The mission of the Grand Canyon University Club Sports Medicine team is to provide the highest quality of health care possible while maintaining a safe environment in which the GCU Club Sports student-athletes will perform. Our sports medicine team utilizes the most advanced, research-based therapeutic techniques available in the realm of sports medicine. Every effort is made to ensure an optimum state of physical, emotional and mental health, preparing each club student-athlete to excel in club sports and beyond.
The sports medicine team’s focus goes beyond first aid. Our staff provides an opportunity for comprehensive health and wellness education for our club student-athletes. GCU Club Sports Medicine promotes the mission and upholds the standards of Grand Canyon University, Arizona Athletic Trainers’ Association and National Athletic Trainers’ Association.
The club sports athletic training room is located in the north end of Antelope Gymnasium (Building 22), which is just south of the GCU track.
The following tasks must be completed before a student-athlete is cleared by the club sports staff to participate in practice or competition.
If you are a returning student-athlete, we are NO LONGER USING Athletic Training Systems (ATS) for registration (only in case an injury occurs at sanctioned event). Please make sure you complete all your ACTIVE WORKS requirements.
We are no longer using ATS for registration purposes. We will only be using ATS for injury documentation. Club Sports athletes should be prepared to schedule an appointment with Club Sports Medicine to fill out ATS paperwork prior to treatment of an injury. Please make sure you complete all Active Works requirements, upload your new physical and the front and back of your insurance card on Active Works.
For general questions, concerns or to speak to a staff member please call the office line at 602-639-7065
Monday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm