Georgian Court focus of National Catholic Reporter feature

The Court Goes Coed

As part of its fall special section on higher education, the National Catholic Reporter dispatched veteran journalist Patricia LeFevere to find out more about GCU’s transition to coed. In late September she spent a day with students, faculty and staff as she explored the lessons learned and a few surprises that came with the move to coed. Her story offers insight from several sources, including the School of Business, which has seen a significant jump in the number of male students, and soccer players who left their homes in England, Germany and other faraway places to take the field for the GCU Lions.

LeFevere’s story follows recent coverage by the Star-Ledger and the Asbury Park Press, among other media outlets. The National Catholic Reporter article is not published online, but a PDF is provided here as a courtesy.

NOTE TO READERS: If you experience broken links or need hard copies of any media stories mentioned in this post, please contact the GCU Office of Public Information at 732.987.2266.

The Court Goes Coed

As part of its fall special section on higher education, the National Catholic Reporter dispatched veteran journalist Patricia LeFevere to find out more about GCU’s transition to coed. In late September she spent a day with students, faculty and staff as she explored the lessons learned and a few surprises that came with the move to coed. Her story offers insight from several sources, including the School of Business, which has seen a significant jump in the number of male students, and soccer players who left their homes in England, Germany and other faraway places to take the field for the GCU Lions.

LeFevere’s story follows recent coverage by the Star-Ledger and the Asbury Park Press, among other media outlets. The National Catholic Reporter article is not published online, but a PDF is provided here as a courtesy.

NOTE TO READERS: If you experience broken links or need hard copies of any media stories mentioned in this post, please contact the GCU Office of Public Information at 732.987.2266.

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