Colorado Christian University has established Dual Credit, Legacy, and Partner Scholarships to provide prospective students the opportunity to pursue their education through the College of Undergraduate Studies.
The awards listed below are for new CCU students enrolling in 2016-17, and are guaranteed for up to eight semesters as long as the student maintains satisfactory academic progress (SAP) and is continuously enrolled in CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies. Scholarships are awarded evenly by semester, and students must be enrolled each semester to be eligible.
After meeting admissions requirements, eligible students may qualify for up to two scholarships listed below. Eligible students may qualify for $1,250 from either category: Dual Credit Scholarship, Legacy Scholarship, Partners in Christian Education (PICE) or Partners in Spiritual Formation (PISF) for a total of $2,500 per academic year for a maximum of four years. Partner Scholarship eligibility is determined based on the student's affiliation with a partner institution at the time of their application and acceptance to the University.
Eligible students may stack legacy and partnership scholarships on top of academic/merit scholarships, but must be admitted to the University by May 1st. Students who receive a Dual Credit, Legacy, and/or Partner Scholarship may also be eligible for federal and/or CCU institutional aid.
The Dual Credit Scholarship* is an initiative between Colorado Christian University and select public high schools. The Dual Credit Public High School scholarship is available for new freshman who are currently enrolled in CCU’s Dual Credit Program at their high school. Recipients will receive a $1,250 annual award ($5,000 maximum up to eight semesters) to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies. *Students who are enrolled in CCU’s Dual Credit Program at one of our Partners in Christian Education (PICE) Schools will be eligible to receive the PICE Scholarship (see below). Students must apply and be accepted by May 1 of each year in order to be eligible. Student eligibility is subject to program terms and conditions.
The Legacy Scholarship is designed to assist children and/or siblings of CCU alumni and current students to continue the CCU tradition. To be eligible, the student must:
The Legacy Scholarship is available for new freshman and transfer students. Recipients will receive a $1,250 annual award ($5,000 maximum up to eight semesters) to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies.
Students must apply and be accepted to CCU by May 1 of each year in order to be eligible. The parent or sibling of the applicant must be a graduate of OR currently enrolled student in: CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies, CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies, or a CCU heritage institution. Student eligibility is subject to program terms and conditions.
Interested students should consult their CCU enrollment counselor for application guidelines and details.