How Do I Apply for an Undergraduate or Graduate Degree at CCU / CAGS?

AcceptedWhen you are seeking Christian colleges in Colorado for adults, look no further than Colorado Christian University. CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers adult students an opportunity to earn their associate, bachelor, or master degree in a faith-based program designed specifically for non-traditional learners.

The Program

Whether you want to complete the college education you started out of high school or attend college for the first time, the College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers the track for you. The program applies to adult undergrads who are generally 23 years old and up, who work in full- or part-time employment, or to graduate students who have already completed an undergraduate degree.

Classes are generally completed in the evenings or online.

Programs offered include:

  • Business administration
  • Biblical studies
  • Education
  • Criminal Justice
  • Health Care Administration
  • Psychology
  • Nursing

How to Apply

Those wishing to attend CCU’s adult and graduate program can apply online. Begin the application by entering your personal information and degree interest on the Create an Account page. You must have an account to complete an online application.

Once you have created an account on the Colorado Christian University website, use the “Apply Online” link to access the online application.

Before beginning your application with CCU, make sure you have all information on hand. If you are an adult student who has previous work experience, but no previous college work, you will need high school transcripts, college-entry test scores (SATS or ACTS for undergraduate studies, GRE for graduate studies), and work data. If you are a student with previous college experience, you will need both high school and previous college transcripts.

Supplemental Materials

Once you complete your application online, you must provide proof of identity and previous coursework to the university. Send a copy of your driver’s license or state-issued ID, a copy of your high school diploma/transcript or GED, and transcripts from any previous universities.

Mail supplemental materials to:

Colorado Christian University

College of Adult and Graduate Studies Admission

8787 West Alameda Avenue

Lakewood, CO 80226

Once the school receives all necessary materials, the admission board will make a decision as quickly as possible. As soon you are informed of your acceptance to the program, you may begin classes at the beginning of the next course cycle, which generally start every five to seven weeks.