Colorado Christian University
Giving to the Armstrong Center

Giving to the Armstrong Center

Former CCU President Bill Armstrong was fond of saying, "great buildings don't make a great university, but a great university requires great buildings."

The Armstrong Center — a 60,000-square-foot facility that will serve as the academic and spiritual cornerstone for our Lakewood campus — will continue the transformation of CCU's Lakewood campus into a world-class training ground for future business, church, and world leaders. Since 2015, the University has dedicated four new facilities — providing much-needed academic classrooms, student housing, and meeting spaces.

The University is currently in the homestretch in making the Armstrong Center a reality — and a testament to God's continued faithfulness to CCU. It will house the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics and will allow the School of Music to return to main campus, house an expanded library, feature a 500-seat performance auditorium, and will be home to the University's first-ever dedicated chapel.

We ask that you prayerfully consider your most generous gift to the Armstrong Legacy Initiative at Colorado Christian University. For more than a century CCU has been dedicated to providing Christ-centered higher education that transforms students to impact the world with grace and truth. Your donation to the Armstrong Legacy Initiative will ensure that generations of students will be trained and prepared to advance the kingdom of Christ for another 100 years.

If your generous gift to the Armstrong Center is more than $25,000, please contact Vice President Eric Hogue before making your donation online.


Eric Hogue

Vice President of University Advancement
Email: ehogue@ccu.edu
Phone: 303-963-3320

Please call or email me for more information about the Armstrong Center and how you can help Colorado Christian University transform our campus to better serve our students.


I feel a great sense of destiny about the opportunity to educate a new generation of leaders. It is the most significant, energizing, and rewarding work I have ever undertaken.

— Bill Armstrong, upon being named president of CCU in 2006

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