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Capitol Technology University (formerly Capitol College) is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian, regionally-accredited university northeast of Washington, DC. It is located on 52 acres in unincorporated South Laurel, Maryland in Prince George's County, west of the Baltimore–Washington Parkway between Laurel-Bowie Road to the north and Powder Mill Road to the south.
The university was founded in 1927 as the Capitol Radio Engineering Institute by a former US Navy Radioman. CREI changed its name to Capitol Institute of Technology in 1964, changed its name again to Capitol College in 1987, and assumed its present name in 2014. Capitol offers undergraduate and graduate programs specializing in engineering, computer science, information technology, and business. Capitol's Carnegie Classification is Special Focus Institutions—Schools of Engineering
Motto: "Either find a way or make one."
Endowment: $5.3 million
Administrative staff: 75 total,
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