Connect with the colleges of Grand Canyon University (GCU) through the GCU Community page. Enjoy a collection of the latest news, events and hot topics that GCU’s Deans, faculty, staff and students have prepared. As an aggregate of the colleges’ blog, you will find an assortment of topics assembled on this community page. Click around and get lost in the engaging content provided by GCU.
Let's get started on your degree

* Do you have a high school, college or university credits from outside the U.S.?
* Are you a U.S. Citizen?
* Are you a licensed, registered nurse in the U.S.?
(example: 777-777-7777)

* Required field

** Required field if international

Request More Information

Having the right knowledge and experience can help you become a better instructor and promote student achievement. For these reasons, instruction professionals who wish to deepen their skills and prepare themselves to train culturally and economically diverse adult education communities can benefit from earning GCU’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Cognition and Instruction. Read more about how to grow your expertise with a PhD in cognition and instruction:

Continue Reading

By Kaitlyn Terrey
Digital Design with an Emphasis in Animation Student, College of Fine Arts and Production

Gold Coast is lovely this time of year. Any time of year, really. I spent most of the last few days in Surfers Paradise, appropriately named for its miles of sweeping coastline and constant breakers near the shore, perfect for surfing. Of course, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity so I rented a board myself! I stood up a few times and didn’t succumb to some waves with apparent murderous intentions, so I’d say it was a success. 

Continue Reading

Are you a healthcare professional looking for better ways to balance your health and career? Or perhaps you’re considering entering the field of nursing and want to develop strategies for success early on. No matter the case, knowing how to stay healthy while working in a healthcare position can be critical to your overall wellness, happiness and success. The following are some tips that can help you with staying healthy while working in a hospital setting: 

Continue Reading

Advance your career while becoming a decision-maker and critical thinker grounded in servant leadership with Grand Canyon University’s Master of Business Administration program. This degree is offered by the Colangelo College of Business and features a curriculum that’s focused on operations management, organizational growth and leadership development. By earning this MBA, you can grow your entrepreneurial skills and develop the competencies you need to become a business leader.

Continue Reading

By Tatum Sorrelman
Business Management Major, Colangelo College of Business

Everyone has seen a funny wisdom teeth removal video at some point in their life. It usually consists of a person with a very swollen face jabbering on about things that make no sense to anyone.

My wisdom teeth experience, however, was not like the videos.

Continue Reading

By Steve Duby
Faculty, College of Theology

It’s happened again. I’ve lost my temper, made a selfish choice that hurt someone else and let my eyes linger over something that brings corruption to the mind and the heart. When these things take place, does God give second chances?



Continue Reading

By Stephanie Knight, EdD
Adjunct Faculty, College of Education

Instead of student engagement, we should focus on brain engagement! It is possible to influence students’ brain chemistry. This means that students would be wholly and fully engaged. Educating the whole child takes on a whole new meaning when an educator can engage all parts of the brain throughout the class time.

Continue Reading

Grand Canyon University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers the Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies for students who wish to pursue a fulfilling and impactful career in law or law enforcement. Students in this program learn about the analytics and technology that are defining the future of law enforcement as well as topics that cover various areas of the law, case law interpretation, criminal procedure and public policy. The Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies program can help you develop the skills that you need to pursue a career in the justice system. Continue reading to learn some questions you should consider when deciding if a career in the justice system is right for you:

Continue Reading
« Previous PageNext Page »

In case you missed it: