Why Christian Education is Gaining Popularity

Studies show that enrollment in Christian colleges and universities has grown in recent years, and we hope this trend continues. Colorado Christian University provides students a post-secondary education that is spiritually and intellectually challenging and fulfilling, and  CCU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Over 4,000 students are currently enrolled in the University, so let’s explore some of the reasons why Christian education is gaining popularity in the United States in recent years.

There are three main components to any institution of higher learning: the students, the instructors, and the campus programs. By looking at those three aspects of Christian education, it becomes clear why Christian education is becoming the clear choice for students fresh out of college and adult students who have raised a family or have been in the workforce for several years and now want to pursue a college degree. Regardless of your age or what brings you to CCU, a Christian education will impact your life in ways you probably never even realized. What you gain from your time at CCU will be with you for the rest of your life, and you can share your Christian education experience with all those with whom you come in contact throughout your life and career.

Christian College Professors

Christian colleges require their full-time professors to be Christian–concerned with the academic and spiritual growth of their students. Christian university professors integrate faith and learning in their teachings. Student-to-faculty ratios are typically much better in Christian colleges and universities, with the average being 20:1 or even better.

Christian education professors often pray before class and get to know their students on a personal basis outside the classroom. You are much more than just a number in a theater-like auditorium classroom in a small Christian University like CCU. You will receive a personalized education, get to know your professors, and have the opportunity to address spiritual and theological topics without fear of being judged or ridiculed.

Christian Students

Even though professors play a crucial role in your college education, you will spend most of your time with other students, especially if you live on campus. Your fellow students will share many of the same goals as you and your faith in will be an integral part of your life. Christian universities like CCU tend to attract students desirous of developing their faith while pursing a college a degree. The bond between Christian college students is a major reason why Christian education is gaining popularity.

College Programs

Christian colleges offer athletics, study abroad opportunities, clubs, study groups and many other programs you would find at secular schools, but there are also Christian programs offered. Christian colleges offer frequent chapels, theology classes, mission trips, ministry opportunities, and Christian guest speakers on important topics such as Christian leadership, spiritual growth, impacting society, etc. At a Christian college, you can worship God with fellow students and professors, study God’s word, strengthen your faith, and learn from the leading Christian thinkers of our time while receiving a college degree.

If you are considering the benefits of a Christian education over a secular education, consider the value of the time you will spend with professors, students and participating in various campus Christian programs.

For more information about CCU, please read our Adult Degree Completion Admissions page or contact the admissions office today.

 

 

 

 

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