This is a great place is you want to come and become brain washed into a christian drone. Tuition is ridiculous for the half ass facilities they provide, student housing is awful. The cafeteria food is unhealthy and sickening. Goose poop covers majority of all sidewalks. The campus pond smells like something died in there and most of the students are sheltered home school kids who do not know anything about the real world and are afraid to stand up reality in which they are not even living in. Classes are ridiculously easy and teachers are super lenient and its awesome how much you do not have to apply your self if you don't want to. Mandatory chapel and 250 hours of community service is outrageous to have to complete in order to graduate.
CCU`s program includes a program which will guarantee involvement in ministry or outreach, character building and will help you find your true faith in Christ. As in many college programs, you will get out of it what you put into it. Most of the professors and classes were top notch and very helpful in studies and on a spiritual level if you are willing to listen to what they say and take the time to speak with them. Classes were not extremely tough but did challenge me in many ways and have been helpful in establishing my career and going on to furthur study. The campus has recently undergone a great deal of beautification and the Lakewood area is the perfect setting for students to enjoy their university years in Colorado. One semester at a secular college and I craved to be back home at CCU!
I would strongly suggest that you would spend a lot of time in prayer before committing to CCU. In my experience they rolled out the red carpet for student previews and promised the stars but once enrolled found administration and a good percentage of the faculty to be less than helpful in any area of life. In one instance when asking for help in the classroom I was told to go find a different school. Don't expect anything but trouble trying to get transcripts from them upon graduation either. CCU does not live up to its name and would much rather invest in new buildings than its alumni or students. It should by no means be a non-profit, and when half of the feedback on CCU is negative I would be skeptical. Again I would strongly suggest spending time in prayer and doing a good amount of research on other schools. There are a lot of Christian schools that are less expensive and I guarantee you will get the same education if not better and find administration and faculty that care a lot more.
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