• CCU Facts and Stats

    CCU Facts and Stats

    In a little less than ten decades, what began as a one-room school with two students and a single teacher has become a fully accredited university enrolling thousands of undergraduate and graduate students, with learning centers in six cities, a suburban campus, and thousands of alumni around the world. Colorado Christian University is the only evangelical institution of higher learning in the Rocky Mountain region and continues to increase academic standards, enrollment, and community life while becoming financially strong and well prepared for future growth and opportunities.

    Enrollment

     

    Total Enrollment:  5,101

    Traditional Undergraduates:  1,082
    Adult Undergraduates:  3,513
    Graduate Students:  506


    Total Applications (Annual):  4,321

    Traditional Undergraduates:  1,008
    Adult Undergraduates:  2,927
    Graduate Students:  386

     

    Traditional Freshman Retention

    2012-2013:  90%
    2011-2012:  89%
    2010-2011:  92%
    2009-2010:  87%

    Freshman Profile

    Average ACT Score:  24.2
    Average SAT Score (2400:)  1643
    Average High School GPA:  3.6

     
     

    Students and Faculty

     

    Student Demographics

    • U.S. States Represented:  50
    • Countries Represented:  4
    • Out-of-State, (Traditional):  47%
    • Out-of-State, (Adult/Graduate):  31%
    • Living on Campus, (Traditional):  60%
    • Male-Female Ratio:  2:3
    • Denominations Represented:  56
    • Student Clubs and Organizations (Traditional):  27
     
     

    Faculty Information

    • Traditional Undergraduate Faculty: 157
      • Full-Time:  51
      • Affiliate:  106
    • Adult/Graduate Faculty:  503
      • Full-Time: 23
      • Affiliate:  480
    • Student-Faculty Ratio, Undergraduate:  8:1
    • Student-Faculty Ratio, Adult/Graduate:  9:1
     
     

    Degrees, Programs, and Alumni

     

    Degrees

    Total Degrees Awarded (2012):  729
    Degree Granting Programs (Traditional):  26
    Degree Granting Programs (Adult/Graduate):  28
    Non-Degree Programs (Adult/Graduate):   6

     

    Alumni

    Total Alumni Since 1914:  18,572
    Alumni Still Living:  16,384
    Alumni Living in Colorado:  11,410
    Alumni Living in the Front Range:  7,653

     

    Financial Aid

     

    Traditional Undergraduate Students

    • Federal Scholarships/Grants: $1,293,023
    • State Scholarships/Grants: $295,989
    • Institutional Scholarship/Grants: $10,577,134
    • Student Loans: $5,134,111
    • Parent Loans:$2,231,478
    • Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid: 92%
    • Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid: 74%
     
     

    Adult/Graduate Students

    • Federal Scholarships/Grants: $4,564,261
    • State Scholarships/Grants: $603,261
    • Institutional Scholarship/Grants: $770,018
    • Student Loans: $20,665,850
    • Parent Loans: $183,965
    • Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid: 99%
    • Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid: 89%
     
     

    Facts and Statistics are based on data reported in the University Media Communication Packet for 2013-14, and are updated on an annual basis.