Cincinnati Christian University was established in 1924 as Cincinnati Bible College. The school came into existence as part of a merger of McGarvey Bible College in Louisville, Kentucky and Cincinnati Bible Institute. The college grew out of the restoration movement in the United States. The college was named Cincinnati Bible College and Seminary in 1987 and later became known as Cincinnati Christian University.
Offers undergraduate degrees under Cincinnati Bible College, graduate degrees under Cincinnati Bible Seminary, and adult education through the College of Adult and Lifetime Learning. The school offers degrees in Biblical and ministry studies and has graduate studies in counseling, religion, and divinity. CCU is part of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities.
The school also has athletic programs as the CCU Eagles in soccer, volleyball, basketball, cross country, and golf.
Cincinnati Christian University
2700 Glenway Avenue, East Price Hill