The state’s public universities are an integral part of Michigan’s economic vitality, especially in tough times. Studies show the future of Michigan is brighter if more residents hold college degrees, and the number of college graduates living in a state determines the per capita income. Higher education continues to be a public good with far-reaching positive effects.
To that end, Grand Valley State University issues this yearly report to demonstrate how the state and its people are receiving excellent returns on investment. Grand Valley continues to be frugal, efficient, and student-centered while providing a powerful economic catalyst. The university produces high-quality graduates to improve Michigan’s future.
February 8, 2013
Haas presents accountability map to trustees
November 6, 2012
Campus Dining celebrates 25 years
November 2, 2012
Grand Valley's Accountability Report shows positive return for state and students
September 11, 2012
Grand Valley named a top Midwest university
August 21, 2012
President Haas urges freshmen to attend full time
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