We strive to provide a purposeful, transformative, and results-driven education for students at all stages of their lives.

We are committed to a supportive and collaborative educational experience. We want our students to feel empowered and emboldened.

We will be a preeminent hub for innovative professional programming.

Our curriculum is designed to be focused, responsive, and nimble, drawing inspiration from evolving workforce and career trends.

Students served at CPS include working professionals who seek to complete an undergraduate degree or credit-bearing certificate with flexible course options; postgraduates who seek requirements for admission to graduate or professional schools or advanced certifications; students interested in undergraduate courses as a non-matriculated student for personal development; senior level high school scholars seeking individual university level courses; and senior citizens (age 65 and over) who wish to enroll in undergraduate courses for personal enrichment.

Degree-seeking students have typically earned a minimum of 15 college credits or completed a minimum of four years post-secondary work experience, military experience, professional education, or a combination of the three.