When veterans become students at Grand Canyon University, they will have an assortment of advantages that can help them succeed. This includes our Campus Veterans Center, which offers academic as well as personal benefits. Keep reading for a closer look at this part of campus.
Visit the Veterans Resource Coordinator
GCU’s Campus Veterans Center is designed to help veterans get the tools they need to find success in academics as well as whatever career path they pursue upon graduation. Our veterans resource coordinator is happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your studies or plans for the future. This professional can also provide you with detailed information about military benefits that can help you succeed.
Hop on the Wi-Fi
Having a quiet place to study can help you feel more comfortable and stay focused during your academic career. Luckily, GCU’s Campus Veterans Center provides the perfect place for veteran students to study and focus on their work. You can bring your computer or mobile device and access our Wi-Fi, letting you easily start working on any assignments or research you may have for your classes. Wi-Fi access also makes it easier to start looking at potential job opportunities to pursue after graduation.
Use the Textbook Exchange
Buying books every semester can be expensive and time-consuming, which is why we offer a textbook exchange in the Campus Veterans Center. Don’t waste your time and money trying to track down every book you need for every new class, only to try selling the books back once the semester is over. Save yourself the stress and see what you can find in the textbook exchange, first!
Meet With Other Veterans
When you visit the Campus Veterans Center, you’ll be able to meet with other veterans who are also pursuing their higher education degrees. Having a centralized place to network makes it easier to meet people you can become friends with and possibly work with in the future.
To learn more about the military and veteran assistance programs at GCU, visit our website or click the Request More Information button at the top of this page.
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