GCU Media Center and Contacts

Grand Canyon University's (GCU) Media Center provides resources to help members of the media share data and information about the university. Explore our media kit and check back often for our frequently updated photos, videos and content acceptable for use by members of the media.

Here, you can find contact information for press inquiries and our subject experts. If you have further questions or requests that are not addressed here, please contact us at 855-GCU-LOPE.

Media Contacts

Public Relations

Bob Romantic
Executive Director
Phone: 602-639-7611
Email: bob.romantic@gcu.edu


Josh Hauser
Assistant Athletics Director, Sports Communications
Phone: 602-639-8328
Email: josh.hauser@gcu.edu


GCU Today

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GCU Today is GCU's news team focusing on information and events spotlighting students, faculty and alumni. Read daily news content, or download current and archived versions of the online GCU Today Magazine here.

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Experts Database

Welcome! GCU employs faculty and staff experts on a variety of topics. Experts listed in this database are available to share knowledge, background and perspectives in their chosen field with members of the media.

Search for experts by topic by using the dropdown menu on the left. You can also search for experts by name or keyword.

To schedule an interview with a GCU expert, please contact:

Bob Romantic
Executive Director
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
Phone: 602-639-7611
Email: bob.romantic@gcu.edu

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GCU at a Glance

Campus Map

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View a map of GCU's beautiful Phoenix campus.

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Press Releases

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Because we endeavor to be of service to the local and global community, you may often find the university, leaders and students in the news. Review press releases involving GCU.

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Mission Statement

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GCU prepares learners to become global citizens, critical thinkers, effective communicators and responsible leaders by providing an academically challenging, values-based curriculum from the context of our Christian heritage. Read more about our mission and vision to grow and offer an affordable education to all.

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Doctrinal Statement

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At GCU, we believe the Bible, in the Old and New Testament scriptures, to be inspired, the only infallible, true and authoritative Word of God. Read and evaluate GCU's full Doctrinal Statement for more details on the institution’s beliefs and founding doctrine.

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Leadership Team

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The leadership team at GCU ushered in a new era – leading the university from an entrepreneurial venture to a market-supported private university. Read about GCU President Brian Mueller and the team of administrators guiding GCU to its purpose in higher education.

GCU Leadership

Upcoming Events

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GCU's brilliant faculty and student body regularly demonstrate their talents and skills outside the classroom. View our calendar to discover exciting events, including performances, films, guest speakers and team sports.

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GCU was founded in 1949 by the Southern Baptist Church. Then known as Grand Canyon College, its first campus was located in an abandoned armory building in Prescott, AZ. Two years later, the school relocated to Phoenix, where it has developed a strong reputation as a premier Christian institution. Learn more about the journey to becoming a leading private Christian university.

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Community Involvement

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GCU is a private Christian university strongly committed to serving others on a local, national and global scale. We endeavor to make an impact that lasts a lifetime. Find out more about GCU's outreach efforts and service contributions to the global community.

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Students at GCU enjoy a rich spiritual life with optional twice-weekly Chapel services, student-led Bible studies and various small-group ministries. Life Leaders are prominent on campus, serving as peer counselors, while Servant Scholars – students who demonstrate exceptional spiritual leadership in the community – play an important role in GCU's campus life. Discover more about Chapel services for campus students.

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