Shakespeare Festival Conference
Grand Valley State University (GVSU) is a public liberal arts university located in Allendale, Michigan, United States. The university was established in 1960, and its main campus is situated on 1,270 acres, approximately 12 miles west of Grand Rapids. Classes are also offered at the university's growing Pew Campus in Downtown Grand Rapids, Meijer Campus in Holland, and through centers at Muskegon and Traverse City established in cooperation with local community colleges.
|Lake Michigan Hall|
The University's main and original campus in Allendale is the location of most of the university's programs. The Allendale campus is composed of 1,280 acres perched above the Grand River next to a system of ravines and is divided into two areas, north and south campus, separated in the middle by West Campus Drive. State highway M-45 links the campus in suburban Allendale to US Highway 31/Lake Michigan to the west and Grand Rapids, Michigan to the east. Lubbers Stadium, the GVSU Fieldhouse and all other athletic facilities for the school's 19 varsity sports are also located on the Allendale campus. The campus is dotted with many sculptures including Dale Eldred, Joseph Kinnebrew and James Clover. Academic facilities on the Allendale campus include: 122 classrooms, 144 research laboratories, 20 lab prep rooms, 21 computer labs, and the Zumberge Library.
Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids campus
|GVSU Cook-Devos Center for Health Sciences, part of the Pew campus in downtown Grand Rapids|
The 33-acre (130,000 m2) Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids Campus is located in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids and is also located on the banks of the Grand River. It consists of 11 buildings and three leased spaces and includes the Richard DeVos Center, L.V. Eberhard Center, Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences, Beckering Family Carillon Tower, The Depot (houses the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development headquarters), Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, Keller Engineering Laboratories, John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering, Peter F. Secchia Hall (housing), Winter Hall (housing), and the Van Andel Global Trade Center. These facilities include 57 classrooms, 78 research laboratories, 23 lab prep rooms, 11 computer labs, and the Steelcase library.
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