College of Community and Public Service
The College of Community and Public Service (CCPS) at Grand Valley State University is one of the University’s three largest colleges, offering over 20 bachelor degrees and four master degrees. The CCPS is committed to teaching scholarship, research, community engagement, and service. Upon graduation within one of their bachelor programs, students will have the opportunity to work within many fields including:
The college works to support student success through the CCPS Undergraduate Academic Advising Center and by providing opportunities to engage with faculty mentors in a one-on-one environment. The CCPS also offers students opportunities to connect the classroom with many professional communities through the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and the Office for Community Engagement.
June 18, 2013
Jim McHale named chair of Johnson Center's Leadership Council
June 15, 2013
Research project identifies needs of nonprofit sector
June 10, 2013
Johnson Center to use golf outing as learning experience
June 6, 2013
Foundation Giving Evolves
June 5, 2013
Associate Dean Publishes in Journal of Research Administration.
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