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Colorado Christian University
Residency Requirements
Yetter Hall on the CCU campus is seen from an aerial view.

Residency Requirements

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Meal Plans

All unmarried first and second-year students under the age of 21, who live in on-campus housing, are required to have a meal plan through CCU.

First-year students are required to have Meal Plan A. Second-year students may choose either Meal Plan A or Meal Plan B. Third and fourth-year students living on-campus are not required to have a meal plan, but may choose from any of the available plans.

一道本不卡免费高清In addition, students living off-campus may also select from any of the plans if they so choose.

Unused meals and declining balances are non-refundable, as they are a part of your meal plan contract and expire at the end of each semester. Meals and declining balances will not be transferred from semester to semester.

Student classification

For housing and food service policies, the University classifies students as follows:

First-year students:

一道本不卡免费高清Students in their first full year of college following high school graduation — regardless of the number of college credits completed. Usually considered a "Freshman.”

Second-year students:

Students in their second full year of college following high school graduation — regardless of the number of college credits completed. Usually considered a "Sophomore.”

Third- and fourth-year students:

Students in their third or fourth full year of college following high school graduation — regardless of the number of college credits completed, OR students who are 21 years old before the beginning of the academic year. Usually considered a "Junior" or a "Senior.”

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