Colorado Christian University is proud to have veterans and active servicemen and women on our campus and taking courses online. Many students require financial assistance to pay for tuition and other expenses related to pursuing a college degree. For this reason, CCU, in cooperation with the United States Government, offers a variety of military tuition assistance options to help the men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving our country earn an undergraduate or graduate degree. Veterans and active duty military personnel can pursue an education that is not only affordable but one of the best in the nation. For a thorough explanation of the educational benefits afforded to military service members, veterans and their dependents, please read our page entitled, “Military Service Members and Veterans Educational Benefits.” The Post-9/11 GI Bill, VA-BI Bill, and Veterans Yellow Ribbon Program all offer tuition assistance to military members interested in obtaining a college degree. Read more about GI Bill Payment Information on the CCU Web site.
Taking care of veterans and active service members and their families is very important to the faculty and staff of Colorado Christian University. In order to make education more accessible for students in the military, CCU offers academic programs online and at convenient locations throughout Colorado. These flexible education opportunities cater to the needs of adult students who have [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Men and women in the military face challenges that civilians do not when it comes to selecting a college or university. Military servicemen and women, veterans and members of the reserves must find an institution of higher learning that provides that support and financial benefits they need. Colorado Christian University, with several campuses throughout the [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Since August 2009, Colorado Christian University has participated in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon Program, a program designed to help veterans pay for the cost of attending a private school or graduate school. The VA Yellow Ribbon Program is part of the Post- 9/11 GI Bill, a fairly new education benefit program [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Many veterans are finding it easier to find a job upon completion of a degree program from Colorado Christian University because employers are realizing that veterans make great employees. Why? A large percentage of veterans share certain traits that make them highly desirable employees. According to an online article published by Veterans Today: Military & [...]Read the rest of this entry »
The Veterans Yellow Ribbon Program is a benefit in which universities may agree to fund any tuition and fees that exceed the private school yearly maximum allowed by the Veterans Affairs of $17,500. CCU is a member of the Veterans Yellow Ribbon Program, so the VA will match each additional dollar CCU contributes, up to [...]Read the rest of this entry »