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Colorado Christian University
Scholarships for Adult Students

Scholarships for Adult Students

一道本不卡免费高清 and the (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) prior to receiving a financial aid award.

一道本不卡免费高清To qualify for federal financial aid, continuing students must complete the FAFSA on an annual basis. Students must also be enrolled in coursework that satisfies the degree requirements for an eligible program of study. Questions regarding financial aid awarding and eligibility requirements should be referred to the Service Central office.

 

Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society

Colorado Christian University is a member of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, the largest and oldest chapter-based honor society for adult undergraduate students. Through this organization, CCU desires to recognize and honor non-traditional adult undergraduate students for their academic excellence and superior leadership in higher education. Undergraduate students who are members of Alpha Sigma Lambda can apply for a scholarship through that organization.

Alumni Scholarship

The Alumni Scholarship is for CCU students, or students of our heritage institutions, who have graduated with a bachelor's degree. Qualified applicants may receive up to $5,000 towards their continued studies through CCU Online. Read more about the Alumni Scholarship

Additional scholarship resources

The following is a list of free scholarship search engines that are recommended by CCU's Service Central office. A profile is required with most search engines in order to help personalize your search.

Please remember that while we can recommend these search engines, the integrity of the sources offering scholarships cannot be guaranteed. Research on the source may be necessary from time to time. There are other scholarship search engines from which you can find additional outside scholarships. This is not a comprehensive listing of websites.

Finally, please keep in mind that if a scholarship search engine requests money to find your scholarship listings, it is probably not a good site to use. Although some sources are legitimate, the rule of thumb is: any site requesting money to find money is probably a scam!

  • — This is the easiest and most direct Web site. Be sure to check back every few weeks as your account will be updated with new scholarship opportunities.
  • — This site includes some scholarships that the others do not. There are some great resources designed specifically for adult and graduate students.
  • — This nonprofit organization is the publisher of the SAT. Offers good resources for scholarship searches and tips for applying.
  • — Named as a "Forbes Favorite" for college planning. Register for a $1000 scholarship drawn monthly.
  • — This site's database contains over $19 billion in scholarship awards and is updated regularly. It is listed with the Better Business Bureau online.
  • — Maintained by the same group that authors many scholarship books by the same name. This is an excellent resource for scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • — Search nursing and health care scholarships.

For other helpful information about financing your college education check out the .

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College Opportunity Fund

Undergraduate students at Colorado Christian University may be eligible to receive Colorado's College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipends to offset their cost of attendance. COF stipends are paid to eligible undergraduate students by the State of Colorado when they attend a participating institution of higher education.

The COF stipend is a per credit hour dollar amount that is determined by the Colorado StateLegislature,一道本不卡免费高清and is subject to annual state funding availability.

一道本不卡免费高清Eligible students who attend a private Colorado college or university must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a Colorado resident as determined by CCU's online (Your CCU log in will be required to access this form.)
  • Be a graduate of a Colorado high school OR
  • Earn a Colorado GED
  • Successfully complete a non-public home-based educational program in Colorado
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined by federal Pell Grant eligibility

Eligible students must submit the on the College Assist website and will not be eligible for this stipend until this application is completed. The Colorado Opportunity Fund is considered a grant for students attending private institutions such as Colorado Christian University; therefore, it may replace a portion of other need-based aid or merit-based tuition awards. By law, the COF stipend at a private university is 50% of the stipend provided at a state institution. Any COF stipend received would be reflected as a tuition credit on the student's account.

Colorado State Opportunity Grant

Undergraduate students at Colorado Christian University may be eligible to receive a Colorado StateOpportunity一道本不卡免费高清Grant. This state grant is paid to eligible undergraduate students by the State of Colorado and is subject to annual state funding availability. The grant is need-based, and all eligible students must complete a to determine financial need and CCU's online . (Your CCU log in will be required to access this form.) The Colorado State Opportunity Grant is considered a grant for students attending private institutions such as Colorado Christian University; therefore, it may replace a portion of other need-based aid or merit-based tuition awards.

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