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Undergraduate Programs
Associate of Science in Nursing
Associate of Arts in Political Science
Associate of Arts in General Studies
Bachelor of Music in Music Education
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in General Science
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurse (RN to BSN)
Bachelor of Science in Christian Leadership
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource
Bachelor of Science in Project Management
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Music
Bachelor of Arts in Performance
Bachelor of Arts in Theology
Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry
Graduate Programs
Masters Degree in Business Administration
Masters Degree in Counseling
Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Early Childhood Education
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Elementary Education
Graduate Certificate in Corporate Education
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology
Graduate Certificate in Leadership
Graduate Certificate in Online Course Developer
Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning
Graduate Certificate in Project Management
Certificate Program in Accounting
Certificate Program in Biblical Studies
Certificate Program in Entrepreneurship
Certificate Program in Ethics
Certificate Program in Project Management

Colorado Christian University

Enrollment: rolling
Financial Aid: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Rating: Yes
Score: Yes
State: Colorado
City: Lakewood
Street: 8787 W. Alameda Ave.
ZIP: 80226
Phone: (303) 963-3000


the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools


The University offers 45 degree programs as well as licensure and certification programs in various fields.CCU comprises two colleges:the College of Adult and Graduate Studies and the College of Undergraduate Studies. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers undergraduate degree completion, educator licensing, and certificate programs for working professionals. The College also offers master’s degrees and graduate certificate programs. The College of Undergraduate Studies provides academic programs for traditional undergraduate students and also offers off-campus study opportunities through the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities’ Best Semester Program, Focus on the Family’s Focus Leadership Institute, and Jerusalem University College in Israel.


CCU participates in both NCAA Division II and NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association). CCU Athletics places a high value on the mentoring process and the integration of faith in sport so that in all things, we accomplish our mission: “To glorify God by following his guidance in transforming lives through discipleship, academic accountability, and excellence in intercollegiate athletics.” The University competes in sports including: baseball, basketbal, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball.


Parking is free. CCU provides airport transportation between Denver International Airport (DIA) and the University at scheduled pickup and drop off times. The University offers a variety of meal plans for students living on. The CCU Dining Commons, referred to as “The Caf” by students, offers all-you-care-to-eat dining. Typical Lunch and Dinner selections include home-style favorites, fresh pizza, pasta, made-to-order hot and cold sandwiches, fresh fruit, a full soup and salad bar, homemade desserts. Typical Breakfast selections include made-to-order omelets and waffles, fresh fruit, breads, cereals, and more.The Caf also plans special meals and events for holidays and campus events, giving students the opportunity to celebrate holidays like Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, and Cinco de Mayo together. The Cougar Caf? is CCU’s on-campus Starbucks serving students, faculty, and staff members traditional drinks from hot chocolate and apple cider to more contemporary drinks like lattes, Italian cream sodas and caramel macchiatos. Residential living is viewed by the University as an important part of a student’s complete educational experience. All full-time, unmarried, first and second-year students taking courses in the College of Undergraduate Studies are required to live on campus.The first-year students are required to live in the apartments in Harwood and Waite Halls in order to experience the exceptional living and learning environments in CCU’s stairwell communities. All first-year students are also given the opportunity to live in one of our unique learning communities. All amenities are included in the housing cost. All apartments in these halls house four to five students and come fully furnished. More than 600 students live on campus each semester.


The Clifton Fowler Library circulates books and curriculum items; journals and videos/DVDs/CDs; and reserves. Books are on the lower level; videos/DVDs/CDs are in the Video Alcove and CD cabinet; journals are at the far rear of the main floor. CCU provides several computer labs, all of which are on a three year replacement cycle, ensuring student won't be stuck on a hopelessly outdated computer. At the Lakewood campus computer labs are located in the Cedar Center, the Library, the Beckman Center, the Music Center and the 24 Hour Lab located in Harwood Hall.

Health & Safety

The University is committed to providing a safe environment for all members of the community and that is why the University created and implemented policies for handling and reporting crimes. CCU has a drug-free policy and alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Drug abuse laws and liquor laws and are strictly enforced on CCU campuses. To promote safety and security on campus, the department often holds training sessions that address topics related to student safety. The Office of Campus Safety and Security at University consists of five full-time security guards who patrol the campus, man a call center, and respond to students in need of assistance. The University's Health Services clinic provides routine ambulatory medical care for students in all University. Prescribing medications, diagnosing and treating minor illnesses and making medical referrals are all a part of the Health Services clinic. The clinic will have the vaccine on hand at the beginning of each semester.


CCU offers its students many ways to get involved spiritually, academically, and physically without stepping a foot off campus. There are lots of different organizations for students. The most popular are: The Collegiate Business Leaders (a unique student-led organization that desires to unite School of Business and Leadership students with faculty and business professionals); Discipleship Advisors; Ekklesia Martoi; In His Service (committed to maintaining academic excellence, embracing leadership opportunities and serving the needs of the CCU community); Literary Club; Music Educator’s Club; Omicron Delta Kappa (national leadership honor society that recognizes superior scholarship, leadership, and character); Pre-Health Club (resource for students who are interested in a variety of careers within the field of medicine); Residence Hall Association; Triathlon Club (for anyone wanting to learn all the basics in competing in the sport, as well as be in fellowship with other CCU students and staff); Trash Club and Sigma Tau Delta (an honorary society for students studying English).


Students can rent an apartment near the University that will satisfy their needs.

Alumni & Post-Grad

The goal of the CCU Alumni Association is to foster and cultivate the spirit of a continuing Christian community for alumni of Colorado Christian University to unite that community into a vital force of influence, support, action, continuous learning, fellowship, and giving through effective communication among members and with the University and to perpetuate interest in the welfare of the University and the larger community of fellow alumni and friends. Graduates of Colorado Christian University and its heritage schools have left their footprints on the nation and world. In medicine, business music, missions, ministry, education, and other academic disciplines, graduates are continually writing stories of success and are dynamic catalysts for change in this challenging and demanding society.

Jobs & Internship

Colorado Christian University encourages all students to take advantage of internship opportunities at some point during their time in college. Internships give students the chance to take the knowledge and skills they are gaining in the classroom and apply them in professional situations. Going abroad to complete an internship is a great way to gain professional experience while living in another culture. For students interested in gaining a cultural perspective, another great option is to work alongside a church or missionary organization in another country. With so many positive relationships in the local education community, the School of Education has a high placement rate for graduating students- alumni are successful in administration, in a diverse array of public and private school classrooms and we even have graduates teaching in other countries.

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