victim Advocacy Unit 719-444-7777*
    Staff provide services including crisis counseling, personal victim advocacy, support for human trafficking victims, Victim Rights Act information, crisis intervention and followup support for victims, assistance with the application for victims’ compensation benefits, referrals to other community agencies and resources that assist victims, court support through the criminal justice process.
  • El Paso County Sheriff’s Victim’s Assistance Program 719-520-7272*
    The Unit response to victims of violent crime and/or their families, victims in crisis, and family survivors in cases of violent and sudden death.

Denver South Area

  • The Blue Bench (formerly the Rape Assistance and Awareness Program) Denver, CO (serves Denver, Jefferson, Douglas, Adams, Arapahoe, Elbert, Broomfield, Gilpin, and Lincoln Counties) 303-322-7273 (available 24/7) 303-329-0031 (Spanish) (available 24/7) 303-329-0023 (TTY) (available 24/7)*
    Provides 24-hour hotline; individual trauma therapy (on a donation basis) for survivors of sexual abuse; medical advocacy; legal advocacy; case management; group therapy; Spanish-speaking services
  • Wings Foundation Denver, CO (serves Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, El Paso, Gilpin, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Teller Counties) 303-238-8660 1-800-373-8671 (toll free)*
    Provides group support for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse; makes referrals to qualified therapists; Spanish-speaking services
  • Denver Victim Services & Assistance via the Denver Police Department.
    Special Projects Coordinator 720-913-6677 (Direct Line) 720-913-6035 (General Line)
  • The Center for Trauma and Resilience 24 Hour Hotline 303-894-800 (English) 303-718-8289 (Spanish)*
    Provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education. Services are also provided to those affected by crime and the resulting trauma, at no cost.
  • Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) Denver, CO 303-825-3850*
    Conducts forensic interviews of children who may have experienced sexual abuse or other child abuse or may have witnessed violence; provides victim advocacy for families
  • Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) 303-839-9999*
    State-wide sexual assault resources