The Office of Alumni Relations is proud to provide Grand Canyon University (GCU) graduates with a number of resources that help them stay connected to the GCU community and continue to pursue their purpose. Whether you are looking for career advice or ways to connect with other alumni in your area, we can help you get started.
Alumni benefits include access to a variety of campus and GCU resources, including discounts at the Lope Shop and access to the GCU Golf Course and GCU Hotel. Plus, you can receive a special alumni discount on season tickets to the Lopes men's basketball home games and exclusive scholarship opportunities.
GCU wants to help you continue your education by providing our alumni with unique scholarship opportunities. For more information about degree programs and scholarships, call us at 855-GCU-LOPE to speak with a university counselor or fill out this form to request more information.
Save on Course Materials for Master's Programs
If you are enrolling in a GCU master's program, GCU will award you a course materials credit in the amount of $95 that will be applied to each of your courses as you progress toward completion of your degree. Also, GCU will award a credit for the graduation fee on your previously completed program after you have begun courses.
Graduation Fee Scholarship for Doctoral Programs
If you are continuing your education in a doctoral degree program at GCU, you may be eligible for this scholarship. GCU will award a credit for the graduation fee on your previously completed program after you have begun courses in your upcoming doctoral degree program.
In addition to benefits, GCU offers a variety of resources for alumni, such as access to our extensive library and services from Career Services to help you launch your career. Stay in touch with our office to learn more about exclusive events around campus and across the country, and refer other future Lopes to GCU!
Update My Profile
The Office of Alumni Relations wants to hear from you! Updating your contact info is the best way to stay in touch with GCU. Fill out the form to let us know how you are doing. Whether it is sharing a life milestone, a career achievement or how you are using your degree to pursue your purpose!
Alumni Referral Program
The Alumni Referral Program is your opportunity to help us reach out to friends or colleagues who may be interested in pursuing their education at GCU. If you know anyone who may be considering earning their degree, fill out the form and we will contact them with information about our programs.
Request a Transcript
Thinking about going back to school? Looking for your next job? Whether you need them for graduate school or an employer, GCU offers multiple ways for you to request your transcripts. Visit the main GCU website for more information about requesting your official GCU transcripts.
The Office of Alumni Relations is pleased to offer GCU alumni free access to some of our library databases. Use your GCU username and password to log in and begin your research. Explore the extensive databases, and take advantage of the online educational resources at your fingertips.
Alumni Career Support
As an alum, you can take advantage of free services from GCU, including career tips, internship leads, interviewing best practices, networking strategies, industry leads, career assessment tools and more to support your professional pursuits. Alumni may email Alumni Career Support to receive valuable career prep resources and tools to assist with their career journey. Email should include:
• Full name
• Graduation year
• Desired industry
Interested in learning more about the history of GCU? The archival materials in the new Grand Canyon University Historical Archives Collection detail the early years of GCU when it was known as Grand Canyon College from 1949 to 1984. The collection provides full, open and equal access to a wide variety of primary historical materials such as photos and films received from various sources including the Office of Alumni Relations.
This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Arizona Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which has allowed the GCU Library to preserve and digitize a large portion of these materials to enable their wider dissemination through the Arizona Memory Project and the GCU Library Digital Collections.
Learn more about the project and find out how to access these collections here! Don’t forget to also check out the GCU Library Digital Collections to view GCU yearbooks, course catalogs of yesteryear and more.