We understand that sometimes your path in life changes. That’s why we want to help you take your previous experience and use it to continue on to your destination. Whether you’ve taken a few college courses or you’ve earned your associate’s degree, Colorado Christian University offers a seamless transfer process for adult students looking … Continued
Archive: Adult Learners
Adult learners face unique challenges and often must balance their Colorado Christian University course work with family and career responsibilities. CCU faculty and staff realize that financial concerns often prevent many adults from returning to school to earn an undergraduate or graduate degree to further their career, to better themselves or to pursue a field they have always been interested in but have never had the time or the money to explore. Adult students at CCU often find our online degree programs are perfect for their busy lives. Thousands of adult students have earned degrees from CCU without ever having stepped foot on campus. Adult learners who take their courses online are able to communicate with instructors and classmates, turn assignments in via email, view classroom presentations and even take part in study groups all from their home computer.
Now that you’ve registered for your online class, it’s critical to prepare for your online learning environment. Here are five ways to get ready for the first day of your remote education experience. Set the bar high Self-motivation is integral for successful online learning. So if you establish ambitious goals for your remote learning out … Continued
Your classes may be just a few clicks of your mouse away, but showing appreciation for an online instructor might seem a little less accessible since you are remote from him or her. Actually, though, this kind of thank-you only requires a few clicks and keystrokes as well. Here are a few tips on how … Continued
One of the most common academic schedule questions we receive deals with our class block system. At CCU, we give you the flexibility to tackle your classes in either 5 or 7 week intervals. So which best fits your learning style? It’s a personal decision and you can’t really go wrong. The faculty and … Continued
Whether you’re a parent who’s planning on attending graduate school, or you’re a student planning on starting a family, balancing work and life can seem like a monumental challenge. But many of our graduate students have proven that it can be done. Fortunately with planning, patience, and the help of others, you can find a … Continued