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.

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The Best Features of Today’s Tablets

One of the best things about online courses is the ability to learn on the go. Using the Blackboard software package, CCU students are able to contact professors, participate in class discussions, retrieve course calendars, and submit assignments from practically anywhere! This has another advantage for inquisitive types (i.e. practically anyone enrolled in a college … Continued

Christian Education Benefiting Christians & Non-Christians Alike

Because Colorado Christian University is founded on Christian values, there may be a perception that we only welcome Christians to enroll. But nothing could be further from the truth. College is a place to encounter and pursue the unfamiliar. New knowledge, challenging ideas, and contradictory opinions are to be expected and encouraged. Universities are a … Continued

High Starting Salaries for Counselors in Rural Areas

If you’re seeking a career change that’s enriching both personally and professionally, consider becoming a counselor. As the need for more mental health professionals across the nation increases, the lack of access to counseling services in rural communities is amplified. If you’re willing to apply for jobs in rural areas, the rewards are numerous. You … Continued

What’s the Best Tablet for College Students? Vote Now!

College students of all ages need to remain connected to their schools and to the world if they are going to succeed. This begs the question, what is the best method of connection? Tablets are ideal for many students; they offer affordability and portability, and many students now prefer tablets over the bulkier, less flexible … Continued