How STEM Students Benefit from Our Advising Services

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At Grand Canyon University’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET), we are committed to supporting the success of our students both before and after they graduate. For STEM students who plan to apply to a graduate program, the Graduate and Pre-Health Advising Center offers several benefits, including advising services.

Develop Program Applications

The dedicated staff at the Graduate and Pre-Health Advising Center offers a wide range of services that can help you construct a formidable and competitive application. Consider taking advantage of our workshops, one-on-one meeting opportunities and guidance programs to help set yourself up for success.

Schedule Advising Appointments

GCU’s Graduate and Pre-Health Advising Center realizes the importance of keeping in contact with students and streamlining the appointment process. We utilize Advisestream to distribute announcements that are of interest to learners who wish to apply, as well as enable appointment setting with advisors. Furthermore, this system offers students a valuable portfolio service, which allows them to collect information for applications for at least two years after they graduate.

Receive Faculty Recommendations

As part of the available CSET advising services, we offer a letter of recommendation process that is managed through the Advisestream system. However, students do not automatically receive a recommendation. To determine whether they have earned an endorsement, a college faculty committee evaluates students on an individual basis. For this reason, developing relationships with faculty during your time at GCU can play an important role in your future educational and professional success.

For more information about Grand Canyon University’s advising services, visit the College of Science, Engineering and Technology website or click the Request More Information button on this page.

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