We have high expectations for students at Cincinnati Christian University. The student standards at CCU are more rigorous than many other colleges because we are trying to produce the next generation of Christian leaders in the boardroom, the classroom, and the church. All students participate in a spiritual development matrix which includes corporate worship, small group participation, and service.
· Weekly chapel services on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Since 1924, our campus community has had this weekly opportunity to worship together. While chapel looks much different now than they did years ago, it still includes a time of singing, prayer, and teaching from the Bible.
· Special monthly chapel services held five times each semester on Thursdays. These chapels have a specific focus, whether honoring our city’s fire/police personnel or hearing a nationally acclaimed speaker
· Weekly Morning Prayer and Praise (Lauds) on Wednesdays at 8:30am. This is a quiet devotional service led by our faculty for early-risers to praise the Lord.
· Weekly “Family” services Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. This service was started in the 1980′s and still carries on today. It is completely led by students, permitting them the opportunity to lead each other in worship.
CCU has been recognized as a leader in developing servanthood among students, repeatedley being named to the United States President’s Honor Roll for Community Service, and honor bestowed by the Department of Education, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Campus Compact and the American Council on Education.
To discover more information on how CCU disciples our students, read our Spiritual Development Plan.