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.

Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

If you are a member of the military or are a veteran interested in pursing a degree program at Colorado Christian University, there are various types of tuition assistance available to you that you may  not know about. The Post-9/11 GI Bill, considered to be the most comprehensive education benefits package since the GI Bill … Continued

VA-GI Bill Benefits at CCU

Colorado Christian University is approved for Veterans Affairs Educational Benefits provided by the Montgomery GI Bill and

CCU Extends Military Tuition Assistance Program in 2012

The faculty and staff at Colorado Christian University know the value of higher education and understand that many, if not most, students require some type of financial assistance to attend a good college or university. If you do not require financial assistance, you are fortunate and in the minority. Because most CCU students do require … Continued

For Profit Colleges Overloading Military Students in Debt

One of the big attractions of going into the military is the fact they offer money for education after the person is discharged. The amount of money they’ll pay is often tied to how many years the person is in, but even those military students who are only in for the basic 4 years still … Continued

The GI Bill and Your Military Higher Education

“Do I really need more education?” Most soldiers in the armed forces have probably asked the question about military higher education. Is it necessary? Is it worth it? Let’s ask the question from various angles, and get some honest answers. “I don’t see how getting an education while I’m in the military could help.” There … Continued