Did you know that you can apply to Colorado Christian University online? Making college enrollment easy, accessible and convenient is what CCU strives to do for prospective students. In years past, applying for college was a daunting task, and the paperwork and other information necessary to apply for admission was overwhelming to many prospective students. Now, you can apply to CCU online by creating an account to enroll in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies.
The online form for enrollment applies to the following:
- Adult undergraduate, certificate and licensing programs for students who are typically 23 years or older, may be employed full-time or part-time, and prefer evening or online classes.
- Graduate degree programs for students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree.
If you are ready to apply for admission to Colorado Christian University or are in need of information, first, you will need to create an account. You will need this account to complete your admission application and to register for events designed to help you through the admission process. The information you put into your account will allow the faculty and staff to learn more about you so we can provide you with information based on your particular interests.
Applying online will simplify the application process but does not complete it. You must provide a valid driver’s license or state-issued I.D. card with a photo and a valid expiration date to your enrollment counselor. Official high school transcript with graduation date, a copy of your diploma, or a copy of your GED must also be submitted. Transfer students must provide transcripts from each institution attended. You may fill out the Institutional Transcript Request form to gather this information.
You may deliver your application information in person to CCU or mail it to this address:
Colorado Christian University
College of Adult and Graduate Studies Admission
8787 W. Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80226
Once you have been admitted to CAGS, you will be required to finalize your admissions by completing a few additional steps. Your enrollment counselor will explain these to you and help prepare you for your first day of classes at CCU.