Breanna Alverson is a senior at Grand Canyon University, currently completing her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a minor in marketing. She would like to take the skills and abilities learned during her time at GCU and work for a global non-profit organization. Her heart is to serve, and she has been gifted with many unique opportunities to do so on campus, like working as a Life Leader. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Breanna enjoys the outdoors and exploring new places.
Grand Canyon University has convenient in-person evening programs for students. Cohorts meet just once a week and provide students with direct access to faculty, staff and peer support within their specific field of study. With GCU’s flexibility and student-centric focus, evening classes are a great option for working professionals.
Here’s what current evening students enrolled are saying:
“Most student-friendly campus that I’ve been at!”
“It allows me to still work a 50-60 hour week, but still come to school.”
“I work full-time and I’m also a parent, so having evening classes has been the best option for me.”
“I know this knowledge is going to help me.”
To hear what evening students are saying about GCU, watch the video below:
Grand Canyon University strives for excellence in our degree programs and wants to serve our students by meeting their needs. To learn more about GCU’s evening programs, visit our website or contact us using the green Request More Information button at the top of the page.