All qualified entrants in the Spring 2017 CCU and K-LOVE Scholarship Contest will win a $1,000 tuition scholarship, and two grand prizes will also be awarded: one $10,000 tuition scholarship and one $5,000 tuition scholarship toward an associate degree, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, educator licensing program, or certificate program from CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies.*
A random drawing for the $10,000 grand prize scholarship and $5,000 grand prize scholarship will be held on February 17, 2017. The names of the winners will be posted on the CCU and K-LOVE Scholarship Contest website. Once notified, the grand prize scholarship winners must accept the scholarship within 14 calendar days. If the winner does not accept the scholarship within 14 calendar days, the scholarship will be awarded to the next entrant in the random drawing.
The scholarship is designed to be distributed evenly among multiple courses in the student's degree program at Colorado Christian University, and may not exceed the cost of a course. The scholarship may only be used toward courses offered directly by CCU.
Tuition credits will be deducted from the student’s account balance. All course billings must be paid, or have a payment arrangement contract in place, prior to the first day of the class. The scholarship funds must be used by the fall 2019 semester. Any unused portion will be forfeited after that date.
Visit the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Financial Aid website for more information about tuition, scholarships, and flexible options for making your degree program affordable.
* The scholarship promotion is not applicable to degree programs in CCU’s College of Undergraduate Studies which offers traditional residential-based programs. See qualifying academic programs for a list of programs in our College of Adult and Graduate Studies that qualify for this scholarship offer.
The College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) at Colorado Christian University offers courses to online students in all states with the exception of the following program-specific state exclusions: