Colorado Christian University is excited to offer dual credit courses to high schools, delivering college credits for courses taught on your campus with your instructors.
Individual high schools choose which courses they would like to make
dual credit and apply for approval. Most schools choose to make
certain honors and AP courses dual credit, but we’re open to other
unique courses in your curriculum. Plus, there’s no fee to apply for
dual credit courses and no restrictions to how many or few a school
High schools will submit applications for each course they select for the
program: CCU needs the application, resume of the instructor, and
course syllabus. The course will then go through an approval process
with CCU’s Academic Affairs office.
Individual high schools determine which students are eligible for dual
credit courses and how many each student can take. Typically, these
are junior and senior-level courses that are more rigorous than
Once a student enrolls for the dual credit course at the high school, they
can visit secure.ccu.edu/dualcredits to fill out the registration form and
pay the $200 course fee.Enrollment for the fall ends on September 30 and spring registration
ends on February 28. A student may withdraw from a course by returning
to the registration page and filling out the withdrawal form. Tuition will
be returned dependent on the date of withdrawal.
The high school is responsible for submitting final grades using CCU’s
grading scale. These grades can be submitted to Carey Ellison,
email@example.com at the conclusion of the course.
Students who have enrolled in a CCU dual credit course can
submit a transcript order through our online ordering system at
www.ccu.edu/transcript. If a student is placing this order before
final grades have been posted, they should indicate on their order
that they wish to have grades held for current semester grades.