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In Memory of Gabriel A. Battista: Beloved Supporter of Capitol, its Students, and Education

The Capitol Technology University community is deeply saddened by the passing of Gabriel A. Battista, whose dedication to education inspired many at the University and around the world.

Capitol Tech Launches First Responders Undergraduate Scholarship Program

To honor the service of our nation’s first responders, Capitol Technology University has created a new scholarship to increase the access their children.

Capitol Tech. and Notre Dame of Maryland Pen MOU to Create Pathway to a Ph.D.

Capitol Technology University and Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) forged a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) allowing graduates of NDMU’s online M.S. in Analytics direct admission to Capitol’s online Ph.D. in Business Analytics and Data Science program.

Capitol Tech. Named to List of Best Online Colleges in Maryland for 2020

Capitol Technology University was recently named one of the top nine online degree-granting institutions in Maryland for 2020 by ValueColleges, an online company that provides rankings on higher education institutions across the United States through unbiased research.
SAME Partnership

Capitol Tech Celebrates the Centennial Anniversary of SAME

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), a partner of Capitol Technology University since 2018, is celebrating 100 years of initiating collaborative efforts to decrease infrastructure-related national security risks. Since 1920, SAME has worked to foster relationships between professionals in multiple sectors of national security including engineers, cybersecurity experts, and private and public organizations.

Prof. Butler visiting the Computer Science Faculty of AAB College in Kosovo

Prof. William Butler is paying a working visit to the Computer Science faculty of AAB College in Kosovo

Four of Capitol Tech's female students attended Technica

On Saturday November 9th, four of Capitol Technology University’s females attended an all-female and non-binary hackathon known as Technica.

Taking home 3rd in Parson’s Capture the Flag event

On Friday November 8th, 13 students from Capitol Technology University’s cyber department traveled to Parson to participate in Parson’s Capture the Flag (CTF) event.