CCU Makes Economic Impact in South Metro Area, Expanding Adult and Graduate Education

Colorado Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies continues to expand its presence throughout the Denver Metro community, most recently with the opening of a new adult undergraduate and graduate education center in the Denver Tech Center area southeast of Denver, Colorado. Classes began on August 26.

On Saturday, October 11, the public is invited to attend a grand opening celebration at CCU's Denver Tech Center location. Festivities will include free food, live music, prizes, and tours of the facility. For more information about this event, visit the new Denver Tech Center home page and click the link entitled "Denver Tech Center Grand Opening," or call 303-963-3215.

CCU's "Denver Tech Center" is located in the Inverness Business Park at 104 Inverness Way South, east of Interstate Highway 25 and County Line Road near the Park Meadows Mall. The center offers accredited programs including a bachelor of science in business administration; a bachelor of science in organizational management, with emphases in human resources, Christian leadership, or project management; an MBA; and a certificate in biblical studies.

"We are very excited about providing expanded opportunities for adult and graduate student education in local communities," stated CCU President Bill Armstrong. "This new CCU location is just one more indication of our commitment to bringing Christ-centered education to as many students as possible. Our adult and graduate programs, led by Vice President Richard Crombie, are preparing a strategy for growth that will continue for several years; stated simply, we intend to be a major presence in higher education within Colorado and beyond."

CCU currently operates six adult undergraduate and graduate education centers across Colorado, as well as several partner and satellite locations, a global online program, and a main residential campus in Lakewood, Colorado.