Articles tagged with: Tech Support
Grand Canyon University soon will launch LoudCloud, a new learning management system. GCU will transition students out of ANGEL and into LoudCloud over time on a program- by-program basis. This strategy will ensure that dedicated resources are available for those students as they become familiar with their enhanced learning environment.
Grand Canyon University has learned of a marketing scam. The scam is targeting financial institution websites and .edu websites; it claims that your privacy has been breached at Epsilon Corporation. A virus on your computer detects you are logging into GCU.edu (or other financial and/or academic institutions’ websites) and a pop-up window, designed to look as though it is from the bank, directs you to a non-American Savings Bank website. It asks you to click through to a site purporting to offer a “free” credit report.
By Doug Carroll
A completely redesigned website for Grand Canyon University is less than a month from being up and running.
The new-and-improved www.gcu.edu, in the works for most of a year, officially will debut during …
Grand Canyon University offers several success booster courses that are free and self-paced so that you can review the foundations of writing, math, or technology. Below is a summary of each. These success boosters can be found within the ‘Classroom’ tab in your ANGEL course.
Curriculum Services is proud to announce the new Canyon Connect website. The new website now provides the status of textbooks for all courses. Find out if your course is digitally enabled, uses a print text, …
You Asked, We Delivered! In response to student requests, Tech Support has expanded their Student Success Webinar series to include late night webinars! The following webinars will be offered this month from 8 to 9 p.m. MST.
We will be closed on Thursday, December 23 for department training and on Saturday, December 25 in observance of the holiday. Tech Support will be open normal business hours throughout the remainder of the holiday break.
The MyGCU Portal provides a number of services to students and faculty, including provide access to ANGEL. It has features to help you be successful such as personalized GCU alerts and access to update personal …
Grand Canyon University’s Technical Support department is providing students more resources, tools and support than ever. Many of the resources are available on the department’s new Facebook page, with the goal to making the resources as accessible as possible.
Your computer is a most crucial asset as you attend school. GCU’s IT department wants to make sure you keep your computer, and yourself, protected from the hazards of being online. The following tips will help you keep your computer running and your personal information safe.