Alumni Association

Your connection to Capitol Tech is lifelong. Capitol Tech alumni automatically become members of the association and are entitled to participate in various activities and enjoy special benefits.


The mission of the Capitol Technology University Alumni Association is to support and promote the University through advocacy, community outreach, education, and philanthropic activities.

The Association serves as a forum for communication and an essential knowledge-base. Capitol Tech’s alumni are vital to helping the University matriculate a diverse body of students, and to establish the University’s reputation as a leader in the creative use of technology in education and training.


The Alumni Council is the leadership body that supports the mission of the Alumni Association. Council members oversee the activities of the Association and its committees. If you are a graduate of Capitol Technology University, you are already a member of the Alumni Association.

For more information or to learn about becoming a committee member or an Alumni Council member, contact Capitol Alumni Relations Staff.


  • President - Mark Fearer, ‘20 

Members at Large

  • Allen Exner, BS '89

  • Jon Isaacson, MS

  • Ken Kassing, BS '03

  • Nicole Patton, BS '07

  • Andrew Mehri, BS '00, MS '03, MBA '06

  • Nagi Mei, DSc '18

  • Amie Seisay, MS '11

  • Charles Vergers, BS '68 

Members Emeritus

  • Charles Vergers  

  • Ken Kassing  

  • Allen Exner  

Capitol Technology University Alumni Association Mission, By-Laws, and Alumni Council Statement of Agreement