STEM STUDENT RESOURCES
The diverse organizations sponsored by Grand Canyon University (GCU) help you take your college experience to a higher level. Not only can you sharpen job-related skills, but you can also participate in Christian worship, community activity and more. GCU also offers various events and activities focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that promote hands-on learning and the exploration of in-demand careers in STEM. These organizations and events complement rigorous classroom learning and provide you with well-rounded knowledge of growing STEM-related fields.
Graduate and Pre-Health Advising Center
The College of Science, Engineering and Technology is committed to the success of our students before and after graduation. The Graduate and Pre-Health Advising Center houses dedicated staff who provide current students and recent graduates with advice, guidance on programs, one-on-one meetings, workshops and more, to help applicants assemble the most competitive application possible.
GCU believes that education extends beyond the classroom. That is why we sponsor on-campus clubs that give you the opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary learning, network with like-minded peers and deepen Christian values. Check out opportunities to give to the community, gain field experience and have fun during your GCU academic journey.
Supporting good work within the community is an important part of GCU's values. We provide many opportunities to participate and help your development as a responsible servant leader.
In the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, you can take part in internship programs to put classroom theories into practice and develop skills valued in the workplace:
- Physical Therapy: Shadow a licensed PT in a clinical setting where you can observe treatment and ask questions.
- Exercise Science: Observe and facilitate personal training and gym operations.
- Dissection Internship: Gain an advantage in medical school by interning in cadaver dissection.
Explore program majors, get resume tips, practice interviewing and more by visiting GCU's Office of Career Services. We are available to help you find your purpose and prepare for a future career.