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. To learn more about online programs for adult learners, please read the Adult Degree Completion Student Admissions page.

Title VII and How it Affects College Application

Title VII is an important part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It affirms and brings into law some essential rights for all Americans and prohibits discrimination based on religion, national origin, color, race, and sex. While it gained a lot of attention at the time, the law was first enacted for supporting equal … Continued

5 Reasons Online Colleges are Perfect for Military Students

The demands of training, work shifts, transfers within the United States, and deployment abroad can all disrupt a military student’s ability to attend classes on a physical campus. However, these should not affect the student’s ability to earn a degree. Instead of pursuing a degree on campus, members of the military should consider an online … Continued

How to Apply your Classroom Skills on the First Day Back on the Job

Rising to Meet a New Challenge The transition back to full-time employment from student life can be daunting, and many people wonder if they will be able to cope to life back in the “real world”. After all, the classroom skills needed to succeed in college are very different from those needed for a successful … Continued