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Becoming a counselor can be very rewarding. Here are 3 things to know to prepare for a successful career: http://ow.ly/2t0B303tWsn
If you are considering a career in counseling, GCU offers online counseling degrees with a variety of emphases to help you prepare for a rewarding career.
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Ethington Theatre presents "Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie. Tickets are now on sale and students get a free ticket with a student ID.
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VOD Isaiah 42:9 "See, the former things have taken place, and new things I declare; before they spring into being I announce them to you."
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VOD Matthew 10:40 "Anyone who welcomes you welcomes me, and anyone who welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me."
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At GCU, we commit to creating diverse experiences for you to build essential leadership skills and learn different leadership styles so you can pursue a purposeful career. We partner with industry leaders to create our programs and curriculum. We also offer limitless opportunities for you to embrace your talent and reach your potential toward future leadership in a rewarding career path.
While many leadership styles are relevant in today’s modern workplace, Grand Canyon University focuses on the importance of servant leadership
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VOD Deuteronomy 31:8 "The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged."
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Pursue your calling with GCU's online BS in counseling with an emphasis in addiction counseling. Study foundations of addictive disorders, family dynamics, ethics, counseling theories and more. Many who earn this counseling degree choose to earn an MS in counseling following completion of the program.
Become a counselor by earning one of GCU’s online counseling degrees, including the Christian counseling degree or online addiction counseling degree.
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Once you are settled in on campus, you may be wondering what a day in the life of a Lope is like! Find out at http://ow.ly/zV7X303tWfg
Wondering about campus life at GCU? Check out this blog that follows the day in the life of a Lope, from breakfast on campus to evening activities.
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DBA, PhD and EdD programs are enrolling now! Evening cohorts offer core courses one night per week in a face-to-face format with five emphasis courses available online for maximum flexibility.
Today's organizations are in need of great leaders. From schools to not-for-profits and businesses, Grand Canyon University's (GCU) Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership (EdD) program prepares you to lead and influence organizational change. GCU now offers a unique opportunity to earn ...
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Welcome Week 2016 is in full swing! Prepare for college life at Grand Canyon University by reading these tips: http://ow.ly/ueH4303tVXb
Get ready for college life at GCU by taking advantage of all that the university has to offer! Take a tour or attend Discover GCU if you're considering GCU.
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Eight new projects will be coming to GCU in 2016 including new sporting facilities, a 170,000-square-foot engineering building and new campus businesses run by recent graduates.
New sporting facilities, a renovated hotel and living space for more students are among the changes in west Phoenix.
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3300 W Camelback Rd Phoenix, AZ 85017
3300 West Camelback RoadUSArizonaPhoenix85017
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"Never had a problem with financial aid department."
"Counselors and teachers are easy to get a hold of."
"But again, I loved the instructors (most were PhDs) and all the support staff."
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emanuel Aronov
a month ago
Horrible school. Ran more like a business than a school. Completely misguided me and took advantage of my military benefits. Lied to me gave me the wrong information and got away with it for a few semesters until I caught on. And got absolutely no help resolving my issues. Take your money else where and go to a school that actually cares about their students. GCU is not it!
Response from the owner - 3 weeks ago
Emanuel, 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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tubedweller5
in the last week
You've seen our ads on tv...you've seen them out on the streets...you might have even seen someone waving the devil horns only to find out it's not really what you thought it was...that's right, you're looking at Grand Canyon University! Like to golf? Come on by and swing on our newly renovated green course! Or, show off your kicking skills under the shade of our brand new soccer stadium! After an exhausting day studying or playing, invite your friends and family to relax in our brand new hotel located only two ghettos from campus. If it's an education you're looking for, one of our many part-time pseudo-professors will be happy to provide you with lots of quality busy work, including the latest in online mandatory participation, irrelevant essay topics, subliminal brainwashing, post-grad-level exams and a thoroughly quantitative grading system (after all, no matter how hard you work, "not everyone deserves an 'A' "). Struggling with that darn O'Chem class? No problem! We've assigned a single, burnt-out and grumpy former Pharmaceutical Chemist to write all the exams for each and every organic chemistry class we offer- that way you still won't have a chance with a different teacher! Go ahead, visit the "doctor's" office and watch him loathe and mumble because you weren't prepared for a test question ten chapters ahead in the book. Still having trouble? Of course you are! Our few and far between student tutors will be happy to Google the material they themselves forgot long-ago so you can just sit back and watch all your efforts melt away. Afterwards, when you're in need of someone to talk to, our welcoming New Age community will be there to smile and laugh in your face while we deny your God-given common sense and replace it with a globalized, inept spirit- all the while siphoning your pockets of any remaining cash you may have left! Grand Canyon University - find your purpose elsewhere.
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Ant Rivers
4 weeks ago
0 stars! This place is a dump. A money hungry FOR PROFIT college. They are not Christian. All they want is your money, and will lie in anyway to get it. I suggest you go somewhere else.
Response from the owner - 3 weeks ago
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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Allie Ocon
a month ago
HORRIBLE SCHOOL!!! I only went to GCU for a semester. I had about 20 people just that I knew that transferred. I decide to drop out after one semester because I had decided to join the military. They charge me an extra $400 just to stop going there, on top of the CRAZY high tuition that I already had. I wrote an appeal explainin my situation and the declined it. They treat you more like children than they do adults, you might as well have still been in preschool. I went into GCU thinking that the students, and staff would be pleasant. Obviously I was wrong. Ephisians 4:32 says, "be kind to others". Doesn't really seem like a good "Christian" university to me.
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Kyia Wilson
a week ago
If I could give no stars I would! I had more advisors than a little bit. I thought I was in the Christian counseling program and found out too late I was not which I was told from the beginning I was and would be before signing up back in 2012 and found out by the theology department head Chris that counseling is only offered at the masters level but had I known this I would not have ever went to this school! I failed a class with 7 points! and tried to arbitrate the grade because during the time of class I had major surgery in May 2016 and I kept everyone informed and gave them medical proof and posted the minimum requirements along with giving every essay my best but arbitration denied me I demanded a telephone conference with the board and everyone told me that they didn't know of how to reach them. I demanded that I speak to the president of the school and of course again no one knew how I could get in contact with him either. They give pure run around and are very dishonest and tell lies and deceive you into going to the school and they do not ensure your success as a student they find ways to keep you back so you can have high student Loan debt and every year they increase tuition for online students. I learned absolutely nothing in this school plus I had atheist in my classes and as a professor. Just horrible and misguided information from staff who really don't help or try their best to help you in no way to answer your questions and concerns. If I could petition for the school to be shut down I would. I had more problems with the school or rather people then the law allows!
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Roy Jones
2 weeks ago
We had our son sign up for classes under their Dean Scholarship. I did not want to as I felt because of his Asperger's he would need a lot of help as he had in high school. I was assured that he would not have any problems as the school would monitor his progress and inform us if there were any problems with him keeping up his grade point average as it was required for the scholarship. I was told that they had the best tutoring system of any school and quarantined us that if any problems or concern arose we the parents would be informed by the school. As it turns out he did have problems, went to tutoring many times but found little help, tutors were either too busy or not interested in helping him. As a result he did not maintain the grade point average required so lost his scholarship funding. The school GCU lied to us about their great tutoring program, lied to us about keeping us informed of his GPA. The school di absolutely nothing to help our son out> I told them that he will say everything is just fine so you have to look at the grades but they never did. My wife and I feel that the school GCU failed us everywhere but taking the money, they were good at doing that so I gave them one star. If they had of been honest and not told us they would take care of him while at school we would have saved the money and not sent him. Do not listen to their line about their great tutors and follow up etc. as there is none.
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Response from the owner - a week ago
Hi Roy. We are sorry to hear that your son had a negative 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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james cantrell
3 weeks ago
This school is pretty special, while they are expensive it is well worth it, I recommend it to all. To all those that had bad experience, perhaps it was you, if you pay attention and review everything carefully you should have no problem and you have to physically acknowledge your upcoming classes so that is your fault. The staff and faculty are awesome with a few exceptions but that occurs anywhere you attend, I have attended 5 different schools across 3 states and GCU is the best of them all.
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Virginia Revello
in the last week
HORRIBLE SCHOOL!!! If I could I would put 0 starts. Very disappointed with teachers that have no manners and never give feedback. Student advisers completely incompetent. They say they are a Christian University however they do not follow any of the values. Do not recommend this school!