The mission of Colorado Technical University is to provide career-oriented education to students. By teaching applied real-world practices, the University responds to the need for employment and career advancement, turning students into highly-qualified professionals at the associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctorate levels.
Based on the information submitted in your "graduation file," students seeking assistance will be contacted within four months of graduation. If you require assistance at any time during your student career or even after graduation, the Resource Center provides you with the information and tools you need to help you have an effective job search. Career Services can and will help you with resumes, job resources, networking, thank-you letters, career transition, cover letters, interviewing, salary and benefits, and other career tools. Fortunately, the employment outlook for graduates is getting better; as the market recovers, so do job opportunities.