Each full-time undergraduate degree applicant is considered for an institutional scholarship when applying for admission to the university. The admissions office will send you notification of any awards.

A number of corporations and foundations have established scholarships at the university, which are awarded annually to continuing students who meet individual award criteria and requirements. The requirements typically include academic merit, donor specifications and financial need. For a full list of Capitol Technology University's institutional scholarship opportunities go to our scholarship page. 
The corporation and foundation scholarships at Capitol Technology University reward continuing, full-time students with funds donated by generous businesses, foundations and individual donors. To apply for these scholarships you must be a full time student with a minimum of 3.0 GPA.  For your convince we have created one Corporation-Foundation Scholarship Application that can qualify students for all scholarships available.
 
Applications are due by March 31st
Funds for this scholarship have been made available through an endowment created by Homer and Martha Gudelsky in memory of their son, Avrum. This scholarship recognizes and encourages academic excellence among outstanding seniors who are pursuing a bachelor of science degree. It is the highest academic honor the college confers. The Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Scholarship provides 90 percent tuition support for the academic year.
This scholarship is for senior level students only. Students applying for this scholarship must:
  • Have a 3.5 Grade Point Average (GPA) or higher;
  • be enrolled full-time (12 credits or more each semester- both fall and spring);
  • if enrolled less than full-time now, be planning to enroll full-time during the fall and spring semesters;
  • be enrolled in only those credit hours that apply to your undergraduate degree program;
  • be a U.S. citizen or eligible non citizen; 
  • have earned 96 or more credits - must be a senior level
Applications are due by March 31st