Colorado Christian University
CCU Facts and Stats
CCU undergraduate students going in to Leprino Hall.

CCU Facts and Stats

Colorado Christian University by the Numbers

In just over 10 decades, what began as a one-room school with two students and a single teacher has become a fully accredited university enrolling thousands of undergraduate and graduate students. Today, Colorado Christian University is the only evangelical institution of higher learning in the Rocky Mountain region, with learning centers in six cities, a suburban campus, and thousands of alumni around the world.

CCU continues to increase academic standards, enrollment, and community life while becoming financially strong and well prepared for future growth and opportunities.

Enrollment

Total Enrollment
8,486

Traditional Undergraduates

1,414


Adult Undergraduates

5,605


Graduate Students

1,467



Total Annual Applications
9,979

Traditional Undergraduates

2,271


Adult Undergraduates

6,309


Graduate Students

1,399



Traditional Freshman Retention (Fall to Spring)

2018-2019

94%


2017-2018

92%


2016-2017

93%


2015-2016

92%


2014-2015

93%



Freshman Profile (Fall 2019)

Average ACT Score

24.7


Average SAT Score

1169


Average High School GPA

3.81


Students and Faculty

Student Demographics

U.S. States Represented

50


Countries Represented

21


Out-of-State

56%


Living on Campus (Traditional)

69%


Female Students

70%


Male Students

30%


Student Athletes

207


Denominations Represented

50



Faculty Information

Traditional Undergraduate Faculty

148


Full-Time

66


Affiliate

82


Adult/Graduate Faculty

532


Full-Time

52


Affiliate

480


Student-Faculty Ratio, Undergraduate

16:1


Student-Faculty Ratio, Adult/Graduate

11:1


Degrees

Degrees

Total Degrees Awarded (2019)

1,043


Associate Degrees

130


Bachelor's Degrees

633


Master's Degrees

264


Financial Aid

Traditional Undergraduate Students

Federal Scholarships/Grants

$1,831,178


State Scholarships/Grants

$912,024


Institutional Scholarship/Grants

$20,683,461


Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid

65%


Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid

99%



Adult/Graduate Students

Federal Scholarships/Grants

$10,100,877


State Scholarships/Grants

$1,528,631


Institutional Scholarship/Grants

$2,624,913


Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid

72%


Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid

88%