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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2005

I tried to attend this school because they said there were allowances for active duty military and understood their schedules when it came to submitting assignments late.. This was a straight up lie from one of the counselors (SALESMAN). They do not counsel and will forget about you after you attend a class. If you decide to drop out they will be all over you. I was told that they would submit the paperwork in order for me to us the G.I. Bill, but they submitted everything as a student loan after i specified no loans at all. Run from this school. If they will lie to vets and active Duty they will lie to anyone.

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Degree: Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism
Graduation Year: 2018

I would not recommend this school I started this school in Aug 16th 2015 and this school is so uncoordinated when it comes to your documents and your previous schools the advisor DID NOT tell me that my private school was not accepted from where I graduated from and I asked her serveral times because I kept getting messages from the Resigtors about missing my highschool diompla when I sent it to them over 20 times and every time I asked my so called advisor about it she would always say they move slow , a slow process , they are going to come around to it and the advisor use to call once a week and then I didn't hear from her going on about 2 months and I was at this school for 4 months and then a few days ago they kicked me out because of my missing documents which that I sent over 20 times , So if you go to a private school or homeschool BEWARE because I wasted 4 months of my life with this school and earned 13 credits which I'll probably will never receive... and the people that work for financial aid for them are rude and stuck up and plus all their degree programs are expensive so don't expect financial aid check to come in the mail it will be all used up for the programs they choose for you.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2015

The degree plan is overall a pretty sad state of affairs, not only do I feel let down I truly have no ideal what accounting is. We really never did any accounting procedures throughout. The first sentence when the school answers is that students come first, this is another untruth I am a 4.0 student and have been for every quarter and yet they allow Professors to harass students with no regards to the student. I will never support any student that has made the decision to attend CTU! I will do everything in my power to sway them not to attend and throw thei money and hard work away as far as I can tell money comes first not the student!!!!!

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

This was a great school. The teachers give you real problems that oyu might deal with in that job field. I thin kit was a great school and that more people should go to a great hands on school

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Degree: Health/Health Care Administration/Management
Graduation Year: 2015

At the end of my degree program. They messed up my schedule adding a class that turned out I did not need. Charge tuition and received funds. Then dropped me from the class after add and drop period which made me owe them. Avoid if possible. Money is what they about every one can not graduate with honors.

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Degree: Industrial Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2012

Colorado Technical University is nothing but a joke, they only care about your money, because you will learn nothing, take my advice and keep your money to yourself instead of wasting on this crappy school, I call it the paper mill, just buy a degree somewhere online for a few bucks would be equal if not better than CTI degree, because you will absolutely learn nothing from CTI degree, matter of fact you might loose some knowledge where buy an online degree you would not loose anything.

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Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2015

I really enjoyed and had very few problems at Colorado Technical University. I have to admit that I work full time and in order to complete school I had to sacrifice much of my personal time. I plan on pursuing an advanced degree and probably will choose CTU although I would have been accepted at many other colleges throughout the nation. The instructors I had for the most part always responded within a short period of time with many being contacted by phone. The overall classes were challenging and I have been able to apply much of what I have been learning to my current job and personal life. I do recommend CTU and believe you will get out of it what you put in to it. I graduated August of 2015 with a 3.91 GPA and am thankful to God for much of the experiences I had through the college.

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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2014

The academic work was rigorous, but rewarding. I learned about several new concepts, theories, statistics and resources. The school challenged me, supported me and provided an educational environment that allowed me to accomplish my goals in life. Colorado Technical University gave me a platform for success.

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Degree: Accounting and Finance
Graduation Year: 2013

Colorado Tech was an excellent way to earn my degree while continuing to work a 50 hour a week construction job. The CTU instructors were interesting, insightful and always ready to help when needed. After graduation I received three opportunities and selected an employer and a career path that was worth the hard work. You get out of life what you put in.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2015

After completing my Associates degree with another university earlier this year, I wanted to look at different universities to try and complete my Bachelor's degree as fast as possible while still learning all the necessities in the programming world. After reviewing CTU's fast track program and career pace courses, it looked like an obvious choice to apply. After several phone calls with admissions I discovered that the online courses required group projects that could not be described, except that a large portion of your grade still depended on other people in the group. For an online course, for working people, this automatically requires a larger portion of time to be dedicated to the program. After explaining my concern(time), with my admissions representative, I respectfully informed her that I was going to withdraw and move forward with another university. The following week a different admissions representative called me and had to point out that the other rep had only worked there for two weeks and she was more experienced(15 years). After explaining all the details to the "new" admissions rep she responded with false information about the university I planned on attending and repeatedly questioned there integrity to try and persuade me to go to CTU. Not knowing that I had graduated from the other university earlier this year, and had a working knowledge of how the university operated, I immediately began to question how CTU allows admissions reps to lie to future students about other universities, and repeatedly question there integrity to convince students to attend Colorado Tech. Even after finally convincing the rep that I was not going to CTU, and was supposedly labeled as "cancelled", emails and text messages were still sent. VERY BAD business ethics.

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