Transcript: Kaylene Teter Grand Canyon University is a private Christian university located in Arizona that provides both campus and online education services. By the early 2000's, GCU was struggling maintaining its operations and quality of academics. Dwindling financial support caused them to fall out of the non-profit bracket in 2004. GCU then started focusing on nursing and education. Now, they are doing exceptionally well. Tuition Admissions and Academics Southern Baptist Church founded the university in 1949. At this time, it was known as Grand Canyon College. The first campus was an abandoned armory building in Prescott, AZ. Two years later, they relocated to Phoenix where they gained popularity. To Contact GCU: call: 1-800-GCU-LOPE ________________________________ Men's sports: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Swimming and Diving Tennis Track and Field Volleyball Dual Enrollment: four credits, $210 per course ($52.50 per credit) $85 digital course materials fee per course Normal Tuition: Traditional Undergraduate 1-11 $687.50 per credit Traditional Undergraduate 12-18 (block tuition) $8,250 per semester Traditional Undergraduate 19+ (semester rate +) $8,250 + $687.50 per credit above 18 credits Housing: https://www.gcu.edu/admissions/tuition-and-financing.php Student life consists of Residence Life, Housing Operations, Spiritual Life, Student Engagement, and Club Sports Student Life Women's sports: Basketball Beach volleyball Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Track and Field Volleyball Brief History Athletics Undergraduate admissions are based on a high school unweighted GPA of 3.0 or above. Graduate admissions are based on your unweighted GPA or a GMAT score of 500 or a GRE of 300. Offered colleges: College of Doctoral Studies Colangelo College of Business College of Education College of Fine Arts and Production College of Humanities and Social Sciences College of Nursing and Health Care Professions College of Science, Engineering and Technology College of Theology Honors College Academic Calendar: https://www.gcu.edu/academics/academic-policies.php Grand Canyon University
Transcript: I am going to... Grand Canyon University 3300 west Camelback road Phoenix,AZ 85017-1079 $9,716 per year intuition mascot is... my major will be in teaching I would like to participate in GCU girls volleyball I would like to be apart of the fellow ship of Christian atheletes and Shrink wraps(a couseling club) my goals are to make the GCU volleyball team, be very sucessful acedemically and to grow into a stong independant person North Rim Apartments are near campus and alow student to be cose to friends and school while having there own indevidual space
Transcript: By: Javier Orozco Me Get into GCU Registration process 1-11 Credits: $687.50/credit 12-18 Credits: $8,250/block 19+Credits:$8,250+$687.50/per credit x2 dorm capacity: $2,200/per semester Yearly cost: $28,800 Study buisness Get my masters Play soccer Maintain above a 3.5 GPA Requirements All of their teams are division two. Director of Athletics: Keith Baker Assistant A.D./ Senior Women's Administrator: Ruth Ann Gardner Assistant A.D.: Dan Nichols Faculty Athletics Representative: Claude Pensis Compliance Coordinator: Joshua Meyer Head Athletics Trainer: Geordie Hackett Scholarship info Application to join the school/ can be done online. Once you submit an enrollment councilor will help you. GOAL! To get a scholarship you need to submit a complete campus admissions application. Specified GPA •Have completed and submitted a GCU Campus Admissions Application •Submit transcripts showing six semesters or more with cumulative, unweighed GPA •Submit SAT (math and verbal scores only) and/or ACT scores •Submit final transcripts by 8/2/2013 for 2013 fall semester (12/6/13 for 2014 spring semester) which includes a graduation date for final awards •Maintain the specified GPA, indicated under each scholarship listed below, as well as continuous and full-time enrollment at GCU to be eligible for scholarship renewal •Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen •Complete a FAFSA, although you do not have to demonstrate financial need to be eligible •Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 throughout your academic program, or demonstrate a score above the 75th percentile on a national standardized college admissions test (ACT, SAT, GRE or GMAT), or be employed as a full-time teacher as a graduate student •Be accepted into an eligible degree program. About the school Athletic Info Costs Gcu Thank you! Acceptance rate: 37% Graduation rate: 31% Founded in 1949 Co-ed college A christian school Its academic calendar has semesters It has an urban setting I couldn't provide how many students attended.
Transcript: This is my presentation on GCU All about Grand Canyon University This is the history of GCU History GCU was charted in august 1 1949 When was it charted In 1951, the college relocated to a 90-acre tract in West Phoenix and was fully accredited in 1968 by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. The college was relocated in 1951 relocation While planning to change in institutional organization and status to Grand Canyon University, Grand Canyon College identified several landmark events during this transition By the early 2000s, GCU struggled with maintaining its operations in light of dwindling financial support. The university faced a critical juncture in September 2003, teetering on the verge of insolvency and facing the prospect of bankruptcy. interesting facts How to enter GCU This is the application process for gcu And also the g.p.a needed to enter application This is the application form you need to fill this out to apply for GCU gpa needed The GPA needed is 3.0 or higher However, you could still gain admission to GCU based on your standardized test scores. If your ACT score is 19 or your SAT is 1000, then you can gain admission to the university as long as you have established a GPA of 2.5 or higher criteria admission to enter When considering prospective students, GCU uses either GPA or a test score like the SAT or the ACT. If you qualify for admissions based off your SAT or ACT, you will also need to couple your test score with a minimum GPA requirement to gain admission. costs, sports, and other things these are the things you need to know things you need to know In 2018 - 2019, students at Grand Canyon University spent $5,000 for housing and $4,000 for the meal plan. costs the sports offered are anything from baseball to diving sports
Transcript: Grand Canyon University 5 dormitories and the North Rim Apartments Walk-in closets Bathrooms in every suite Furniture included Tuition Academics Study lounges Movie and game rooms WIFI and cable included Text alert laundry facilities Close community Athletics Thailand College of Theology Digital Film, Music, Dance, Theatre and Drama Financial Aid Numerous Clubs, AZHOSA, DECA and ASGCU Intramural Sports GCU Arena for Concerts and Sporting Events Leadership Opportunities Suite Style Residence Halls Founded in 1949, GCU is a beautiful 100-acre oasis that is home to over 6,000 students. COLORS: Purple & Black MASCOT: 'Lopes (Antelopes) LOCATION: Phoenix, Arizona Federal Financial aid is available to most students FAFSA Pell Grants Stafford Loans Parent Plus Loans Faculty members who know their students and serve as mentors College of Nursing and Health Professions Communications, Pre-Medicine, Exercise Science, Psychology, Justice Studies, Forensic Science Serve the City $16,500 per year for block tuition Tuition freeze since Fall 2009! Smaller class sizes with an interactive classroom environment The Grand Canyon University Arena has quickly become the gem of the metropolitan Phoenix area. This new 5,000 seat facility is home to the GCU men's and women's basketball teams as well as major concerts, key note speakers and other events. Grand Canyon University is NCAA Division II Human Anatomy Lab, Nursing Simulation Lab, Forensic Science Lab FiJi Questions? Newly remodeled Student Union featuring buffet style meals, 360 Grill, and Mongolian-style BBQ Thunder Alley offers a coffee shop, frozen yogurt, sushi, convenience store, and more! 2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathroom OR 2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms Weekly chapel and gathering services On-campus and online bible studies Small group communities Mission-based community, encouraging leadership and discipleship Beach Boys Lecrae UFC Fight Conferences Homeless Outreach Allows students to pick a class schedule that works for them, and provides a clear path to graduation Scholarships Nursing (BSN) Pre-licensure, Athletic Training Ask about our Travel Reimbursement! GCU offers opportunities for: baseball softball basketball cross country golf soccer swimming tennis volleyball track and field wrestling Cheerleading and Dance Elementary, Secondary, Special Education Accounting, Business Administration, Marketing, Finance and Economics "know and be known." Discover why Grand Canyon University is an exciting and challenging place to pursue your college education! Events: Basketball Games Lady Antebellum Third Day Switchfoot Intimate and Interactive Classes A place to Global & Local Outreach We are a welcoming community, open to students from all walks of life. Arizona's Premiere, Private Christian University College of Education Christian Studies, Biblical Studies, Youth Ministries College of Fine Arts and Production Hands on Learning Facilities Condensed Scheduling Jazzman’s Café and Bakery Mein Bowl Cobrizo’s Mexican Grill Zoyo Yogurt Simply To-Go Value-based education! Ken Blanchard College of Business Thunder Alley Recreation Center Heated Swimming Pool Sand Volleyball Courts Movie on the Lawn Mr. GCU Contest Lip 'Sync Contest Developing a global heart Engaging in the local community Renewable academic scholarships Academic scholarships based on GPA, SAT, ACT, and now AIMS test scores! Academic scholarship amounts vary from $4,000-12,000/year Canyon Servant Scholarship, Honor's Institute, ROTC CANYON KIDS AFRICA www.apply.gcu.edu College of Arts and Sciences Dynamic Faculty Dedicated to Student Success
Transcript: (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Salina Adame, Jennifer Jaimes, Mariana Salgado, Adriana Alatorre Size: (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Location Campus Activities The total GCU population, 72.5% are female and 27.5% are male. The average age of the student population is 34 years old and the University has 500 students living on campus. Results 3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, Arizona 85017 G.C.U ALL DAAAAY (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr approximately 10,000 online, traditional, and professional studies students with approximately 3,000 Arizona students attending GCU. Grand Canyon University Important Details (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Academics
Transcript: Grand Canyon University mascot is Thunder The Antelope. Why I want to attend GCU? Grand Canyon University has been a private Christian University since 1949 Offers online programs Has a 5,000-seat facility arena offers 22 NCAA Division II athletic teams has a 55,000-square-foot student recreation center thunder alley 14,000 square foot dining facility 6-lane bowling alley About 40,000 students attend GCU there rato is 13:1 By, Joselyn Moreno Grand Canyon University is located in Phoenix, Arizona Grand Canyon University is 100 acres. its a small campus its not to far from home they do a lot of volunteering it looks like a safe and comfortable place i would like to major in child development and GCU offers my major which is Master of education in early childhood education it has a good environment at GCU they do a lot of volunteering and community service Grand Canyon University Mascot Where is GCU located at? Grand Canyon University disaster relief support Admissions About Grand Canyon University Tuition: In state and Out state $16,500 Traditional Undergraduate: 1-11 credits is $687.50/credit 12-18 credits is $8,250/block Scholarships and Financial Aid? Grand Canyon University offers a variety of scholarships for all students Grand Canyon Community Service run to fight childrens cancer canyons cares chirstmas salute our troops
Transcript: Admission At least 16 years of age with a high school Diploma or GED Student Activities Theres sports, clubs and Organizations Student Aid Yes there is financial aid, you must first be eligible to be accepted for a degree program, the rest is how the aggreement is with them Background Grand Canyon University is a Private Christian School Was founded as a nonprofit liberal arts school by Arizona Southern Babtists in 1949 Learning Envirnment Average freshman class is 1,144 students 1:13 Ratio Majors Arts, Science and Theology Location 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85017 On Camelback road & 35th Avenue Costs Tuition Credits 2012/2013 Traditional Undergraduate 1-11 credits $687.50/credit Traditional Undergraduate 12-18 credits $8,250.00/block Traditional Undergraduate 19+ credits (block rate +) $687.50/credit Summer GTR Rate (Except Nursing Cohorts) $290.00/credit Sources WWW.gcu.edu Grand Canyon University Housing You can live on or off campus Off campus varies with costs
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