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Join the Launch of the Women in CyberSecurity Critical Infrastructure Community, Supported by Capitol

The newly launched, Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) Critical Infrastructure Community (CIC), will host its first event, “Cocktails & Conversation” on August 19. The event will allow participants to join this bustling community at the ground-floor.

Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) Launches First Industry Community Affiliate, the WiCyS Critical Infrastructure Community

Recognizing the essential nature of CyberSecurity in critical infrastructure, Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) announces the creation of our first industry community, the WiCyS Critical Infrastructure Community. 

Safely Securing Your Future

Dear Campus Community,

As summer is nearing its end, our excitement is growing at Capitol Technology University. We look forward to officially welcoming our new and returning students!

Capitol Tech Partners with Black Girls CODE

This month, Capitol Technology University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the District of Columbia chapter of Black Girls CODE, an organization that support girls’ involvement in STEM fields. In addition to this partnership, Capitol Tech is hosting a Black Girls CODE Cyber Event on June 25. 

Capitol Tech Pens MOU with Aerospace Village, to Collaborate on DEFCON 28 and Beyond

Capitol Technology University and Aerospace Village, a fellow non-profit organization of dedicated researchers in all aspects of aerospace security, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a mentorship program and collaborate during DEFCON 28 on August 6-9, 2020.

Supporting Racial Equality: A Message to the Community 

Capitol Technology University strives to provide access, opportunity, and success to students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds by fostering an inclusive campus environment. Recent events which displayed racial injustice have deeply affected members of our campus community from all races, nationalities, genders, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic strata.  

In Memory of Dr. H. Judith Jarrell: Eternal Supporter and Pillar of the Capitol Tech Community 

It is with profound sorrow that Capitol Technology University announces the passing of Dr. H. Judith Jarrell, an eternal supporter of the university and pillar of this community.

Letter from President Sims - Moving Forward

Congratulations to everyone for a successful spring semester! While we look toward a future in which we know COVID-19 will remain a reality, we reflect on the lessons we’ve learned during the transition to online learning while we plan our safe return to campus in the fall.

Attention: 2020 Graduates! We Can’t Hug. But We Can Celebrate. 

Across the country, many graduating students and their universities are facing a difficult and emotional decision: what should we do about commencement?  

Letter from President Sims to the Community - April 22, 2020

Though I am sure you will not need it, I wish each of you good luck for this week’s final exams! As we approach the end of this semester with students preparing and completing final exams, Capitol Tech’s faculty and staff are finalizing the framework for the summer semester. We are pleased to report that the first summer courses will begin as scheduled on May 4th online via Zoom. We are also excited to share our first online video celebration for graduating students which will take place on May 2nd. We know this celebration does not replace an in-person commencement ceremony, so we are working to identify new dates to congratulate Capitol Tech’s soon-to-be alumni in the traditional fashion.