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Interview: Dr. Bradford L. Sims, President

Dr. Bradford L. Sims became the eighth president of Capitol Technology University on June 1, 2017.

Davis inspires Capitol graduates with story of resilience

“Be persistent in the pursuit of your purpose, whatever that may be, and understand that no one can burn down your dreams.  No one at all can take anything away from you that relates to your passion and purpose,”

NASA's Jerry Davis to be commencement speaker at Capitol Technology University

NOTE: A live feed will be available for remote viewing of the commencement ceremony at Capitol.

Capitol Technology University Announces New President

Capitol Technology University's Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Bradford L. Sims as the university's eighth president, following a nationwide search process. He succeeds Dr. Michael T.

Capitol officially launches Space Flight Operations Training Center

A new era in astronautical engineering education was inaugurated on Tuesday (April 11), as Capitol Technology University officially unveiled its new S

James Webb Space Telescope team includes Capitol alums, students

As NASA prepares for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope – a major development that is expected to dramatically enhance our understanding of the cosmos – several Capitol alumni and current students are part of the team.

Capitol engineering students innovate to address climate change

From appliances to computers, engineers have fashioned the world in which we live and work.

December is projected launch date for Cactus-1 CubeSat

Student engineers at Capitol are preparing for a major milestone: December has been slated for launching the Cactus-1 CubeSat, developed by a pair of student teams under the mentorship of university faculty.

ITT Tech students: you can complete your education at Capitol!

When ITT Tech locked its doors on September 7, thousands of students found themselves scrambling for options. Capitol Technology University is here to help.

OnlineU lauds affordability of graduate programs at Capitol

Affordability, quality and career relevance: these are three touchstones for nearly anyone considering a master’s degree in today’s academic environment.