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Spring Fund Drive 2009: How YOU can support Capitol



The 2009 Spring Fund Drive is now underway. Your gifts directly support our students through scholarship, student organizations, and advanced technology.

Capitol hosts DojoSec Monthly Briefings



Capitol College, in conjunction with Sun Tzu Data, LLC, will host DojoSec Monthly Briefings, a series of events focusing on information security topics held the first Thursday of every month in the Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Auditorium, fea

NASA Provides Two Scholarship Opportunities



Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology

CCBC Articulation Agreement



Executives and members of academic departments from Capitol College and the Community College of Baltimore County attended a signing ceremony in early October to pen the second articulation agreement between the colleges.

Capitol College featured on Government Security News



Ken Crockett, Capitol's Interim Dean of Information and Business Management, speaks out on GSN about the degree opportunities that Capitol offers in the realm of cyber security and information assurance.

Website Redesign



The Marketing and Communications Office is pleased to announce that the redesign of Capitol's website, to be launched in the spring of 2009, will soon be an accurate reflection of the Capitol family's dynamic personality, the excellent e

Dr. Ron Martin Speaks at ASIS Ghana Security Conference

The American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) Chapter 278 is holding their annual Africa Security Conference from July 27th-29th in Accra, Ghana. Capitol Tech Professor of Practice Dr. Ron Martin is in attendance virtually to present two lectures, one on ASIS Chapter leadership, and one on Government and Private Security Partnerships (U.S. Critical Infrastructure). Dr. Martin’s lectures during the 2022 conference serve as follow-up presentations from security talks he gave in Nigeria in 2016 and 2017. The theme of the 2022 conference is “Private Security and its Role in Government and Business in Africa.”

Capitol Tech Partners with Blacks in Cybersecurity

This month, Capitol Technology University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Blacks in Cybersecurity (BIC), an organization that highlights and elevates the Black community in Cybersecurity.

WiCyS CIC Kickoff Draws 250+ Women to a New Community for Cyber Critical Infrastructure

Students Kick Off the New Semester with Cyber Lab Opening Event

The cybersecurity department held its annual open house event in the McGowan building's Cyber Lab on Friday, September 10.