Colorado Christian University
Colorado Christian University
Dual Credit Program

Dual Credit Program

Why Take a CCU Dual Credit Course?

The CCU Dual Credit program not only saves you money, but also saves you time when you attend a higher education institution. By taking a CCU dual credit course, students receive college credit at a highly reduced rate compared to taking the course at college and are able to still enjoy their high school experience.

As a four-year liberal arts university accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, our credits transfer to many colleges and universities nationwide. Institutions, including CCU, differ on how they accept both AP and dual credits and can vary their policies from year to year and for various programs. Students should contact higher education institutions of interest regarding credit transfer, prior to registering for a dual credit course.

Students enrolled in dual credit courses receive both high school and college credit.

CCU Dual Credit Students have access to helpful online resources through WebAdvisor, CCU's online student portal. Find out how to get started on the Information for Students and Parents page.

CCU Dual Credit students must order transcripts in order for them to be sent to universities. 

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  • Students and Parents

    Wondering if Dual Credit is for you? Curious about scholarships and how to get started? 

  • High Schools

    Interested in becoming a Dual Credit Partner school? Wondering how your high school can qualify?

  • Dual Credit Team

    Dual Credit representatives come from a variety of backgrounds and serve high school students from around the U.S.