What GCU Students Love About the Honors College

"honors" written on a wall By Kaylor Jones Posted on November 27, 2018  in  [ GCU Experience ]

The Honors College at Grand Canyon University is notable for its love and dedication to its students. Here’s how our motivated and driven honors students feel about being a part of this close-knit community.

Jessica Symmes, a junior in the nursing program, says that after touring GCU and learning more about the Honors College, “I knew that I had found a diamond right in my backyard.” She says that she made her final decision to join the community when she met the people: “I really have never met a more driven and encouraging staff than those who work within the GCU Honors College.” Our honors staff serve as wonderful role-models as our students develop over the course of their college experience.

An Honors Alum, finance and economics major Josh McGuire best appreciated the environment of friendliness and comradery within the Honors College, which he had the opportunity to experience first-hand as a project management intern. He says that the sense of opportunity and advancement present within the community is rare and valuable during your college years.

At Grand Canyon University’s Honors College, every student is important. All of our dedicated and proactive students get to benefit from individual attention. If you are considering becoming a part of the GCU Honors community, reach out to us to learn more about the opportunities and resources that could be available to you.

To hear what our GCU students have to say about the Honors College, check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duPw3FdHD2I&feature=youtu.be

Visit our website of click the Request More Information button on this page to learn more about the close-knit community of Grand Canyon University’s Honors College.

Kaylor Jones

Kaylor Jones is a junior at Grand Canyon University studying professional writing and psychology in the Honors College.
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