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Baseball vs. Hillsdale webcast live Sunday

May 1, 2016

Grand Valley's baseball team will take on Hillsdale in a doubleheader that will be webcast live April 30 at 1 p.m. The game can be seen on gvsulakers.com and gvsu.edu/livestream.

Grand Valley to celebrate graduates April 30

Grand Valley to celebrate graduates April 30

April 30, 2016

More than 3,300 students will participate in Grand Valley commencement ceremonies Saturday, April 30.

Baseball vs. Hillsdale to be webcast live

April 29, 2016

Grand Valley's baseball team will take on Hillsdale in a doubleheader that will be webcast live April 30 at 1 p.m.

Adm. Loy receives Hauenstien Fellowship Medal

Former Coast Guard commandant Loy awarded Hauenstein Fellowship

April 29, 2016

Grand Valley's Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies awarded one of the university's most prestigious honors, the Col. Ralph Hauenstein Fellowship medal, to Adm. James Loy, a former commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard.

Board chair David Hooker congratulates Jim and Donna Brooks.

GVU Foundation marks 50 years

April 29, 2016

Jim and Donna Brooks were honored for their service to the Grand Valley University Foundation.

GVSU reports regional impact of $780 million

GVSU reports regional impact of $780 million

April 29, 2016

The annual economic impact that Grand Valley State University has on the region is estimated at $780 million.

President Thomas J. Haas, left, and Michael Shibler, superintendent for Rockford Public Schools, shake hands and sign an early college agreement April 28.

Grand Valley, Rockford Public Schools sign early college agreement

April 29, 2016

Through a new partnership with Grand Valley, Rockford High School students can take college courses in a health professions program without leaving their school.

President Thomas J. Haas

AP Forum set for May 4

April 28, 2016

The forum is an opportunity to ask President Haas and other members of the senior management team questions.

Melanie Watson, Jordan Hurner and Rosie Dutfield are among the students who passed the CCIP exam. Photo by Elizabeth Lienau.

Students pass internationally recognized business exam

April 28, 2016

Since 2009, only 21 Grand Valley students have passed the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris exam.

Photos by Jess Weal From left are Teresa Sturrus, Christina Donley, Gayle R. Davis and Cynthia McCurren signing a concurrent enrollment agreement between KCON and MCC.

KCON signs concurrent enrollment agreement with MCC

April 28, 2016

Leaders from Grand Valley and Muskegon Community College signed a concurrent enrollment agreement April 27 that will provide MCC students with a seamless transition to a bachelor's degree in nursing.

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