Admissions: Campus Life: Campus Living
GCU is charged with positive energy. You'll feel it the moment you step on campus. You'll feel instantly connected to a caring and supportive campus community where professors know you by name, security guards stop to say "good morning," and the chef at the grill remembers your favorite order.
In our three residence halls you'll find new friends and discover more about yourself at the same time. Whether you're up late at night playing Wii with friends in your building, preparing family recipes in your shared kitchenette, or working on a service project with fellow members of your Living-Learning Community, GCU is all about making you feel free---free to explore, take on new challenges, and grow.
What's it like to live on campus? Find out about the GCU Residence Halls.
And what's available to students at Georgian Court? Discover the many student life programs and organizations designed with you in mind.
Dining on Campus
Cuisine at the Court offers something for everyone, whether you're a chocoholic, a strict vegan, or just looking for a quick slice of pizza between classes.
The Dining Hall, located in east wing of Raymond Hall, is the main campus eatery. A contemporary buffet features a fresh deli, a cooked-to-order grill, and a deluxe soup and salad bar, and you can take your pick of fruit, cereals, pastries, and hot and savory entrees. And there's always a variety of pizza, hot entrees, and desserts for lunch and dinner.
The Court Café, a sunny bistro between the Arts and Science Center and the Sister Mary Joseph Cunningham Library, offers prepackaged and made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, salads, and other grab-and-go fare. Perfect for busy commuters and residents, it's also a favorite go-to spot for coffee, meeting friends for a quick bite before class, or just taking a break to refuel.
Chartwells is GCU's official campus caterer. Find details about meal plans, menu options, nutrition, and much more at their Dine on Campus site.