While you are studying in your online degree program the bulk of your focus lies in doing well in your classes in order to fulfill the requirements of your degree program. But your pursuit of higher learning and personal growth doesn’t end when you graduate. In fact, it is just the beginning. In the “old … Continued
Your contribution to and involvement with Colorado Christian University does not have to end the day you receive your diploma. CCU has a wonderful alumni network to stay connected to the people you share great college memories with from years past. Being active in CCU’s alumni association allows you to continue your commitment to CCU and our mission to provide students a Christ-centered community of learners and mentors with an enduring commitment to integrating exemplary academics, spiritual growth and world engagement. Visit the CCU blog Alumni section for upcoming alumni events and news.
What’s the most important thing about college? If you’re thinking “diploma,” you’re only half right. An important college takeaway isn’t a piece of paper, but is rather a group of people. Once your college education is complete, the alumni network is one of the most valuable assets that you have.
The proudest day in a parent’s life, aside from the day a child is born and when that child has children is the day they graduate from college. Parents know that the graduate has a life in front of them with a certain amount of security in it because of the degree they just earned. … Continued
If you’ve ever trooped across a stage in a cap and gown, you’re a prime candidate for phone calls, mailings, and e-blasts for alma mater donations. Your alma mater wants your donation, and it doesn’t matter how much debt you have. However, alma mater donations are really low for 2010, and there’s not a whole … Continued