Trash Club members prepare for their weekly trash pick-up across campus
Feeling connected to your campus is vital to your college experience. CCU offers its students many ways to get involved spiritually, academically, and physically without stepping off campus. Put your heart, mind, and hands to work outside of the classroom and help make a difference.
The Bella Joy Campaign unites students passionate about putting an end to the human trafficking crisis both locally and around the world. The students in this group provide educational and advocacy opportunities for CCU's campus as well as the Denver area. Additionally, the raise money to support national organizations working to end human trafficking.
The purpose of this organization is to build relationships based upon discipleship, encouragement, accountability, and instruction within the CCU community through the distributed responsibility of mentoring relationships. The discipleship advisors minister to discipleship group leaders, who then minister to CCU's freshmen.
In His Service is an honors society committed to maintaining academic excellence, embracing leadership opportunities and serving the needs of the CCU community.
Inkwells supports and serves the writers of the CCU community, that they might become better, more Christ-centered writers who can individually impact the local literacy community for Christ with prose, plays, or poetry.
The International Action Club (IAC) is intended to help students act upon the passions God has given them. IAC organizes events on and off campus to raise awareness of pertinent global issues. IAC partners with missions organizations, non-governmental organizations, and non-profit organizations around the Denver area and beyond. This is done with the ultimate goal of preparing the student body for a life of service which furthers God's kingdom on earth.
The Music Educator's Club provides all members with the opportunity to become acquainted with leaders in the music education profession through participation in programs, demonstrations, discussions, workshops, and performances planned by this chapter, the state music educators association, and the Music Educator's National Conference.
Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) is a national leadership honor society that recognizes superior scholarship, leadership, and character. The society places a special emphasis on the development of the whole person as a member of the college community and as a contributor to a better society. ODK membership offers students instant recognition by businesses and organizations throughout the world.
Pre-Health Club is a resource for students who are interested in a variety of careers within the field of medicine (e.g. doctor, physician's assistant, physical therapist, dentist, nurse, etc.). Students gather and discuss information on required coursework, entrance exams (e.g. MCAT), programs of study, job descriptions, and employment options. In addition, professionals from a variety of medical professions are brought in to discuss their studies, experiences, and insights. Learn more about Pre-Medicine Studies at CCU.
RHA (Residence Hall Association) desires to see the CCU community united and at the same time growing in individual stairwell pride. This group hosts various events to form stairwell unity and strives to meet the needs of students who take advantage of on-campus housing by providing an open forum for students to voice programming requests, housing complaints, and implement desired changes.
SAAC (Student Athletic Advisory Committee) provides an excellent vehicle for communication between the administration of CCU Athletics and student-athletes by providing them with an opportunity to offer input on programs designed to serve their needs as student-athletes.
Sigma Tau Delta is an honorary society for students studying English. It rewards students who have made achievement in English language and literature.
The purpose of Sixth Man is to support CCU athletics events. Members of the Sixth Man group promote and attend athletic events, often dressed in crazy outfits!
Trash Club members serve the Lord and fellow students by picking up trash from the CCU Residence halls every Tuesday evening.
A great opportunity for those students minoring in worship arts, or those interested in becoming worship leaders, to gather to support and encourage one another. The group members plan and attend local worship events together.