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Classes start April 4, 2023 *
*Start dates may vary by program and location.
CTU Welcomes U.S. Army Students
Colorado Technical University proudly supports U.S. Army Students. We are committed to serving you with the same integrity with which you serve your country. Your mission is to protect America's freedoms at home and abroad. Our mission is to provide you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to turn tomorrow's challenges into opportunities. CTU Army ROTC offers Army leadership training and a path to earn a commission in the Army.
Whether you are focused on advancing your career in the Army or preparing for a future in the civilian job market, CTU is positioned to serve you with career-focused education.
Army Tuition Assistance
Tuition Assistance offers active duty Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard (officers, warrant officers and enlisted members) assistance in support of a soldier’s professional and personal self-development goals. Benefits are available to eligible active duty soldiers pursuing a college degree, high school diploma or certificate programs. The Army will pay 100% of tuition costs up to the Department of Defense semester hour cap of $250 per semester hour for up to 16 semester hours of TA funded courses per fiscal year.
Joint Services Transcript
You may have completed correspondence courses or other training that can be evaluated for college credit.* To initiate the evaluation process with CTU, request copies of your military transcripts by going to the Joint Services Transcript website** at https://jst.doded.mil/smart/welcome.do
* Transfer credit is evaluated on an individual basis. Not all credits eligible to transfer. See the University Catalog for transfer credit policies.
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