President's Christmas Brunch

Sunday, December 5, 2021

By Invitation Only

One of CCU’s most prestigious events of the year is a celebratory brunch at Denver’s historic Brown Palace to honor incoming students from our Preferred Admission Program. Select students who have been admitted to our College of Undergraduate Studies for the Fall 2022 semester are invited to join CCU’s president, Dr. Donald W. Sweeting, on Sunday, December 5, 2021, for a commemorative brunch recognizing the future Colorado Christian University Class of 2026.

CCU’s Preferred Admission Program began in the fall of 2015 as an opportunity for students and their families to save time and money in the college application process, as well as to provide added scholarship opportunities, and benefits in housing and class registrations. The President’s Brunch at the Brown Palace brings early-admitted students together to kick off the beginning of their CCU journey with their future classmates and a heartfelt welcome from the University's president.

Each select student (by invitation only) and a parent or guardian are formally welcome to this exclusive event at one of Denver’s most luxurious historic landmarks. Business casual attire is recommended.

We look forward to formally welcoming you — the CCU Class of 2026 — into our community as we celebrate together in fellowship and festivity.

Space is limited.

Additional Items to Note

In order to attend the President's Christmas Brunch at The Brown Palace, the following steps must be completed:

  1. Complete your application and all admission application requirements. 
  2. Students must be admitted to CCU by midnight (MST) on December 3, 2021.
  3. Submit your Tuition deposit by midnight (MST) on December 3, 2021. 

Contact your enrollment team for more information on becoming a preferred admit. 

The Brown Palace

Originally designed as the early Denver developer Henry C. Brown’s “Palace Hotel,” The Brown Palace is a premier location for celebrating life’s milestone moments such as these. Open since 1892, and the second oldest surviving hotel in Denver, the Brown Palace boasts nine stories of Italian Renaissance design, including an atrium at the center topped with a stained-glass ceiling and skylight, along with a two-story dining room and ballroom augmented with views of the Rocky Mountains.