The total amount to attend Colorado Christian University is a combination of full-time tuition and fees, as well as costs of room and board for students living on campus. However, in most cases, your net cost to attend CCU will be considerably less than the total annual amount.
92% of traditional undergraduates at CCU receive financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants, which do not have to be repaid, so it's important to understand that most of our students do not pay the full amount listed below.
CCU encourages all of our student to apply for financial aid through the Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Your actual, out-of-pocket costs to attend CCU will be determined by your family's financial need and your eligibility for merit-based scholarships, as well as other scholarships.
*Please note that this is subject to choice of room and board, which may raise or lower costs.
**These costs do not include travel, books, and personal expenses, which will vary widely among students. See the complete detail of undergraduate tuition and fees.
See some of the sample financial aid packages of actual CCU students below, or use our Net Price Calculator for an estimate of what your actual costs may be after financial aid. Keep in mind that CCU offers other scholarships and grants to assist students to assist with the cost of attendance. CCU can also assist with payment options, including a monthly payment plan.