The University maintains a library located on the 3rd floor that houses a collection of books and reference materials in the areas of business, management, accounting, investments, finance, information technology, and information management. A student can use the library facilities; check out books using their school ID, and access online library resources to conduct research and to complement their learning experience. The library also provides Wi-Fi Internet access, printing and copying services, and ample study areas.
Monday through Friday 1:00PM – 8:00PM
Saturday 10:00AM – 6:00PM
Closed on Sunday
The University has a computer laboratory that is equipped with Internet-connected personal computers with Microsoft Office productivity tools for word processing, spreadsheets, presentation and database that students can use during classroom instruction. If no classes are being held in the lab, a student can request access from the administrative staff to use the computer laboratory to do assignments, projects and research.
Computer Laboratory Hours (except when classes are being held)
Monday through Friday 9:30AM – 6:30PM
Saturday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Closed on Sunday
All classrooms are equipped with an LCD projector, projector screen, whiteboard, and laptop. Microsoft Office educational licenses are available for use depending on course requirements.
The student lounge is located in Room 305 where the student can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere in a quiet setting. The student lounge and all classrooms are Wi-Fi enabled to ensure that students have access to the Internet for research and/or classroom projects and activities.
There is a student parking lot available within the CTU facility. Students can get a parking permit from the Office of Student Services with no cost. Students cannot use the Staff parking area. Additional parking is available on the street adjacent to the University.
CTU does not provide campus housing to students and has no responsibility in finding or assisting students in finding housing. The school, however, can refer students to resources that will aid in the search for appropriate living arrangements, like craigslist.com. There are ample housing opportunities within the immediate vicinity of the school ranging from studio apartments, one- or two-bedroom apartments, to private room rentals in a family home. Monthly rental cost can range from approximately $900 to $1,500 per month, depending on the unit. The student will be solely responsible and liable for all agreements and transactions entered into with the landlord. The school will not be liable for the student’s conduct on a rental property or for any financial transactions entered into between the student and the landlord.
CTU does not provide childcare services to students and has no responsibility in finding or assisting students in finding childcare provider. The school, however, can refer students to resources that will aid in the search for appropriate providers. Here is some information about nearby child care providers.