Colorado's Flagship Christian University
Founded in 1914, Colorado Christian University is the premier interdenominational Christian college in Colorado and the eight-state Rocky Mountain region, delivering world-class education to thousands of students.
As a member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, CCU is ranked among the top universities nationwide.
The University currently offers more than 50-degree options for traditional undergraduate students through the College of Undergraduate Studies. Adult and graduate students have more than 80-degree options through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies and CCU Online.
The Strobel Center for Applied Apologetics at CCU focuses on equipping a vast network of Christians who are actively engaged in the marketplace of ideas in local churches and communities, in the media, in the entertainment world, on the internet, and throughout popular culture in order to bring spiritual renewal to the church in America.
Colorado Christian University’s public policy think tank, Centennial Institute, works to enhance public understanding of the most important issues facing Colorado and the nation. Established in 2009, Centennial Institute aims to foster faith, family, and freedom; teach citizenship, and renew the spirit of 1776.
The information on this page will help you learn more about what makes CCU unique, introduce you to CCU's leaders, find information about the University's 100-year heritage, and learn facts and stats associated with the University and its academic programs.
Additionally, if you are planning a visit to CCU, you can get maps and directions to all of CCU's locations and recommended hotels near the main campus in Lakewood, Colorado.