Career Technical Institute’s mission is to provide our students with the knowledge, hands-on practical experience and employment skills necessary for them to successfully compete in today’s job market.
If you would like to learn more about Career Technical Institute’s educational objectives, mission, core values, focus, or licensing and accreditation, please refer to our official school catalog.
Cost of Attendance Report
COA is the amount it will cost a student to go to school. This report includes current Active Programs.
View COA Report
Student Handbook and Orientation Manual
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
On March 27, 2020, the Federal government enacted the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Pub L. No. 116-136, providing funds to institutions from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) to make Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus, including eligible expenses under student’s cost of attendance, such as food, course materials, technology, health care, and child care. Learn more about the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).
Click here to view the Student 30-Day HEERF I Reporting — 4-28-2020 to 5-28-2020
Click here to view the Student 45-Day HEERF I Reporting — 5-28-2020 to 7-12-2020 – Final
Click here to view the Student quarterly HEERF II report dated 6-30-2021 – Final
Click here to view the Student quarterly HEERF III report dated 9-30-2021 – Final
Annual Security Report
The Clery Act requires all schools that participate in federal financial aid programs to record and disclose information about campus crime and to distribute security-related policies and procedures in an Annual Security Report.
Covid-19 Reopening Plan
Campus Media Services Plan
CTI offers supplemental reference materials that are primarily used in the media services library. Technical magazines and other similar publications are also available in the media services library. Students have access to the online portal that contains thousands of reference materials. All software necessary for student learning is available at each workstation on campus.
DE Online Media Services Plan
A variety of media services offered at Career Technical Institute are available to campus-based and distance education (DE) students, faculty and staff and include computer-based training modules and web links.
We are always in compliance with ALL REGULATIONS. We are ethical. We do what is right. We are trusted. We do what we say we will do and hold OURSELVES accountable for OUR commitments. We put our policies and procedures in writing, communicate them to all employees before implementing them, and enforce them consistently.
Under U.S. Department of Education regulations, an institution which participates in the federal student aid programs (Title IV) must receive at least ten percent of its revenue from non-Federal sources in each fiscal year. 34 CFR 668.28. This is referred to as the 90/10 Rule. If an institution fails this Rule for two fiscal years in a row it will lose its Title IV eligibility. If an institution fails the Rule in one fiscal year it must notify students and prospective students of the possibility of losing Title IV if it does not comply with the Rule in the subsequent fiscal year.
This notice serves as a notification that CTI did not meet the 90/10 requirement for fiscal year 2023 and that if it fails to meet the requirement in fiscal year 2024 which ends December 31, 2024, CTI will lose its Title IV eligibility.
CTI has a plan in place and is expecting to be able to meet the 90/10 requirements for FYE 2024.
Student Complaint Procedure
Most problems or complaints that students may have with the school or its administration can be resolved through a personal meeting with the school staff. If, however, this action does not bring the situation to a close to the satisfaction of students, they may submit a written complaint. Learn more.
Active Duty Tuition Assistance Rate Per Hour
Learn more about CTI’s Active Duty Tuition Assistance Rate Per Hour.
Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities
All applicants, including those who are physically challenged, are considered for acceptance according to CTI admissions standards. In order for CTI to assist students with disabilities under the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (“Section 504”) prospective students are required to provide documentation to their Admissions Advisor during the admissions interview. All documentation will then be forwarded to the Chief Academic Officer for evaluation and a determination will be made regarding any special requests. Upon receiving documentation of the disability from a medical professional the school will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations specifically designed to assist the student in completing their program and finding suitable employment.