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CACTUS-1: Mission Complete!



After a 7 year endeavor, Capitol Technology University is pleased to share with you the final report on our CACTUS-1 payload project, headed by professor Alex (Sandy) Antunes with a leadership team involving over 30 students througho

James Webb Space Telescope to Launch Dec. 24!



NASA confirmed that their decades-long initiative is ready for take-off: The James Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to launch on Friday, December 24 at 7:20 a.m. EST.

Capitol Tech and CollegeBound Partner to Bring Bright Future to Baltimore Students



On Wednesday, December 15th, Capitol Technology University signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CollegeBound Foundation (CollegeBound), an organizati

Dr. Mary Aiken Visits Capitol Technology University!



Capitol Technology University Leadership had the pleasure of receiving a visit on Wednesday, December 8th from Dr. Mary Aiken at the campus located in Laurel, MD.

Observatory Coming to Capitol Campus!



Capitol Technology University Astronautical Engineering (AE) program was recently awarded a grant by the Maryland Space Grant Consortium to establish the Asteroid Large aperture PHotometry exoplAnet transit (ALPHA) observatory, which will be located on the university campus.

Cyber Scholarship Program: Don't Miss This Prestigious Opportunity for Students



Picture this: a full scholarship package enabling you to complete your cybersecurity education without being hampered by financial burdens.

A Letter to Veterans from Jonathan Patrick



Veterans, It is a great honor for me to have the opportunity to address each of you. Our lives as military men and women are so vastly different from those of our friends and family in the civilian world.

Capitol Cyber Students Compete in CTF Hosted by SixGen



On the 15th and 16th of October, multiple students at Capitol Technology University competed in a Capture the Flag competition, hosted by SixGen labs.

Virtual Outreach Session with Springbrook High School



On the afternoon of October 9th, over a dozen Springbrook High School students participated in a virtual Cybersecurity Outreach session provided by Capitol Technology University students and staff at the October Brooks Codes Hackathon.