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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. 

Update from President Sims

The Capitol Tech team of faculty and staff continue to find new ways to serve our students no matter where they are currently. These improvements include updating the financial aid information available to students, disseminating organization tips for students to remain on-track while learning remotely, and staying up-to-date on the latest online learning tools and safety protocols.

Letter from President Sims to the Community - April 1, 2020

Thank you all for continuing to work individually and collaboratively to progress toward a successful end to this semester. We are excited to report that all classes and university offices are running online at full capacity.

COVID-19 response update - March 31, 2020

Capitol has no confirmed cases within our community. However, the increasing cases and serious actions taken by state officials have prompted us to update some previously released university COVID-19 policies.

Capitol Launches New Tuition Discount for Retired Military Personnel 

Capitol Technology University, a 2020-2021 Military Friendly® School, is offering a new tuition discount program to support retired military personnel in addition to our longstanding active duty tuition discounts. The program provides a tuition discount of $100 per credit hour off undergraduate and masters programs and a $50 per credit hour discount off doctoral programs. 

Letter from President Sims to the Community

Congratulations on moving so swiftly and seamlessly into online learning environments! Since we are now in the first official week of online classes I want to commend you for your cooperation and adaptability. Through this pandemic, our campus community has truly embodied the Capitol motto of "find a way or make one."