The Anschutz Student Center is a place where great ideas are discussed and where discipleship occurs.

On Thursday, August 24, 2017, the Colorado Christian University community gathered with community leaders and representatives from the Anschutz Foundation to welcome students into the Anschutz Student Center. The Student Center stands at the center of CCU's campus and provides 60,000 square feet of dining, hangout, fitness, and office space.

The north side of the building takes advantage of a natural slope in the landscape, creating a walkout and natural lighting. The Anschutz Student Center's upper floor is a hangout space for students, including a game room and Student Life and Student Activities offices. The main floor of the student center houses the Cougar Den, featuring grab-and-go food and additional seating.

The Great Room on the main level of the Student Center is a beautiful space, available for many different gatherings of students and visitors on campus. The wood, stone, and fireplace — combined with the natural daylight — provide an inviting space for people to gather on campus.

Ted Harms, the executive director of the Anschutz Foundation, shared that investing in the Student Center was a "no-brainer because of CCU's Christian values and principles."