Are you an admitted student to CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies? Watch a welcome message from Dave Bechtold, Dean of Student Services!
You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be considered for any type of financial aid, including education loans and grants.
Payment or payment arrangements for all tuition and fees are due in full the first day of the semester.
Submit all official transcripts from colleges attended so CCU can complete a course transfer evaluation.
See below for access information.
Congratulations on your admittance to Colorado Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS)! We look forward to helping you achieve your educational goals. We know that as a new student, returning to school can be overwhelming. To ensure your success and readiness for your first class, we have outlined the following action items to help you get started.
Your first step is to apply for a CCU Digital Services Account (DSA). (You will need your student identification number to sign up for an account. You can find your ID number in your acceptance letter or you can call your enrollment counselor.) Once your DSA application has been approved, you will be able to access WebAdvisor for course registration, financial aid information, and bill payment; you will also have access to CCU wireless and network computers.
Review and update your Personal and Emergency Information to ensure that your information is accurate. Once you complete this process you will be able to register for classes.
The first time you register for classes at CCU, go to WebAdvisor to search for and register for classes. WebAdvisor will provide information on what courses CCU is offering, the professor teaching the course, and when and where the course will take place. Please consult the video tutorial for first time registrants for assistance with this process, or see the User's Guide.
To ensure your success, please complete the online CAGS Student Orientation prior to your first class. You will learn how to buy your books, maneuver your online course components, request your student ID card, identify your advisor, and much more! After completing orientation, you will have the correct tools to excel in your program and ultimately in the world, as you influence those in your family, work place, and community. The CAGS Student Orientation is available as a reference and resource to you throughout your program at CCU. Continuing students are encouraged to revisit this site often.
To access the CAGS Student Orientation (Students must have a DSA created and be enrolled in a course):
CCU alumni from all colleges
adult and graduate students
year Denver Bible Institute was founded, CCU's heritage institution
members inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda: Sigma Nu, CCU's honor society for adult undergraduate students
degree-granting programs in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies
The above statistics are based on 2013-14 student enrollment in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies, unless otherwise specified.