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Colorado Christian University Distinction Scholarship

$10,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • For transfer students with 15 or more post-high school college credits, the academic scholarships are based on the student's cumulative GPA from all colleges attended. For transfer students with less than 15 post-high school college credits, the scholarships are based on the student's GPA from the last high school attended and ACT or SAT II composite test score (Critical Reading, Math, and Writing sections). Note that a higher test score may offset a lower GPA.

    Distinction Scholarship Eligibility:
    -Minimum 3.5 GPA

    To maintain eligibility, students must keep a cumulative 3.3 GPA at CCU and meet all student aid eligibility requirements.
  • Contact
  • Financial Aid Support
  • CO Christian Univ-Admissions
  • 180 South Garrison Street
  • Lakewood, CO 80226
  • financialaidsupport@ccu.edu
  • tel: 303-963-3230
  • fax: 303-963-3231

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