Grand Canyon Education Revenue 2010-2023 | LOPE

Grand Canyon Education revenue from 2010 to 2023. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Grand Canyon Education Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2023 $961
2022 $911
2021 $897
2020 $844
2019 $779
2018 $846
2017 $974
2016 $873
2015 $778
2014 $691
2013 $598
2012 $511
2011 $427
2010 $386
2009 $262
Grand Canyon Education Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2023-12-31 $278
2023-09-30 $222
2023-06-30 $211
2023-03-31 $250
2022-12-31 $259
2022-09-30 $209
2022-06-30 $200
2022-03-31 $244
2021-12-31 $251
2021-09-30 $207
2021-06-30 $201
2021-03-31 $237
2020-12-31 $238
2020-09-30 $198
2020-06-30 $186
2020-03-31 $222
2019-12-31 $213
2019-09-30 $193
2019-06-30 $175
2019-03-31 $197
2018-12-31 $178
2018-09-30 $155
2018-06-30 $237
2018-03-31 $276
2017-12-31 $271
2017-09-30 $236
2017-06-30 $218
2017-03-31 $248
2016-12-31 $245
2016-09-30 $210
2016-06-30 $191
2016-03-31 $227
2015-12-31 $216
2015-09-30 $193
2015-06-30 $175
2015-03-31 $194
2014-12-31 $190
2014-09-30 $175
2014-06-30 $159
2014-03-31 $167
2013-12-31 $162
2013-09-30 $152
2013-06-30 $141
2013-03-31 $142
2012-12-31 $141
2012-09-30 $134
2012-06-30 $119
2012-03-31 $117
2011-12-31 $113
2011-09-30 $109
2011-06-30 $103
2011-03-31 $102
2010-12-31 $100
2010-09-30 $99
2010-06-30 $98
2010-03-31 $89
2009-12-31 $77
2009-09-30 $66
2009-06-30 $63
2009-03-31 $55
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Schools $4.312B $0.961B
Grand Canyon Education, Inc. is a regionally accredited provider of online postsecondary education services focused on offering graduate and undergraduate degree programs in its core disciplines of education, business, and healthcare. In addition to its online programs, it offers programs at its traditional campus in Phoenix, Arizona and onsite at the facilities of employers.
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