Many adults interested in going back to school have a lot of concerns, and one of the biggest is how long it takes to earn a degree. Since the majority of adults have a full-time job and other responsibilities, the thought of being committed to a degree program for any amount of time between one … Continued
Archive: Scholarships & Awards
Colorado Christian University knows the value of higher education and understands that many students need financial assistance to pay for their tuition and expenses related to pursuing a college degree. From military tuition assistance to scholarships designed specifically for adult students returning to school after raising a family or pursuing a career, CCU will regularly post information about various scholarships and awards available to prospective and current students on the CCU blog. Criminal justice scholarship opportunities are available as well as little known nursing grants and scholarships. The CCU Financial Aid Office will allow you to explore financial aid and tuition assistance for adult and graduate students. Through a variety of scholarships, grants and loans, CCU will do everything in its power to help make your dream of acquiring a college degree a reality.
You’ve made up your mind to go back to school. Now, don’t let anything stand in your way — especially delayed financial aid paperwork including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A corrected FAFSA application can take an additional two to three weeks to process according to FinAid, a student resource for tackling … Continued
You’ve dreamed about going to a Christian college, prayed about which one to attend, and you’re finally ready to take the plunge. All that’s left is coming up with the finances to make it all come true. Scholarships are a fantastic way to help pay for your college tuition. Finding and applying for Christian … Continued
What did you want to be when you were young? Are you there yet? Imagine what it would be like to pursue your dreams. We asked Wally from The Wally Show on WAY-FM to IMAGINE he could choose his major all over again, and he said “I would major in something computer related. We all … Continued
It all comes down to cost. Everyone recognizes the importance of higher education for furthering a professional career, but not everyone can afford to go to college or chase that graduate degree. The costs of higher education are on the incline and showing no signs of slowing down. In-state public university tuition can cost as … Continued