“A Message for Students Planning to Study in the United States This Year” from David Donahue, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Visa Services
Upon review of this material, the International Student Coordinator will issue and mail your I-20. Please note that this may take several months to process.
International students must report to the International Student Coordinator within 30 days of their program start date and submit the following documents:
International students must carry a full semester hour load to be considered full-time status.
If you have an I-20 from Colorado Christian University, you will be allowed to transfer out of CCU after completion of one academic semester. You will need to contact CCU's International Student Coordinator to release the SEVIS record to your new school, usually done via a Transfer Form. (You will need to provide the name of your new school and transfer release date.) On your transfer release date, the new school will have access to your record and can create and print a new I-20.
You must notify your current school of your intent to transfer into Colorado Christian University.
International students are not eligible for U.S. Federal Student Loans. CCU scholarships are not available for international students.
Student and Exchange Visitor Program
NCA Higher Learning Commission
Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
Council of Independent Colleges
Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability