Campus Programs at GCU

Choose GCU for Your Campus College Degree

Find your purpose with an on-campus degree at GCU, where you can experience an environment of growth, academic excellence, support and enthusiasm. Our campus stretches over 300 acres and is equipped with 30 housing options, 32 dining options1 and a 135,000-square-foot recreational activity center. GCU’s campus rankings for 2024 include having the #4 best college dorms in America, the #21 best college food in America and the #24 best college campus in America, according to,3,4


Best college campus in America for 2024, according to Niche.com4


On-campus enrollment for Fall 20235

Join our vibrant and collaborative campus community — home to over 25,200 students in Fall 20235 — to participate in the richness of GCU’s campus life while working toward earning your bachelor’s or master’s campus degree.


Percentage of 2022 traditional campus students who spent less than three years at GCU to complete their degrees.


Percentage of 2022 traditional campus students who spent less than four years at GCU to complete their degrees.

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Bachelor’s Campus Programs

Find a bachelor’s program that complements your goals and prepare for the collaborative learning and welcoming community that GCU offers. Upon graduation, you can position yourself to start a career or pursue graduate-level studies.

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Master’s Campus Programs

In addition to a wide variety of online and evening programs, GCU offers select master’s-level campus degrees. Immerse yourself in the full campus experience while earning your advanced degree.

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FAQs for Traditional Degrees and Campus Programs

If you are weighing your college options and want to learn more about earning a traditional degree on campus, read through our answers to these commonly asked questions to begin your research.

A traditional degree is earned by taking all classes in person at a college or university. These degrees can be completed by attending school on either a part-time or full-time basis.

Campus degrees have many benefits, including access to campus life opportunities, campus amenities, student success resources, and in-person connections with faculty and peers. However, if you require flexibility in your schedule or prefer learning at your own pace, you may want to consider online or evening degree programs from an accredited institution.

It is important to research and compare the cost of attendance for your desired degree program. At GCU, we strive to provide an affordable private education for students seeking on-campus degrees. To see a breakdown of our undergraduate and graduate campus degree costs, visit our on-campus tuition page.

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1 2022-23 school year

2 (2024). 2024 Best College Dorms in America. Retrieved April 16, 2024.

3 (2024). 2024 Best College Food in America. Retrieved April 16, 2024.

4 (2024). 2024 Best College Campuses in America. Retrieved April 16, 2024.

5 Includes all traditional students who have a last date of attendance at least three weeks into the Fall 2023 semester or participated in a campus evening class in September or October of 2023.

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