Living on Campus
Living on-campus gives our residents the opportunities and advantages that can make the collegiate experience more memorable, more enjoyable, and more successful. Living with us allows a student to connect with other students both on an academic and social level, making their time at GVSU an experience in life skills development. Family support systems may find the following transition information helpful, as they assist their students in making decisions regarding living on-campus at GVSU.
The Benefits of Living on Campus
Our selection of housing options offers a variety of styles, including some of the newest in the state like our South Apartments C, D, and E.
Students who live on campus earn higher grades, are more likely to graduate, and enjoy a more rewarding college experience than students who reside off campus.
Living on campus puts you closer to faculty, classes, computer facilities, the library, the fitness center, dining facilities, and more. Our academic-year leases, which include utilities, give students flexibility for summer.
Join the community council in your living area and gain leadership skills while you get involved in planning new events, programs, and services.
Living on campus is a great way to make new and lasting friends.
From campus recycling to living center energy savings competitions to the Campus Connector bus service and more, sustainability is a way of life at Grand Valley and its housing. All new building projects are built to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards.
Students who choose to work during their college careers have plenty of convenient employment options on campus. Earn money, develop discipline, and build references all close to where you live and learn.
Live among the beautiful wooded ravines and natural green spaces that make the Allendale Campus one of the most scenic campuses in Michigan.
Safety, Security, and Health
Grand Valley’s Department of Public Safety is a full-service law enforcement agency dedicated to providing residents, students, faculty, and staff with a safe and secure environment in which to learn, live, and work. All living centers feature card access security.
The Campus Health Center is an on-campus walk-in clinic designed for the diagnosis and treatment of acute minor illness, injury, or accidents for students, faculty, and staff.
Each living center has a support network that includes a living center director, resident assistant, and graduate assistant.
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