Campus Development

Great buildings don't make great universities, but a great university requires great buildings.

In October 2012, Colorado Christian University launched a capital campaign to develop CCU's main campus in Lakewood and to support student enrollment growth. At that time, just over 1,000 traditional undergraduate students were enrolled at the Lakewood campus, which was originally designed to accommodate 600 students. Today, more than 1,500 undergraduate students are enrolled in our College of Undergraduate Studies.

Several milestones have been achieved with additional building projects and campaigns underway:

As we pursue our strategic priority to be a great university, we know that great universities have buildings that attract top students and faculty, spaces that foster engagement, equipment that supports learning, offices that engender innovation and camaraderie, halls that build unity, and residence halls that offer the comfort necessary for study — and fun.

We want the next chapter of CCU’s story to be about educating and graduating students who embody our vision: critical and creative thinkers who lead with high ethical and professional standards, embody the character and compassion of Jesus Christ, and who impact the world for His kingdom.

Please consider giving to Colorado Christian University to help advance Christ-centered education. It is an outstanding opportunity not just to educate students but to build the Church, change our culture, and impact the world for Christ. God is at work at CCU — changing lives and making His grace and truth a reality in the world. Without faithful supporters, we could not do it.

Construction Timeline