College of Adult and Graduate Studies Blog

The CAGS blog is your hub for all things adult education!  Future, current and past CCU students now have a spot on the web to talk job tips, adult education financial aid, local and national networking, and exchange their experiences.  Blog posts from CCU students and friends of CAGS will engage and inspire you to take your career and adult education to the next level.

Recent Posts

5 Ways Adult Students Can Balance Family, Work and School at CCU

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  You’ve signed up to begin acquiring your degree from Colorado Christian University and it hits you: How am I supposed to balance college with my already busy work schedule and family life? Well, you’re not alone. Most adult students have little to no extra time for themselves, but they want the accomplishment of getting … Continued

Advance Your Career – Attend Graduate Programs Preview Day on October 7

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  Are you looking to advance your career, potentially earn a higher salary, and reach a great achievement as an adult? A graduate degree might be the ticket you need to get there. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, full-time professionals over the age of 25 can earn over $10,600 more per year with … Continued

10 Things Adult Students Transferring to CCU Should Know

  We understand that sometimes your path in life changes. That’s why we want to help you take your previous experience and use it to continue on to your destination. Whether you’ve taken a few college courses or you’ve earned your associate’s degree, Colorado Christian University offers a seamless transfer process for adult students looking … Continued

Nursing: Yesterday and Today

Nursing through the years at CCU

Nursing: Yesterday and Today Like most job roles, nursing has evolved over the years. From the uniforms to the technology used in nursing care, this industry looks completely different from the inside out than it did even 50 or 60 years ago. Then Even the way nurses took a patient’s temperature was different in the … Continued