At Colorado Christian University, our loyal and dedicated faculty, administration, staff, and Board of Trustees are committed to the mission of the institution and liberal arts education.
The University's Board of Trustees exercises ultimate authority over CCU. Trustees are responsible to develop and advance CCU's mission, vision, and strategic objectives. Moreover, within the board, working committees and sub-committees oversee vital areas of University governance. CCU's Board of Trustees meet at least three times each year.
The Board of Trustees delegates to the University President all management authority to set standards for the entire University. In turn, the President delegates certain authority and responsibility to other officers of the University, including members of the President’s Cabinet.
CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies and College of Adult and Graduate Studies are led by academic deans and program directors. All of our deans and program directors hold terminal degrees.
More than 50 full-time and 400 part-time faculty are employed by the University to teach our students in the classroom. Our professors challenge students to integrate their faith with their chosen discipline, while helping them gain knowledge and develop skills that will prepare them to be successful in their careers. In addition, over 200 CCU staff members serve students in a variety of capacities during their enrollment at CCU and beyond.