Colorado Christian University
Colorado Christian University's first embodiment can be found in the Denver Bible Institute, a one-year school term for Bible teaching and Christian ministry founded Clifton Fowler in the year 1914. Through the years, the institute relocated to different sites to accommodate its growing number of students and facility needs. Despite difficult times, mergers, and takeovers, the institute managed to flourish and expand its program offerings until finally becoming the Colorado Christian University in 1989.
Today, Colorado Christian University's Lakewood campus is home to over 7,000 students representing all 50 states and 17 countries across the globe. It currently offers 18 bachelor's and 11 master's degree programs in academic areas ranging from accounting and business, health, to biblical studies. With 5 on-campus accommodation types to choose from, life at Colorado Christian University guarantees its students a full college experience through a variety of events, organizations, and facilities to support social, recreational, fitness, and athletic needs.
- Minimum GPA 2.80
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 59
- Minimum SAT 1060
- Minimum ACT 21