GCU Learn

GCU Learn has changed to domain authentication.

This means that you will use the same password to access the following University systems:

  • University PCs
  • Your student email
  • GCU Learn
  • The Information Service Centre

Reset your GCU Learn password

Attaching people to GCU Learn modules

For standard modules:

  • Contact your School's Programme Administrator. All standard module attachments are processed through ISIS. If you do not know who your Programme Administrator is check with your local ISIS co-ordinator.
  • Authorised Guests must be added to the ISIS staff table manually. If your Authorised Guest is not listed on ISIS please contact the Information Service Desk.

For Composite courses:

  • Contact your School's GCU learn Administrator. If you do not know who your GCU Learn Administrator is check with your School Office or contact the Information Service Desk.

For Communities:

  • Contact your local Community Organiser. The Community Organiser is a member of staff within the department who has permissions to add users to Communities.

Incorrect titles or names

For staff with permanent/fixed term HR employee contracts;
Your title and name details are taken directly from the HR employee database. This database holds your title, formal first name and surname and this information is imported directly into GCU Learn.

eg: Mr John Jeffrey Smith prefers to be known as 'Jeff Smith'. GCU Learn will insist on listing him as 'John Jeffrey Smith' according to his employee record.

Additionally, all emails sent out by 'Jeff Smith' will show as being from 'MR John Jeffrey Smith'. The title is capitalised by default.

If you wish to change the way your title or name is displayed through GCU Learn, you will need to update your HR employee record. You can update your details on HR ESS

For Authorised Guest users;
If your GCU Learn details are incorrect, please log a call with details of any changes required in the ISC.

Disabled modules

Modules marked disabled with a no entry sign have been made redundant.  This indicates that the module is no longer in use. 

If you need to retrieve data from a redundant module, please log details of your request in the ISC. Remember to include the module code.