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COVID-19 Update - March 31, 2020 Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/31/2020 6:23:40 PM

Dear campus community,

I hope you are all staying safe and well. As many of you are likely aware, leaders of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, have issued stay-at-home orders in response to the growing number of confirmed coronavirus cases.

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Commencement Update Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/31/2020 9:25:45 AM

Dear Class of 2020,

Capitol Technology’s staff has continued to plan for commencement in the hopes that the situation would improve and we could hold the most auspicious and respected of our ceremonies. We are extremely disappointed to announce that the graduation ceremony must be postponed to abide by the orders of Maryland's Governor and current safety protocols as recommended by health officials.

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Message from President SIms Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/25/2020 4:24:50 PM

Dear Campus 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."

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COVID-19 Update - March 23, 2020 Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/23/2020 10:15:00 PM

Dear campus community,

Maryland’s Governor, Larry Hogan, ordered all non-essential businesses in the state to close indefinitely at 5 p.m. today.

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COVID-19 Update - March 19, 2020 Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/19/2020 6:54:50 PM

Dear Campus Community,

Thank you for your cooperation during the transition from the traditional education and business practices as we move toward the uncharted process of moving our entire learning and working models online. Despite the onslaught of changes and rapid updates to the situation, we believe this process has been incredibly successful thus far.

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UPDATE: Letter to Campus Community Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/16/2020 4:50:43 PM

Dear campus community,

The health of our students, faculty, and staff are of the highest priority for Capitol’s leaders. This preeminent commitment is followed only by maintaining the business continuity necessary for Capitol to provide the high-quality education students expect from our institution. University leaders and the Emergency Response Team (ERT) have considered these priorities along with situational developments and guidance from local and federal health officials.

For more information, please click here. For past updates, safety tips, and other important information on Capitol's response to the virus, please click here.

UPDATE: COVID-19 Response (3/11/2020) Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/11/2020 1:41:10 PM

Dear campus community,

Spring Reading Days will be extended for undergraduate in-person, on-campus courses until March 20th. Beginning March 23rd, undergraduate in-person, on-campus courses will be delivered via Zoom until at least March 27th. The university will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and provide updates if the period for remote learning needs to be extended. Asynchronous classes are continuing as planned and Live Online classes will resume as scheduled on Monday, March 16th.

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Thank you,

Melinda A. Bunnell-Rhyne

Chair, Emergency Response Team



UPDATE: University's coronavirus plan Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/10/2020 3:11:47 PM

Hello all,

In response to reports of confirmed coronavirus patients in the area surrounding the university, Capitol’s Emergency Response Team met this morning, Tuesday, March 10. Additionally, the Emergency Response Team is in contact with Prince George’s County Emergency Response. It is important to note that, at this time there are no suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus within the campus community.

Please click here to read more information on the university's response and plan of action.

Stay safe,
The Emergency Response Team

University-wide Plan Regarding Coronavirus/covid-19 Aries Matheos SchubertShow MyInfo popup for Aries Matheos Schubert 3/6/2020 5:00:00 PM

Hello all,

Capitol Technology University's Emergency Response Team (ERT) is vigilantly monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) region. After Governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan, announced three confirmed cases of the virus in Maryland on Thursday, March 5, the ERT met and determined that university is at a Level 2 response.

To learn more about the university's Level 2 protocols, including best practices to stay safe and Capitol's actions to protect community members, please click here to read a letter from the ERT to the campus community.

Thank you,

Capitol’s Emergency Response Team

Distance student and Career Conference - Credit for Capitol Committment Sarah AlspawShow MyInfo popup for Sarah Alspaw 2/7/2018 3:05:00 PM

If you are at a distance, please email to learn how you will get credit towards the Capitol Commitment for the Career Conference on February 16th, 2018.


Proctor Information Melinda Ann Bunnell-RhyneShow MyInfo popup for Melinda Ann Bunnell-Rhyne 3/20/2014 1:00:00 PM

Courses held face-to-face on campus or at other locations will hold exams or assignments during the scheduled class time or exam period. Those assignments or exams will be proctored by the faculty member who is instructing the section. Students who require a “make-up” exam due to extenuating circumstances should expect to be asked to provide documentation to substantiate the extenuating circumstances and must arrange the “make-up” exam with the faculty member as soon as is practicable. Students who receive learning accommodations based on a documented disability which may include extended time for testing and/or assignments or a reduced distraction environment must notify the faculty member of their accommodations prior to the scheduled exam period and may arrange proctoring with the Office of Student Life as needed.

Courses online either asynchronous or synchronous are expected to have at least one assignment or exam which is completed within Learn@ (Canvas). The students will need to sign in to Learn@ with their username and password and complete the assignment while signed in. No face-to-face proctoring is required.

This email is not being monitored. If you have additional questions regarding the proctoring policy or any other academic policy please email"


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