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

Yes, You Can Stay Motivated With Your Online Classes During the Holidays

Schmidlap staying motivated during the holidays.

Professor Schmidlap is the personal professional mascot for the College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University. Like all CCU professors, he enjoys helping his students enjoy the learning process. He shared with us some tips for how students can stay motivated with their studies during the holiday season. Oh by golly have … Continued

CCU Enrollment Counselor Spotlight – Dale Fleming

CCU campus

Going back to school can be a stressful time, especially if you don’t know where to start when it comes to applying, choosing a program, and everything else the process requires. Luckily, Colorado Christian University has a team of individuals who are here to help make the process seamless and gratifying. CCU’s enrollment counselors are your … Continued

The Coffee Shop Classroom: How Adult Online Students Can Cultivate Community

Professor Schmidlap at the Tattered Cover Cafe

  Professor Schmidlap is the personal professional mascot for the College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University. Like all CCU professors, he enjoys helping his students enjoy the learning process and find community. He shared with us some tips for how students can cultivate community even when they are taking their classes … Continued

6 Ways to Give Back This Thanksgiving

Family giving back on Thanksgiving day

  It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Many families and communities will come together on November 24 to be thankful and celebrate the blessings they’ve been given. But during this time of year, there are also people and families in need. This year, make a pledge to serve those who … Continued