Why Transfer to GCU?

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There are plenty of reasons to earn your degree at Grand Canyon University. If you’re currently or have been enrolled in another higher learning institution, then keep reading to learn why you should transfer to GCU:

Transfer Specialists

Do you have concerns about finding your way through the transfer process and getting started at GCU? Grand Canyon University’s transfer specialists help simplify the transfer process. Whether you’ve attended a local community college or a major university, our experienced transfer specialists can help you evaluate your opportunities and anticipate your needs when it comes to enrolling at GCU.

Lopes Credit Evaluation

The Lopes Credit Evaluation is an invaluable tool for prospective transfer students. In a turnaround of about 24 hours, a Lopes specialist will examine your transcripts and then help you through the transfer process.

Transfer Guides

Whether you’ve taken a few courses or completed an associate degree within the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), transferring your credits toward a bachelor’s degree at GCU is an easy process. When you visit the Transfer Center website, you’ll find a comprehensive list of GCU transfer guides.

Generous Scholarships

GCU offers generous scholarships for transfer students. Learn about your opportunities by exploring our website and working with your transfer specialist to see what you might qualify for.

Transfer Housing

Interested in living on GCU’s main campus in sunny Phoenix? GCU is pleased to offer housing options for transfer students so that you can live in community with others who have similar experiences to you.

At Grand Canyon University, our goal is to provide each of our learners with a high-quality education. If you’re interested in transferring to GCU, then please visit our website or use the Request More Information button on this page.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University. Any sources cited were accurate as of the publish date.

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