Rooms for Nursing Mothers
GVSU is striving to make it easier for nursing mothers to maintain breast-feeding after returning to work or school by providing private and comfortable rooms for nursing mothers.
Fieldhouse Women's Restroom
Main floor close to the athletics offices, Room B-127
Performing Arts Center (PAC) Women's Restroom
Kirkhof Center Women's Restroom
- Mackinaw Hall, room B-1-103
- Mary Idema Pew Library LLC: room #016
DeVos, Green Room
Contact Kathleen Wright for availability.
Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences [CHS]
L. William Seidman Center
Room 1007 (section C)
Lake Michigan Center Annis Water Resources Institute
If you are having difficulty making arrangements, please contact the Work Life Connections at 331-8011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The benefits of breastfeeding are widely recognized. Breast milk aids in the development of the baby's own immune system and the health benefits of breastfeeding last a lifetime. A breastfed baby is not only less prone to illness, such as ear infections, respiratory disease, digestive illness, SIDs and more, she/he is less likely to contact other diseases throughout life.
Page last modified February 19, 2014