Colorado Technical University - Online Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

2.73 out of 5 stars
(29 Reviews)
  • Colorado Springs (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
55% of 29 students said this degree improved their career prospects
48% of 29 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.3 out of 5 stars
Katie - 3/25/2014
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2015
"CTU "A place where students come first" this could be the furthest thing from the truth. I have been attending this school for about two years now, the only reason why I am continuing is because my credits won't transfer elsewhere. All this school system seems to care about is when they will get your money. Never once have I had a instructor actually check in as to how I am doing or if I have any questions. The only phone calls or emails I get is that I have a payment due or a payment that will be due soon. I do no recommend this school to anyone looking for a good experience or looking to get any positive feedback from any of the faculty. Every time I call technical services I get some rude man or women who only seems like they want to leave. I refuse to call anymore because of the attitudes I receive on the other end of the phone."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 9/23/2013
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2013
"So, after looking over all of these reviews, it has made me somewhat upset. I started going to CTU because I had a lot of my military friends tell me how great it is. I, myself, can say that it is a school that you will get what you put into it. First, I would like to start with the schedule. I believe that CTU has one of the best schedules out there. Being in the military, and now working for the Department of Veterans Affairs, I do not have a lot of time to partake in getting my education. I have made it a point to sit down throughout the week and on certain days I am not to be bothered so I can do school work. People always come to me and ask me how I do the schoolwork while I work full time, have a wife and 2 kids, and I am a fulltime student. It is easy, really, it is called dedication. Here is the thing, there are people out there that will bitch and moan over anything. If you do your research on any school and the schedules you will be attempting to follow, you will be sadly dissapointed going somewhere else. Last of all, if you do not like what one of the professors teaches or the way they grade, you can always appeal it with the school board. Do not be afraid to do so, it is every students given right. Last of all, I went to a brick and mortar school. It was god awful dealing with 18-22 year old kids, especially right after I got back from serving over seas on 2 deployments to Iraq. You will never find such a helpful staff that is willing to get you into the school, and that wants to see you succeed in lifes every day endeavors. Enjoy going to this school while you can, this is the most efficient way to get your degree while working and having a family."