Meloney Jefferson always wanted to be a teacher, but she knew the path to getting her online degree from Grand Canyon University would be difficult. Then her son, Jace, got cancer and died. But at Jace's insistence, Meloney persevered, and she will graduate Friday with the memory of Jace in her heart.
When Jennifer Florez looked up after a rollover accident on Labor Day weekend, the first people she saw were two young women, dressed in GCU nursing scrubs, who her mom, Sandra -- a GCU graduate -- calls the family's "angels." But they don't know the students' names, and they want to thank them.
Grand Canyon University supports initiatives that provide legal clarity for DACA students. There are 300-400 DACA students currently on our campus and we will continue to support and embrace them as they pursue their education and build a better future for themselves and their families.
With the new school year, student teachers at Grand Canyon University are also entering their classrooms. To help them prepare and uncover God's presence in the classroom, the College of Education has created a 48-page book filled with insightful devotions, experiences and real-life situations.
What mechanical engineering major Grant Goodman thought would be a weekend project turned into a seven-month labor of love for him and members of GCU's electrical engineering club. The club made a specialized wheelchair for Ruby Saunders, whose mobility is limited by cerebral palsy and other health issues.