Military Students at Grand Canyon University

Grand Canyon University values our military and veteran students and families as an integral part of the GCU community. We have developed military programs to meet your needs and ensure that you are getting the most out of your college education. In addition to partnerships like Air University and military benefits for active military members, veterans and spouses, GCU also offers resources on campus, including the Student Veterans Association and the Veterans Center to help students connect and get involved.

Contact Us

[email protected] 
Veterans Center - Building 18, Room 100

GCU Serves the Military Community

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GCU is a military-friendly university proudly serving our active duty military members and veterans. Learn more about your opportunities and find answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

Military FAQs

Student Veterans Association

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The student veterans association offers the perfect way for students to get involved on campus while also getting to know other veterans. Connect and build new relationships here.

Learn More about GCU Clubs and Organizations

Veterans Center

The GCU Veterans Center was established in 2013 to ease the transition from military service to the classroom. Resident, commuter and online military students receive personalized assistance, with opportunities to network and study with peers. Our veteran resource coordinator can assist with questions regarding veteran services on campus. Our school certifying officials or your student services counselor can answer questions regarding military and veteran education benefits. School certifying officials can be reached at [email protected].

Find out about upcoming events through our Veterans Center here.

Military Benefits

GCU's military university counselors are committed to making sure all military benefits are properly processed. GCU follows military policies and processes for the Tuition Assistance (TA) program and other military benefits. This is one less thing our students, using these well-earned benefits to pursue their degree, have to worry about. Contact your military university counselor to start the process or if you have any questions.

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