After nearly 150 years, the holiday weekend we know as Memorial Day has changed only slightly in name and function, but the spirit in which the holiday was founded lives on here at CCU and around the nation. Decoration Day, as it was first known, started in 1868 after the Civil War to serve exactly … Continued
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.
Accessibility is important to any university student, especially for those in the military. Realizing these unique needs created by a military career and lifestyle, CCU elected to work in conjunction with military base education services staff members to ensure that opportunities are offered allowing military members to reach their educational goals. Colorado Christian University’s affiliation … Continued
G.I. Jobs has named CCU a “military-friendly college” for the high level of support CCU gives to its active and retired military students. Steve Perfors, an Honorably Discharged Army Veteran, says of military-friendly programs, “The biggest point is having a good veterans’ student organization that gets military people involved. That is the biggest hurdle.” At … Continued
It’s always great to be home for Christmas, but if you’re a military student it’s not always possible. While you’ll surely miss your loved ones back home, you can make your Christmas away from home memorable, and maybe even share it with some new friends. Here are a few ideas to help you get started. … Continued
There’s been plenty of controversy surrounding the Patient Protection and Affordability Act (better known as Obamacare), but like it or not, this legislation’s provisions continue to go into effect. Obamacare covers a wide array of issues related to health care in the United States, but is ultimately intended to provide better coverage for millions of … Continued