Fall Dual Credit Student Registration opens August 1, 2015.
CCU Dual Credit Students have access to helpful online resources through WebAdvisor, CCU's online student portal. Find out how to get started on the Information for Students and Parents page.
Colorado Christian University (CCU) offers Dual Credit courses to high schools, delivering college credits for courses taught on high school campuses, with the school’s curriculum and by the school’s instructors. Students enrolled in dual credit can receive both high school and college credit for the course. Most colleges and universities will accept dual credit if the student earns a grade of C or better.
A dual credit course is taught at the college level, so it prepares students for college work and facilitates the transition between high school and college. Through dual credit courses, students are receiving college credit during high school at a much reduced rate of a college course, therefore, it reduces the cost of a college education and the time needed to complete a degree program.
CCU is a fully accredited, four-year Christian university located in Lakewood, Colorado. Our accreditation, through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of College and Schools, means that credits are transferable to almost any school in the nation-including state universities and private colleges.