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.
A printable version of the Admitted Student Checklist (PDF) is also available.
If you are interested in transferring to CCU, 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 CCU's WebAdvisor.
You applied for your Digital Services Account (DSA) when you viewed your financial aid award letter. If you have never applied for a DSA or you cannot remember your DSA password, please go to our Digital Services Account web page and either complete the application or click the password reset link. You will need your CCU student ID number for this. It is printed on your acceptance letter. If you cannot find your ID number, please contact your Enrollment Counselor in the Admission Office. If you experience any difficulty, contact the IT Help Desk at 303-963-3444.
In order to register for classes, your Emergency Contact Information must be up-to-date. Even if your address has not changed, you must still do this! Visit our Update your Emergency Contact Information web page and login with your Student ID number and password. If you experience any difficulty, contact the IT Help Desk at 303-963-3444.
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. Students may submit documentation from their doctor’s office or may use the Immunization form above and have their physician sign it.
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 receive the meningitis
vaccine, but the state does require signed documentation that each student has read
the information about the disease and the vaccination. The student must show
proof of either:
• Having received the Meningococcal Vaccine within 5
years prior to enrollment*;
• Having read the Meningococcal Disease
information sheet and completed the request form to receive the vaccine at CCU Health Services; or
• Having read the Meningococcal Disease
information sheet and declined the vaccine via waiver.
*Please Note: If the primary dose was administered
before the student’s 16th birthday, a second (booster) dose should be
administered prior to enrollment in college. The booster dose can be administered
any time after the 16th birthday.
Immunization 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. Contact Health Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-963-3365 with questions.
As a condition of enrollment, all CCU traditional
undergraduate students living on or off campus, carrying six or more credits 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. (Please note: the student only charge was $791 for the spring 2014 semester. The new
costs for the 2014-2015 school year will be available late spring or early summer 2014). The cost of this plan can be found on the College of
Undergraduate Studies Tuition website.
If you, the student, are already covered under another plan and want to waive
the University health insurance plan, the student must complete the Health Insurance
Waiver (AKA Student Personal Insurance Coverage Form) and submit it to the CCU Health Services Office.
If the insurance waiver is not submitted to the CCU Health Services Office by the add/drop date of the first semester of enrollment, the billing of the
CCU insurance plan will become final.
If the student desires coverage under the University sponsored health insurance program and would like to keep the health insurance charges on his or her account, they will need to complete the Health Insurance Enrollment Form.
Contact Health Services at email@example.com or 303-963-3365 with questions.
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 contact your coach for
further information. (Visit ccucougars.com.)
Learn more about University
Health Services and health insurance options and costs through CCU.