The Muskegon Center offers a variety of student services:
- Career Advising
- Disability Support Services
- Technology Services
- Library Services
- University Bookstore
Grand Valley offers a variety of payment options: credit card, electronic check, cash, or money order. Visit the Student Accounts website for more information on each.
Payments in the form of cash or check can be made in Muskegon during office hours.
Disability Support Resources
Disability Support Resources (DSR) provides support services and accommodations that enhance the learning environment for students with disabilities. They have a number of services that allow students to overcome the challenges they face in a traditional educational system, from assistive technology to extra tutoring. DSR also helps educate the university community on disability issues. Professors can be supplied with materials that inform them of the unique learning styles of students with disabilities and ways to appeal to students' strengths. Visit the Disability Support Resources website for more information.
The Muskegon Center provides two computer labs for student use. Grand Valley State University provides students with a wide variety of services including email, network space, and a variety of software and web based programs. Information about programs and services can be found at the Information Technology website or by contacting information technology at (616) 331-2101.
Technology and Lab Support
If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Allendale Helpdesk at (616) 331-2101. Technology support at the Muskegon Center includes:
- Audio/visual support
- General software application support
- General Grand Valley technology related support
- MCC wireless support
- Grand Valley username/password support
- Grand Valley ID cards
- Instruction on basic Grand Valley technology
Note: Grand Valley does not have repair/troubleshooting facilities for student, faculty member, or staff member personal computers, routers, at home networks, or other technology related problems. Please contact an outside vendor for repair/troubleshooting services.
Students taking classes at the Muskegon Regional Center have access to Grand Valley State University databases and collections. Visit the Library’s Off Campus Services website to learn more about having books delivered to you off campus, searching databases, and meeting librarians devoted to your field of study. Students also have access to Muskegon Community College's Hendrik Meijer Library.
Note: Books can be returned to the Muskegon Regional Center free of charge.
The University Bookstore serves students taking courses at Grand Valley locations throughout the state. If you are enrolled in a Grand Valley regional sites course, take advantage of online textbook ordering at least one week prior to the start of the semester. After the online ordering has been suspended, textbook orders for Grand Valley Regional Sites can be placed by contacting the University Bookstore toll free at (866) 299-0001.
Visit the University Bookstore Regional Site website for information on ordering books, local book sellers, and book buyback.