Colorado Christian University – Anschutz Student Center

Uniting recent developments on campus, the new student commons is the hub for student life

The third installment of the Colorado Christian University Campus Redevelopment completed construction in 2017. The Anschutz Student Center is the new campus hub for students, faculty and university administration located in the center of CCU’s campus. The Anschutz Student Center offers 55,000 square feet of dining, student gathering, and office space. Upon entrance to the building, the cafeteria is directly in front of you," said Shannon Dreyfuss, who is overseeing the Campus Redevelopment construction project. "There are five distinct dining concepts, and seating will be expanded as well." To the right upon entrance will be a great room, with the ability to seat an additional 200 students as cafeteria overflow – or to provide study, hangout, or meeting space outside of the lunch rush. The great room has a traditional, rich feel and features both soft seating and tables. For those familiar with the multi-purpose room in Leprino Hall, this great room is larger. The main floor of the Anschutz Student Center houses the new Cougar Den, featuring grab-and-go food and additional seating. Downstairs you’ll find the bookstore and 6,000 square feet of student fitness space, offering CCU students more access to workout equipment. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Higher Education
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Planning
  • Lighting

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