Colorado Christian University
Visit CCU

Visit CCU

Plan Your Visit to CCU in Lakewood, Colorado

Preview Days

As our premier CCU visit experience, Preview is designed for both high school and transfer students as well as their parents. Our Preview guests you will tour the campus, meet University professors, administrators, and current CCU students, as well as hear an admissions overview including important financial aid information. Preview gives you the 360° experience — balancing fun with the "need to know" information you want.

Interested in Music? Auditions are required for acceptance as a music/theatre major or minor, for participation in any ensemble, and for music scholarship consideration. You can schedule an audition during your visit to CCU or during any of our Preview events! Visit our music auditions webpage for more information.

Individual Campus Visits

Weekday Campus Visits

Weekday Campus Visits are offered at 9:00 a.m. Monday - Friday and 2:15 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays. Your time on campus includes a group admissions presentation, a campus tour led by a current CCU student, a financial aid information session and Q&A with a member of our admissions team.

Holiday Visits

Throughout the school year there are several weeks that feature a modified 10:00 a.m. visit schedule. Holiday breaks, the first week of classes, and Finals Week are just a few examples.

If our visit schedule does not accommodate you, please call our Welcome Center at 303-963-3204 so that we can set up a time for you to experience CCU that better aligns with your schedule.

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World Changers Scholarship Weekend

Each January, Colorado Christian University hosts our World Changers Scholarship Weekend for new freshmen in CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies who have been awarded CCU's Trustees' scholarship. The prestigious World Changers Scholarships are reserved for three graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential. During the weekend, three students win a full-tuition World Changers Scholarship, renewable annually for up to four years. This event is by invitation only.

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CCU To You

Each year, the CCU Office of Undergraduate Admissions travels to a series of CCU To You receptions across the country. Each CCU To You program typically features a presentation led by admissions officers, a question-and-answer session, and current CCU students and parents as speakers. Don't miss this chance to visit with members of our admissions staff and to learn more about CCU's academic opportunities, student life, and affordability through financial aid. Learn more about CCU to You dates and locations.

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Admitted students, we can't wait to see you on campus! But before you get here, you’re invited to join us for a very special event with Colorado Christian University — join us for one of our CCUBOUND events. This is a great opportunity for you to finalize your college plans. You'll learn more about CCU, including our academic programs, financial aid opportunities, our focus on spiritual formation, and so much more!

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Scholarship Recognition Weekend

Each spring, CCU hosts Scholarship Recognition and Registration Weekend – an event specifically designed for all our new students who have been awarded any of the following scholarships to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies. The weekend includes a special evening of worship and celebration for our scholarship winners, along with the special opportunity to: register for classes, review financial aid, choose housing and roommates, and hang out with future classmates meet professors. This event is by invitation only.

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Young Christian Conservatives Leadership Conference

Discover your potential, envision your future, and be inspired for freedom. Spend an extraordinary week during the summer at Colorado Christian University with like-minded young Americans, enjoying the Colorado summer, while gaining the knowledge and skills to do your part in keeping our country great. Students age 16-20 who desire to work on leadership development, learn about politics in a free society, make new friends, and share ideas about America’s future.