Colorado Christian University
CCU Facts and Stats
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CCU Facts and Stats

Colorado Christian University by the Numbers

In 1914, what began as a one-room school with two students and a single instructor is now a fully accredited university with over 8,500 students. Today, Colorado Christian University is the only evangelical Christian institution of higher learning in the Rocky Mountain region, with a suburban campus, enrollment centers in six cities throughout Colorado, and thousands of accomplished alumni worldwide.

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


Annual University Census Data — Compiled September 2020

Enrollment

Total CCU Enrollment

8,579


Traditional Undergraduate Enrollment

1,417


Adult Undergraduate Enrollment

5,565


Graduate Student Enrollment

1,597



Total Annual Applications

10,043


Traditional Undergraduate Applications

2,362


Adult Undergraduate Applications

6,257


Graduate Student Applications

1,424



College of Undergraduate Studies Freshman Retention (Fall to Spring)

2019-2020 Retention

92%


2018-2019 Retention

94%


2017-2018 Retention

92%


2016-2017 Retention

93%


2015-2016 Retention

92%

Students and Faculty

Student Demographics

U.S. States Represented

50


Countries Represented

18


Out-of-State Students

59%


Students Living on Campus (Traditional)

68%


Female Students

70%


Male Students

30%


Student Athletes

221


Denominations Represented

48


Faculty Information

College of Undergraduate Studies Faculty

168


Full-Time Faculty

71


Affiliate Faculty

97


College of Adult and Graduate Studies Faculty

600


Full-Time Faculty

56


Affiliate Faculty

544


Student-Faculty Ratio, College of Undergraduate Studies

15:1


Student-Faculty Ratio, College of Adult and Graduate Studies

11:1

Degrees

Total Degrees Awarded (2020)

1,058


Associate Degrees

122


Bachelor's Degrees

648


Master's Degrees

264

Financial Aid

Traditional Undergraduate Students

Federal Scholarships/Grants

$1,653,499


State Scholarships/Grants

$1,143,898


Institutional Scholarship/Grants

$23,579,235


Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid

65%


Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid

99%


Adult Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Federal Scholarships/Grants

$9,235,242


State Scholarships/Grants

$1,467,720


Institutional Scholarship/Grants

$2,024,849


Students Qualified for Need-Based Aid

72%


Students Qualified for Any Form of Aid

86%