Thousands of adult students have earned accredited degrees from CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies – ONLINE– without ever setting foot on campus. Everything you need to complete your degree program successfully is available from your computer. You can log in any time, at your convenience, to view your instructors’ presentations, participate in discussions with your classmates, and submit your weekly assignments.
In CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies, students find that learning happens best in community. This applies to online students at CCU as well as those who attend classes in person.
CCU’s Cohort Model contributes to the sense of community that our online students experience. Students join a group of students and journey together through your degree or certificate program. Your courses are offered one at a time in a pre-determined sequence, up until completion.
The cohort model of learning has long been embraced within the Christian tradition. We see examples in the New Testament of believers gathering in communal settings for the purpose of study and fellowship (Acts 2). The writer of the Book of Hebrews encouraged this spirit of collaboration (Hebrews 10).
With CCU’s unique online model, from day one you’ll be prepared to return to school. Every student begins with a class specific to adult learners – you’ll understand topics that will ensure your success, whether it’s been five months or 50 years since your last class. Plus, with small class sizes and caring professors, you’ll gain from knowing whom you’re working – and learning – with.
Not sure about online classes? Did you know you’ll earn the same degree as students who attend in-seat classes? All Colorado Christian University online degrees are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and credits are generally transferable anywhere. You’ll enjoy the control appropriate for adult students while appreciating the benefits of 21st century learning -- dialogue with a community of students and unprecedented access to your professors.
For students in Colorado, many attend some online classes, as well as brick and mortar locations. Enjoy the best of both worlds!
If you are interested in earning and associate or bachelor's degree, see the admission requirements for adult undergraduate students. If you are interested in earning your master's degree, get information for graduate students.
Explore all of your financial aid options to get the most value for your education investment. You must submit the FAFSA in order to qualify for financial aid.
Take advantage of CCU's generous Transfer Credit program. You can even earn credit for prior life experiences that many adult students bring to the classroom.
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