L. William Seidman, widely recognized as “the father of Grand Valley State University,” was interviewed for GVSU’s 50th Anniversary Video History Project shortly before his death in May of 2009. The Grand Rapids businessman, who became an economic advisor to Presidents Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, chair of the FDIC and head of the Resolution Trust Corp.
Grand Valley features a rich academic environment focusing on excellent faculty, outstanding students, hands-on research opportunities and nationally ranked graduate programs. Grand Valley offers over 200 areas of study, including 87 undergraduate majors and 36 graduate programs.
Independent research and scholarship can be a daunting undertaking. To support students in their pursuit of research and scholarship, GVSU and OURS offer a number of resources to help with the research and creative process, submitting conference proposals and presentations, drafting publications and grant proposals, and doing formal presentations.
Find employment opportunities on campus by visiting the Student Employment Office at 103 Student Services Building in person or looking at their website.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Student Life wants to help you Become More than just another student. We have resources, programs, services, and organizations of every kind that will help you become who you want to be during college.
If you plan on studying at Grand Valley for more than one year, we recommend you apply for a Resident Assistant ( RA) position. The application to become an RA will be due in November for the following fall and winter.
Grand Valley State University Libraries was the proud recipient of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 2012 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. The University Libraries purposefully collect, teach, display, discover, disseminate and preserve information, in all its forms, to support the university curriculum and fuel the intellectual life of the university.
The Metro Health GVSU Campus Health Center is a full-service, on-campus health center focused on providing convenient and high-quality care for Grand Valley students and faculty. Our medical staff, including physicians and mid-level providers, offers a variety of health services, including treatment for injuries, infections and illness; women’s health; allergy shots; physicals and more.
Living on campus gives you opportunities and advantages that can make your college experience more memorable, more enjoyable, and more successful. And because students who live on campus get better grades and are more likely to graduate than those who don't, you realize that living on campus is really about more than a lifestyle - it's about your life.
We are home to 32 inter/national fraternity and sorority organizations, representing about 7% of the GVSU student community.
Grand Valley Fraternity & Sorority Life goes toe-to-toe as they battle to be the winner of Greek Week! LipSync is the highlight event of Greek Week where students show off their best dance moves in an effort to win the crown.
Grand Valley as an institution is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Grand Valley also has baccalaureate program accreditation with AACSB, ABET, APTA, CSWE, NASAD, NASM, NCATE, and NLN.
While studying at GVSU, I learned how to learn. I feel I can pick up anything that I am passionate about and use it to make other people's lives better. University also showed me how to make friends and what it really takes to be a good student.
My study at the university was very good and educative. I enjoyed my stay especially the conducive environment which supported my study and also the lecturers were also good and very patient. It has really helped me a lot
Grand Valley State University was a great place to begin my career in engineering. The focus on projects and applied learning helped to get me prepared for real world applications of engineering principles. However, their Co-op program is without a doubt the best part of the program as a whole. This is a mandatory full time (40 hours a week) internship lasting three...
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