Five Grand Valley students placed first in The Project 2012, a Project Management Institute collegiate competition involving six Michigan colleges and universities.
Many SPNHA students take advantage of the available scholarships that can help finance a higher education. What follows is information on some of these opportunities. (Note that The Grand Rapids Community Foundation, Robinson Memorial Scholarship, Harry S. Truman Scholarship, the two Government Finance Officers Association Scholarships and Coleman A. Young Scholars Program are not affiliated with SPNHA or GVSU.) For helpful information about scholarships, see www.scholarshiphelp.org
Kurt Kimball Scholarship(renewable)
Caprice Wagner Memorial Scholarship (renewable)
Undergraduate students can apply for various forms of federal, state and institutional financial aid available through Grand Valley State University's Office of Financial Aid.
Graduate students are also eligible for the federal loan and work-study programs coordinated by Grand Valley State University's Office of Financial Aid. Direct Loans are the primary source of assistance for GVSU graduate students. Graduate students who are independent may borrow up to their cost of education with a combination of subsidized and unsubsidized Direct Loans. (See The Department of Education's William D. Ford Direct Loan Program for details.)