COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY STUDENT RESOURCES
Grand Canyon University (GCU) offers a wealth of student resources to help you learn, serve and build lifelong relationships. Check into our worship events, get involved with community outreach efforts and discover performance and production opportunities at the new Center for the Worship Arts. You can even travel abroad with Global Outreach teams to serve and minister on a spring break or summer international mission trip. We provide plenty of options to help you practice servant leadership and pursue your goals.
Center for Worship Arts
Take part in a new breed of performance and lead the exciting transformation of worship service. The College of Theology's Center for Worship Arts helps you develop the skills to guide others in Christian prayer and devotion. Find out more about becoming a worship arts student and auditioning for our programs.
GCU Recording Studio
The new GCU Recording Studio was designed and built to provide students, staff and artists with every opportunity to find their purpose by creating and sharing their love for music and the Gospel. The space features two studios and several rehearsal rooms. Studio A includes a recording room, four isolation booths and a control room, in addition to a wealth of instruments and amplifiers. All spaces have double-wall construction, two layers of drywall and acoustic paneling to absorb acoustics and prevent sound leakage
At GCU, you are encouraged to embrace the spirit of volunteerism and participate in local outreach. Learn more about opportunities to be of service to your neighbors while positively impacting the global community.
Bridge your college career with real-world opportunities. Internship programs offered by GCU and the College of Theology offer practical learning and relevant experience. Enhance your education with the perfect internship.
Connect with others and build lifelong relationships in student-run clubs and associations. Enrich your college experience and broaden your perspective through social organizations across the college and GCU community.