What we do and who we are
The Office of Communications and Public Affairs at Grand Canyon University is responsible for two general-interest publications created for students, faculty and staff on campus and online. Our mission is to tell the stories of the University in an informative and timely manner across multiple platforms, guided by principles of accuracy and fairness.
GCU Today is the University’s official news source. The GCU News Bureau staff is responsible for reporting in words, photos and video on the people, programs, events and activities of the GCU community.
GCU Today Magazine is a quarterly print publication available across campus as well as online and by mail. The magazine takes a long-form look at the issues and people making news at the University, and it also serves GCU’s alumni base.
For public relations or media inquiries, contact Bob Romantic, Executive Director of Communications and Public Affairs, at 602-639-7611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The GCU News Bureau is:
Bob Romantic / Executive Director
email@example.com – 602-639-7611
Rick Vacek / Communications Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org – 602-639-8203
Laurie Merrill / Senior Writer
email@example.com – 602-639-6511
Jeannette Cruz / Staff Writer
firstname.lastname@example.org – 602-639-6631
Please direct questions, comments and story ideas relative to GCU Today to GCUToday@gcu.edu. Mailing address: 3300 W. Camelback Road, Building 5, Phoenix AZ 85017.
For academic questions and concerns, contact the appropriate college at GCU:
Colangelo College of Business
Dean: Dr. Randy Gibb
College of Education
Dean: Dr. Kimberly LaPrade
College of Doctoral Studies
Dean: Dr. Michael Berger
College of Fine Arts and Production
Dean: Claude Pensis
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dean: Dr. Sherman Elliott
College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
Dean: Dr. Lisa Smith
College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Dean: Dr. Mark Wooden
College of Theology
Dean: Dr. Jason Hiles