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.

The MoolahSPOT $1,000 Scholarship

Deadline: August 31, 2011 The $1,000 MoolahSPOT Scholarship is sponsored by MoolahSPOT.com and helps students of any age pay for higher education. The scholarship is a competition based on a short essay. Family income, grades and test scores are not used in selecting a winner. The award must be used for any education-related expenses such … Continued

R2C Scholarship Program

Eligibility Applicants must be U.S. citizens or legal residents who are starting a program of higher education (college or graduate school) within the next 12 months or are currently full- or part-time students. Applicants must be age 17 years or older. There is no maximum age limit. Deadline There are three application periods. Fall Period … Continued

$2,000 “No Essay” College Scholarship

Super easy Anyone can win We know you’re busy and we know that times are tough. That’s why we decided to create the easiest possible scholarship to give something back to students. Students can use the money to help cover tuition, housing, meal plans, books, computers, or any education-related expenses. Apply Here

Scholarship Opportunity

We invite you to write an original essay – up to 1000 words-long  addressing the following questions: How has this book “From Failure to Promise: An Uncommon Path to Professoriate”, positively impacted your pursuit of success and promise? What is your commitment to improving the lives of global citizens once you’ve reached your destined promise? … Continued

The Ryan & Jamie Smith Spring 2011 Essay Contest Question ($5,000)

Do you think it is possible to end extreme poverty in the next 30 years?  If so how? Scholarship Information The Ryan & Jamie Smith Essay Contest is available to students who are at least 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited educational institution. You must submit an essay of less than 1000 words … Continued