About CCU | Cincinnati Christian University

About CCU

CCU is committed to providing an excellent educational, spiritual, and social experience for each student.

 

 

Our Vision

Cincinnati Christian University exists to educate men and women to live by biblical principles and transformed lives, empowering them with character, skills, insight, and vision to advance the kingdom and impact society for Christ.

OUR HERITAGE

On September 23, 1924, the new school began its first session in two brick buildings. Two things were evident from the beginning; first, the bible was taught with the earnest desire of arriving at its true meaning . . . and second, men and women whose earnest desire was to serve God, were received in classes and given work they most needed.
– 1927 Cincinnati Bible Seminary Yearbook

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MISSION

CCU is committed to providing a Christ-centered, liberal arts education taught with a Christian worldview in students’ chosen field of study.

CCU Bylaws Statement of Faith Trustees

BY THE NUMBERS


Founded in
1924

Full-time Faculty
19

Part-time Faculty
120

Student Enrollment
800

Operating Budget
$15 million per year

Our Campus

When you step onto campus, the warmth of students and faculty is apparent. Come to a place where you can grow into the person God wants you to be.

Our Core Values

FAITH rooted in biblical authority
INTEGRITY anchored in truth and Scripture
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
ROBUST COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE
CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT through transformed lives

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Our Faculty

At CCU, faculty members hold the highest degrees in their field, and they invest their time outside of the classroom to equip students to succeed in the professional world. They apply both real world and academic experience to create classrooms that challenge students to grow.


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Accreditation The Details

Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC), Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP), Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).