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Admission to the College of Undergraduate Studies

Thank you for your interest in applying to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies. We are looking for students who demonstrate strong academic achievement and exemplify a vital Christian pursuit, personal integrity, and a desire for a Christ-centered community.

Minimum Admission Requirements

An official ACT, SAT, or CLT test score is currently optional for admission. However, submitting a test score is required for first-time freshmen to be considered for CCU's two highest-level merit scholarships. NCAA regulations require that potential student-athletes must take the ACT/SAT at an approved location to become eligible to participate in NCAA sports — CLT scores are not accepted for student-athletes.

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Select your student type link below for application instructions, more specific admission requirements, testing information, and key deadlines. Or start your CCU application today. Use code GOCCU to waive the application fee.

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We look forward to getting to know you throughout the application and admission process!

Prospective students for CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies are provided with an admissions team who will help guide you through every step of the admission process. Get to know your team — ask questions, schedule a campus visit, and learn about your next step in the admission process.

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Nestled between the mountains and downtown, CCU's unique location offers the best of both worlds!


Our name says it all — at CCU, Christ is the center. Our goal is to seek Him in all areas of our lives.


Our rigorous academics will equip you for success — all within the framework of a Christian worldview.

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