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Colorado Christian University

Men
Women
# Applicants
390
723
# Admitted
312
593
% Admitted
80.0%
82.0%
% Overall
81.3%
Aug 08 2014Psychology
No, I would not recommend this university.
Female
Feb 07 2014Education
CCU has a 98% acceptance rate. As long as your entrance essay is in decent English and you go through the required application process, you will most likely be accepted.
Female
Apr 25 2012Psychology
Call and talk to someone at the college and ask questions. Email and continue to stay in touch with them. They are very helpful and professional and will help you in any way possible.
Female
Mar 20 2012Business - Management and Administration
CCU is selective. Make good grades and do well on standardized tests.
ACT: 27 Male
Nov 29 2011Communications
Find another school to go to, way too much money for the second class education you will receive. A 2.0 is the graduating gpa requirement as well. really holding the student accountable. Its a nice school to visit but not one to go to. Spend your money on a better school that will get you somewhere in life. I am more confused as a senior graduating then I was when I came in as a sophmore transfer.
ACT: 23 Male
Mar 04 2010Biology
It was very easy to get into by transferring, and from what I hear, it is easy to get into as a freshman. The application is easy but I would recommend saving your essays that you write for the application because every time you want to do anything on campus, you have to write an essay on those same questions. The interview is also very easy and the admissions counselors are very nice and caring, but don't pester them, because they are there to help you.
ACT: 24 SAT: 1170 Male

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