Congratulations on being admitted to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies! We look forward to welcoming you to our community and are excited about the contributions you will make during your time at Colorado Christian University. To help you through the enrollment process we have put together some information about being a student at CCU. We hope you find this Web site helpful as you prepare to experience your faith at CCU. It is to your advantage to submit the necessary requirements to CCU as soon as possible.
A printable version of the Admitted Student Checklist (PDF) is also available.
If you are interested in transferring to CCU for the Fall 2013 semester, please contact our Transfer Student Enrollment Counselor.
To register for classes at CCU, students must have a Digital Services Account (DSA). The DSA is the student's digital identity at CCU, and grants access to CCU e-mail, My CCU intranet site and the CCU's Web Registration interface.
If you are planning to live on campus, complete the entire housing application and sign and return the housing lease along with the housing deposit. Sign and return both documents to the Residence Life Department (fax: 3303-301-8460 or e-mail documents to email@example.com)
Students in their first and second year of college that are from the Denver area may live on campus or with their parents. In order to be eligible to live with parents, students in the Denver area must complete the Residency Requirements Waiver portion of the housing application. If you are planning to live off campus and are under the age of 21, please submit the Residency Requirement Waiver to the Residence Life Office (fax: 303-301-8460 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). All meal plan options are available to students living off campus. If you would like a CCU meal plan, the option for selecting one is included in the housing application.
If you would like to request a specific roommate, you may indicate that on your application. Otherwise, CCU will match you with someone based on the answers in your application and placement form. If you would like to request a specific stairwell to live in, please indicate that stairwell on your housing application and register for the correlating Freshman Year Integration course associated with the Learning Community in that stairwell.
If you have already signed a housing contract and need to be released from it, you will need to submit the Lease Cancellation Request (PDF). Please note the deadlines for receiving full and partial reimbursement of your housing deposit. If you have already signed up for a meal plan, and wish to change or cancel your plan, you must submit the Meal Plan Selection Form (PDF).
The State of Colorado requires college students to have a certified record of two doses of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine. The MMR record must be signed by a physician, nurse, county health department official, or school health authority. This form must be submitted to the CCU Health Services Office by the add/drop date (September 4, 2013) of the first semester of enrollment. Failure to submit the form will result in a hold being placed on the student's account.
Forms can be returned via e-mail at email@example.com, faxed to 303-301-8365, or mailed to CCU Health Services, 8787 W. Alameda Ave, Lakewood, CO 80226.
Learn more about University Health Services and immunization requirements at CCU.
If you are under 18 years old your parent/guardian must complete the Consent to Treat Minors Form (PDF).
The meningitis vaccine is recommended by the CDC, the Colorado State Health Department, and the American College Health Association. The State of Colorado does not require that students have the meningitis vaccine, but the state requires signed documentation that each student has read the information about the disease and the vaccination. The student must show proof of either:
Please note that persons under 21 years should have documentation of having received a dose of the Meningococcal vaccine within the 5 years prior to enrollment. If the primary dose was administered on or before the student’s 16th birthday, a second (booster) dose should be administered before enrollment in college. The booster dose can be administered any time after the 16th birthday.
This information must be submitted to the CCU Health Services Office by the add/drop date of the first semester of enrollment. Failure to submit the required meningitis vaccine documentation will result in a hold being placed on the student's account. Forms can be returned via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to 303-301-8365, or mailed to CCU Health Services, 8787 W. Alameda Ave, Lakewood, CO 80226.
As a condition of enrollment, all CCU traditional undergraduate students living on or off campus, carrying six credits or more are required to have health insurance coverage. All full-time students will be billed for the University Health Insurance Plan until they provide proof of insurance coverage. ($770 was the charge for the fall 2012 semester-the new costs for the 2013-2014 school year will be available May 2013). The cost of this plan can be found on the College of Undergraduate Studies Tuition website. If you, the student, is already covered under another plan and want to waive the University health insurance plan, the student must complete the Health Insurance Waiver and show proof of insurance to the CCU Health Services Office. If the insurance waiver has not been submitted to the Health Services Office by the add/drop date (September 4, 2013) of the first semester of enrollment, the billing of the CCU insurance plan will become final.
If a student does not possess their own health insurance and would like to be covered by the University-sponsored health insurance plan, they are to complete the University Health Insurance Enrollment Form.
All forms can be returned via e-mail at email@example.com, faxed to 303-301-8365, or mailed to CCU Health Services, 8787 W. Alameda Ave, Lakewood, CO 80226.
Please Note: Athletes must submit a health insurance waiver to University Health Services. Athletes are not eligible for the University-sponsored health insurance plan. Please see your coach for further information. (Visit ccucougars.com.)
Learn more about University Health Services and health insurance options and costs through CCU.
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