2018 News

CCU Receives $5 Million Gift to Armstrong Legacy Campaign

Colorado Christian University has received a $5 million donation to the Armstrong Legacy Campaign. The cash gift, from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous, is the second-largest in University history.

Scheffel Re-Elected to Colorado State Board of Education

Dr. Debora Scheffel, dean of the School of Education in the College of Undergraduate Studies at Colorado Christian University, has won re-election to the Colorado State Board of Education, representing the 4th Congressional District of Colorado.

CCU's Charles Denler on the piano

CCU Music Professor Tops Charts With Latest Album Release

Colorado Christian University music professor Charles Denler’s latest album, "Wild Mustang Suite," went to No. 1 on the June and September Radio Spin Charts and has more than 12 million plays on SoundCloud.

CCU CFO Dan Cohrs Makes List of Top Executives

Daniel L. Cohrs, Colorado Christian University's vice president of Business Affairs and chief financial officer, has been named one of the Denver-metro area's top executives by the Denver Business Journal.

World Premier of "Prodigy" at CCU

A poignant story of discovery and growth, Prodigy follows one woman's journey of self-discovery. This production will debut Wednesday, August 29, at the CCU Music Center, with four additional performances scheduled through September 1.

CCU to Continue Expansion of University Housing

After nine consecutive years of record enrollment at Colorado Christian University's main campus in Lakewood, Colorado, CCU has broken ground on a new residential building. Named in honor of one of CCU's heritage institutions Rockmont Hall.

New Colorado Christian University Logo

CCU's new University logo embraces a modern and academic look while honoring our enduring commitment to Christ-centered higher education that transforms students to impact the world with grace and truth.

New Master’s Degree in Cyber Security

In response to the increasing frequency of cyber security threats and costly data breaches, Colorado Christian University has launched a new Master of Science in Cyber Security.

Ed Meese Receives Armstrong Award

CCU's Centennial Institute honored former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III with the William L. Armstrong Award for visionary leadership in service to the American idea.

CCU Wins 6th RMAC Sportsmanship Cup

Colorado Christian Athletics was awarded the 2017-2018 Sportsmanship Cup award in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). Not only is this the second year in a row that CCU has received this award, the University has won the Sportsmanship Cup six of the 12 years the award has been made available.

CCU Celebrates Religious Freedom and Supreme Court Victory

We are grateful for today's Supreme Court decision in upholding the religious freedom and freedom of conscience for our friend Jack Phillips, and in recognizing the overreach of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

CCU and MOPS International, Inc. Partnership

CCU Offers Exclusive Discount to MOPS International

CCU's Adult and Graduate Studies has signed an exclusive strategic partnership agreement with MOPS International, Inc. The agreement offers a 30% discount to MOPS International, Inc. members toward undergraduate tuition in CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies and 10% toward graduate program tuition.

Dr. Janet Black Named Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs

Colorado Christian University President Donald W. Sweeting today announced that Dr. Janet Black, long-time professor of English and co-chair of the English department at CCU, has been named assistant vice president for Academic Affairs in the College of Undergraduate Studies.

New Graduate Emphasis Addresses Cultural Competency

Colorado Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies launched a new emphasis in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) for the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction (MACI) program.

Statement on the Death of Rev. Billy Graham

Colorado Christian University community mourns the loss of one of the most effective and faithful evangelists of the twentieth century, Billy Graham.

CCU Mourns Passing of Deputy Micah Flick

Deputy Flick, an 11-year deputy with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, was killed in the line of duty Monday, February 5, 2018 in a shooting that wounded two other deputies, a Colorado Springs police officer, and a civilian.

CCU Mourns Passing of Dr. Kelton Lustig

Dr. Kelton Lustig, beloved CCU professor in CCU's School of Education, passed away on December 23, 2017. Dr. Lustig served as CCU for nearly 20 years.