- Frequently Asked Questions -
1. What is an "Explore More"?
An Explore More session provides students additional academic support outside the classroom. They are meant to be a resource for students to get additional instruction and/or assistance from content experts.
2. How long does an Explore More session usually last?
A typical Explore More session lasts for one hour, but certain Explore More sessions will vary in time from thirty minutes to two hours.
3. Am I required to attend and stay for the entire Explore More session?
No. Attendance is not required since this is an additional support available to students each week. Students are welcome to come and go as they please, however this is a great resource that students are encouraged to utilize.
4. What courses or subjects are offered through Explore More sessions?
Every College provides Explore More support for students. Go to the Explore More homepage to learn about the specific Explore More subjects offered or click on the Master Events Calendar to view every Explore More session available.
5. Where are Explore More sessions located?
Certain Explore More sessions recur every week in the same location, while other Explore More sessions vary in location from session to session. Be sure to check the Explore More site for the most up-to-date Explore More offerings, times, and locations.
6. Do I have to be enrolled in a certain course in order to go to the corresponding Explore More session?
No. For example, if you are not enrolled in "Beginning Ballet" offered by the College of Fine Arts and Production, but you would like to attend the Explore More session, you are welcome to do so.
7. Do I have to sign up in order to attend an Explore More session?
No. Unless stated otherwise on the Explore More site, Explore More sessions are a "walk-in" resource.
8. What do I need in order to attend an Explore More session?
Students are required to sign in with their student ID number or student ID card prior to the session.
9. In addition to Explore More sessions, is there any additional academic support outside the classroom?
Yes. In addition to Explore More sessions, students are encouraged to visit the GCU Learning Lounge. In the Learning Lounge, students can get additional support from LEADs (Learning Advocates) whom have received "A's" in their coursework or program of study. Stop by the Learning Lounge front desk in Kaibab, Building 25, for information on how you can get additional academic support on campus.