GCU Magazine reconstructs how campus was built

August 13, 2019 / by / 0 Comment

Melissa Dominguez pauses during her lunch break to read the new GCU Magazine. (Photo by David Kadlubowski)

The August issue of GCU Magazine is definitely constructive. The cover story explains how the University partnered with Pono Construction to get all these campus facilities built so efficiently and inexpensively, which is part of the reason why tuition has remained frozen for 11 years. Also featured are Joseph Allen’s rise to “America’s Got Talent” fame, volleyball player Klaire Mitchell’s decision to pass up a lucrative ballet career, what GCU and GCE are doing to combat the nursing shortage, and the stories that students brought home from mission trips this year. And don’t miss the annual GCU INsider, which gives you info and tips about what’s new at GCU. To read the digital version of the magazine, click here.

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