• Apollos Welcomes its new Mascot: Goldy Bison

    Apollos University is pround to announce it is now the Apollos Bisons. With this announcement, we are also introducing Goldy the Bison, the new Apollos mascot. We chose the name Goldy after reading the Montana State Motto “Oro y playa,” which means “Gold and silver” in Spanish. With the Apollos colors being Garnet, Blue, and Gold, the choice in name seemed even more appropriate.

    Go Apollos Bisons!

    Apollos University can help you obtain your business or information technology degree and put you on the right track to success. To learn more about our degree programs, visit http://apollos.edu/Menu/7/Module/Degrees/Default.aspx.  


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  • Apollos Is Veteran Friendly

    Apollos University is approved by the Montana State Approving Agency for the use of Veterans and Dependents Educational Benefits. For more information see https://apollos.edu/Menu/87/Article/93/Default.aspx.


    Getting Started is Easy 

    In order to get the benefits started, the veteran or other eligible person will need to file an appropriate application.  
    1. For veterans who have never used their benefits, the appropriate application is VA Form 22-1990 or VA Form 22-5490 for other eligible dependents. 
    2. For veterans who have used their benefits previously, the appropriate application is VA Form 22-1995 or VA Form 22-5495 for other eligible dependents. 


    VA Online Application 

    Eligible veterans and dependents may also apply online at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/apply.asp 

    For more information regarding the GI Bill, please visit their website at: http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/





  • Information Technology: Unique and Distinguishing BSIT Program

    Apollos has rolled out its new Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT).

    Applications to the program are now being accepted.

    Uniqueness of the Program

    The Apollos BSIT provides comprehensive learning of the IT discipline. The objective of the program is to educate the student in the fundamentals of IT and prepare them for both employment and graduate studies. The program core courses will provide a strong foundation of IT, whereas the 9-credit capstone project will prepare students for industrial grade work. As a distinguishing factor, the topics of the capstone project track the cutting edge industry trends, i.e., big-data, business intelligence, analytics, cloud computing, mobile platform, Internet of Things (IoT), etc. The IT department also has a dedicated website (http://apollos.edu/itwhere students are able to showcase their capstone projects as an online portfolio.

    For more information, contact Mr. Nischal Chandra, Chair, Information Technology, Phone: 603-321-9153 or Email: nchandra@apollos.edu.

    To read more visit: https://apollos.edu/News/132/Default.aspx