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A Master's of Science in Nursing can open new doors for your nursing career! GCU's MSN program offers several emphases to customize the learning experience to your professional goals. Best of all, licensed nurses can complete 100% of their degree programs in our online learning environment! Get started today! http://ow.ly/103QK7
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VOD Hebrews 12:11 " No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it."
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Have you visited the updated GCU Library website yet? Check it out today to explore our huge selection of databases, contact a librarian or attend a webinar. Visit library.gcu.edu
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Are you interested in large-scale information systems? GCU's new Bachelor of Science in Applied Business Information Systems degree program will examine the fundamentals of business information systems and technology, including programming, principles of database management, and more. Request more information on this program at http://ow.ly/103QK6
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As a learner in our online EdD programs, you will be part of a community of faculty and scholars to grow your passion for your field of study. GCU's online doctoral programs offer you the flexibility to study any time, with many doctorate programs requiring in-person residencies to build relationships and enhance learning.
Earn an EdD online from Grand Canyon University. GCU’s online doctoral programs offer flexibility, convenience and an integrated dissertation.
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The May edition of GCU Today Magazine is out! This edition features GCU's student clubs & organizations, Canyon Kids and much more! Access the digital version today at http://ow.ly/4ndKl0
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Thoughts on Purpose: "A Christian is nothing but a sinful man who has put himself to school for Christ for the honest purpose of becoming better." -Henry Ward Beecher
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VOD Psalm 34:18 "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit."
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Educating youth can be rewarding. If you are considering an education degree, here are 5 reasons to become a teacher http://ow.ly/4naUFx
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VOD Colossians 1:5 "The faith and love that spring from the hope stored up for you in heaven and about which you have already heard in the true message of the gospel."
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3300 W Camelback Rd Phoenix, AZ 85017
3300 West Camelback RoadUSArizonaPhoenix85017
(602) 639-7500gcu.edu
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Grand Canyon University is a private, Christian university located in Phoenix, Arizona. Find your purpose at GCU! 
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"Last class of the BSN program very challenging."
"But again, I loved the instructors (most were PhDs) and all the support staff."
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Arlene Haycox
a month ago
This school, like any other, has its flaws and good sides. I was originally a student while serving overseas and loved it but had to quit due to personal and operational reasons. No drama, no flak nothing. Just a see ya when we see ya. My advisor would email me every few months to see if I was coming back and I usually didn't bother responding. I enrolled in a school where I live, was treated like crap so I dropped out and re enrolled here. So while I'm not crazy about certain things, I'm not complaining and with my busy lifestyle, this is perfect. I don't receive vet benefits but I'm still respected and I have a great set of friends and instructors. :)
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joseph grimes jr
2 weeks ago
I loved my online experience with GCU but the reason that I didn't give 5 stars wasn't because of instructors, or workload. My advisor Cecila Jimez is absolutely wonderful. She has helped me through my process as well as my military advisor Ted Ibbara. My issue lies with financial aid in which they charged me for a class I never took but sent me a check and then told me I had to pay the school back $1800 for that class but prior to this I had a balance of $1079 that the school would've applied to my account to pay for said class. So I'm upset that I can no longer take my last three classes till I pay that 3rd party the $1800. That is my only issue plus I was going to enroll in the Masters degree program for Professional Counseling but with this major issue at hand I plan on going to another school. But all in all this is a great University for a Bachelors of Science in Psychology.
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Hello Joseph, we are very sorry you are unhappy with your experience.  Grand Canyon University (GCU) is committed to the success of its students and values the opportunity to resolve disputes. GCU’s resolution team provides options designed to address student issues, and is available to assist with your grievance. Please contact the resolutions office at resolutionteam@gcu.edu and we will start working on your issue immediately. 
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Vince Jeevar
3 weeks ago
Having attended other colleges I did a ton of research before choosing GCU. I finished off my BS there having transferred credits in from another college. I then looked around and could find nothing that offered the same quality I was looking for so went to GCU for my MS. I didn't hesitate to pick GCU and rolled straight into a PhD. The instructors have been amazing (all except one, but I am sure that out of more than 4 years of any school you'll have one that isn't exactly brilliant), and my advisors have been simply astonishing. I love this place and would recommend it to anyone.
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Blake Riddle
2 months ago
Words can't describe how upset I am right now about this University. I originally enrolled under my GI Bill being told that I would be a Cohort student. Half in class, half online. It worked for me because I am a working individual. I enjoyed the classes and did quite well. After a few classes I was told that I'm being moved to all online since they have no more available classes for me in this program. Ummm what? They knew they only had 4 or 5 classes lined up for me but they failed to tell me this. I was extremely upset. My options were now only online and to take a class at a community college to make up for what they could offer. I ended up going that route (while being quite unhappy about it). After trying it, I ended up stopping classes from GCU and MCC for personal reasons. I immediately had problems with this. MCC immediately dropped me by my request. GCU's staff sat in it! For months! After being told it was all taken care of, I decided to start classes back up. The day after I signed back up I got an email from the VA saying my enrollment was terminated from when I first dropped my class 5 months ago. Thanks guys. So this morning I got a letter from the VA saying that I owe them over $2,000.00 needless to say I am very upset once again. I've already repayed the VA what I supposedly owed for this, only a portion of that amount. So basically I'm saying the people I've dealt with at GCU are incompetent and have lied to me on several occasions. I'm beyond dealing with this school, as soon as this resolves and I finish my current class I will be finding a new school to attend.
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Kristen Todd
2 months ago
GCU is a great place to get an online education. The staff are extremely kind, supportive & helpful every step of the way. I transferred my associates in and am finishing a double major in elementary education and special education. I feel like I got a great education! It's been challenging, but manageable!
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Mark Stanley
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I have read other reviews and havs to say that I am a Veteran and have had nothing but good interactions with the staff. I received many calls throughout the program keeping me informed. 4 stars, but no school will ever get 5 out of me, making GCU a great place to go cor your Nursing degree.
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Jessica Welker
a month ago
I am completing my Master's in Professional Counseling, and while the staff is very organized and supportive (especially Ken Miller, my advisor and total badass), this online program did not prepare me for the realities and complexities of being a psychotherapist. I'm not really sure I can blame the curriculum, however it's certainly nothing to write home about. I'm entering a highly interpersonal field and choosing to get the degree online was an error on my part. The school was a bit cheaper than Argosy and U of Phoenix and it was appealing to me that I didn't have to sit in class, but it turns out that not sitting in class was a great disservice to me. After my course work, I began my internship at a psychiatric hospital with virtually no therapy skills. I basically learned everything I now know from my hands-on internship. If you want a Master's in Professional Counseling, the online program at GCU is not the best choice. But again, I loved the instructors (most were PhDs) and all the support staff.
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Amy McCall
a month ago
(Future Student, But Online Research Is Going Quite Well, I'll Just Say)! Because it has what our son is looking for. By having Exactly the course of study that he very much wishes to pursue! And He, His Dad & I are Totally Delighted that it's a Private Christian University!!! (Just Like His Elementary, Middle, & High School). As well as, in the city and state that he desires to go to school in! ;-)! Amen & May God Always Bless You, GCU!!!