Admissions: Campus Life: Commuter Life
Living on campus may not be for you, but don't worry—GCU embraces commuters and the Office of Student Life can help you connect to life on campus through leadership programs, community service initiatives, campus events, and the Commuter Club.
As a commuting student, you can join your classmates in the Gavan Student Lounge between classes, grab something to eat in the Court Café, or get some studying done in the library. You can also hang out in the Lion's Den, a new lounge area in the Casino where commuters can go between classes, and where students can read, talk, or watch TV long after the library closes.
GCU encourages commuter students to get involved with different clubs, honor societies, and organizations on campus, especially the Commuter Club, which is an interactive network of commuting students that are interested in becoming engaged in the GCU community. The Commuter Club is very active, holding monthly meetings, going on trips, hosting speakers, and planning interactive events for commuting and residential students. Members are also active in other student groups on campus.