“If luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity, you are the luckiest people alive,” former MD lieutenant governor Michael Steele told Capitol Technology University graduates in his commencement address Saturday (May 14th).
Michael Steele to speak at Capitol Commencement
Former Maryland lieutenant governor Michael S.
Tournament golfers sink putts for a great cause
For the second year in a row, golfers of all ages came together at the Capitol College Scholarship Golf Tournament held on June 12, 2009, to play a round in support of the college’s scholarship fund.
Capitol’s Largest Ever Golf Tournament Raises Money for Scholarships
On Thursday, Sept. 29, friends, students and benefactors of the Capitol community gathered at Glenn Dale Golf Club for the Fourth Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament.
Capitol Community Gathers at 5th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament
On Friday, Sept. 21, members of the Capitol College community and dozens of benefactors gathered at Glenn Dale Country Club in Glenn Dale, Md., for the 5th Annual Scholarship Tournament.
Alex Davis '15: Making tech dreams a reality
When Alex Davis was high school senior, a representative from a small college in Laurel came and talked to students about how they could obtain the skills and education they needed to land a job at one of the large government agencies or
Capitol inaugurates new laboratory for ICAM training
Capitol Technology University’s newest lab, dedicated to the expanding field of identity credentialing and access management, was officially inaugurated on Friday, March 11 with a dedication ceremony at the university’s Beltsville campus
Alumni Profile: Ken Kassing '03
With organizations facing an ever-increasing barrage of threats to their digital assets, the need for robust security solutions has never been greater – and Capitol alumnus Ken Kassing is on the front lines of that effort.
Alumni Profile: Dionnah Weiss ‘14
Capitol Technology University is a small school, with a close-knit feel – the kind of place where students have real, meaningful interactions with their professors and mentors.
Alumni Profile: Adam Meyer
When the existing ways of doing things aren’t yielding the desired results, find a better way.