Academic Excellence

Academic Excellence

"You're able to think critically about not just your career, but about life in general. That's one of the biggest benefits that you obtain while going to Grand Valley." - Hector Garcia, engineering major See more



Master of Public Health (MPH) Information Session

Master of Public Health (MPH)... Information Session

Today, 12pm - 1pm
Become a Leader in Public Health! Earn your Master of Public Health degree at GVSU. Join the Director of the MPH program, Dr. Ranelle Brew, to learn how and why you should earn your Master of Public Health at Grand Valley State University. Applications for the Fall 2016 MPH program are...
CYC Sketch Writing Workshop Registration Open

CYC Sketch Writing Workshop Registration... Open

Tomorrow, All Day
Know any rising 4th-6th graders interested in sketch writing? Join the Creative Youth Center for a sketch writing workshop with local writer and improv comedian, Amy Gascon. Participants will learn the ins and outs of sketch writing, choose their own topics, and write scenes that will be performed...
Group Exercise Classes - May 4th - June 11th

Group Exercise Classes - May 4th... - June 11th

Tomorrow, All Day
Spring Group Exercise classes are in session this semester! Stay active, enjoy the outdoors, and have fun with fitness by participating in Campus Recreation's Group Exercise classes. We have a variety of classes taking place downtown Grand Rapids, at nearby parks, in Allendale indoors...


Proposed independent living community survey coming

Proposed independent living community survey... coming

Grand Valley is looking for input on what to do with property it owns near the Allendale Campus.
Festival celebrates Grand River

Festival celebrates Grand River

Groundswell and West Mich. Environmental Action Council sponsor River City Water Festival.
Grand Valley partners with city entities to preserve oral histories of Native Americans

Grand Valley partners with city entities... to preserve oral histories of Native Americans

Grand Valley, Grand Rapids Public Library, and Grand Rapids Public Museum signed a memorandum of understanding... May 18 that will make more than three generations of Native American urban histories publicly available for the first time in Michigan's history.