Grand Canyon Education, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2020 Earnings Release Date and Conference Call Details

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PHOENIX, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Grand Canyon Education, Inc. (Nasdaq: LOPE) announced today that it will report its 2020 third quarter results after market close on Thursday, November 5, 2020. The Company will host a conference call to discuss the results in more detail at 2:30 P.M. (4:30 P.M. ET) the same day.

Dial-In Numbers:

877 577 – 1769 (Domestic)
706 679 – 7806 (International)
Conference ID: 8364636

Please dial in at least five minutes prior to the start of the call. Journalists are invited to listen only.

Webcast and Replay:

Investors, journalists and the general public may access a live webcast of this event at: Q3 2020 Grand Canyon Education Inc. Earnings Conference Call. A webcast replay will be available approximately two hours following the conclusion of

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