In response to our students diverse needs, Grand Canyon University is now offering selected degree programs in an evening format. These programs are designed to meet the needs of today`s working adults as they balance their work and personal lives with the desire to earn a degree. With programs that meet just one evening per week, students can conveniently integrate advancing their education with maintaining their career.
Many programs will be offered on the main GCU campus, located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. Some specialized programs may be offered at strategic off-site or satellite locations through the greater Phoenix metro area as well as other areas.
Developed specifically for working professionals, these evening programs are designed for a specific number of students. By keeping classes small, students will receive individual attention and progress through the program with the same classmates, providing an opportunity to forge relationships that go beyond the classroom.
Evening Program Benefits
Convenience. Courses conveniently meet one evening per week.
Various Phoenix locations. Evening programs are primarily offered in Phoenix. Some programs will be offered on GCU`s main campus and others will be available in strategic locations.
Small class size. With just 15-20 students, class sizes are kept intentionally small so each student can receive the individual attention he/she needs.
Face-to-face instruction. For students who are more comfortable working with instructors and peers face-to-face rather than online, GCUs evening programs allows them this opportunity.
Builds team camaraderie. For selected programs, GCU can develop an evening program for a group of coworkers, allowing them to learn together and in turn strengthen their ability to work together more effectively in the workplace. Networking opportunities. Evening programs provide networking opportunities with others in a chosen field.
Part of a growing campus community. GCU just completed a $200 million campus expansion project with a 55,000-square-foot student recreation center, an additional dining facility featuring a 6-lane bowling alley, and a 5,000 seat arena that is the new home to the mens and womens basketball teams. Construction has begun on a new classroom building and a student dorm, both of which are scheduled to open in 2012