Accountability Report recognized

A student celebrates during the April commencement. The accountability report shows that after Grand Valley students graduate, they find success in the workplace or in graduate school.
A student celebrates during the April commencement. The accountability report shows that after Grand Valley students graduate, they find success in the workplace or in graduate school.
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The nonpartisan think tank Center For Michigan posted a story recognizing Grand Valley State University's annual Accountability Report.

"The GVSU report card, based on well-documented and impartial state data, is a very good and easy to use consumer resource for any Michigan parent or student trying to make good decisions about the increasingly difficult prospects of paying for college," wrote the center's John Bebow. The full story can be read here.


In its third annual review of academic and fiscal performance, Grand Valley shows that it remains one of the most affordable public universities, despite waning state support. The report can be downloaded at www.gvsu.edu/accountability.