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Capitol Tech named 2021 Educator Ally of the Year

Capitol Technology University was named Inteligenca’s Educator Ally of the Year (AYA) for 2021, a prestigious title that recognizes the university’s efforts to educate the technology community on gender equality issues and support women in technology.

CMMC Center of Excellence Announces MOU & Engagement Agreement with Capitol Technology University

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Center of Excellence (CMMC-COE), hosted by the Information Technology Acquisition Advisory Council (IT-AAC), a public-private partnership serving the public and private sectors for more than 15 years, is proud to announce a Memorandum of Understanding & Engagement Agreement with Capitol Technology University.

Capitol Tech Chosen by NSA to Lead the Region’s Cybersecurity Programs

Capitol Technology University has been awarded a two-year grant from NSA to lead the National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) Northeast Regional Hub, which includes 14 states, the District of Columbia, and hundreds of institutions offering cybersecurity programs. This distinction bestowed to the university echoes the importance of the university’s longstanding dedication to cybersecurity education, active leadership roles within the region, and ever-expanding global reach.

Capitol Tech Thanks Our Veterans for Their Service

Dear active duty military personnel, retirees, and veterans, Thank you for your service. On behalf of Capitol Technology University, we appreciate your willingness to serve our nation proudly.

November is Critical Infrastructure Security Month

Yesterday, November 1st, 2020, marked the first day of National Critical Infrastructure Security Month. Championed by the Critical Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), November is dedicated to celebrating and bringing awareness to the 16 sectors of critical infrastructure (CI), without which our nation would not function.

New Cybersecurity Webinars Hosted by Capitol Tech, the NSA, and Maryland’s Cyber-Focused Community Colleges

In celebration of National Cyber Awareness Month, the National Security Agency (NSA), Capitol Technology University (Capitol Tech), Anne Arundel Community College (AACC), Frederick Community College (FCC), and Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) have partnered to create a cyber lecture series, titled “Cyber Challenges in the Pandemic,” focused on informing high school and college students on the importance of cyber security, hygiene, and preparedness.

Capitol Tech Celebrates Careers in Construction Month

​​​​​​​In accordance with the proclamation of October as Careers in Construction Month by Governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan, Capitol Technology University has pledged to celebrate by bringing awareness to the many job opportunities in one of the United States’ largest industries.

2020 Cyber Awareness Poster Contest

Are you a cybersecurity expert? Or a cybersecurity expert in the making? If you have a passion for cybersecurity and are a current Capitol Technology University student, enter this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month Poster Contest!

Welcome back students and…

…the Capitol Tech Charger! No one knows when or why he left, but we’re surely glad our official mascot is back! The Charger, our mysterious yet fearsome and noble-steed, returned to lead Capitol Tech’s charge toward the future.

Capitol Tech and NDU Renew MOU to Increase Information and Cyberspace Leaders

On August 20, Capitol Technology University and the National Defense University (NDU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to renew an existing MOU between the two distinguished STEM focused institutions. A virtual signing ceremony was held via Zoom on August 20th between leaders from Capitol Tech and NDU. Click here to view the ceremony.