An Education
Destination

We're the first choice of students from throughout Michigan and across the country. Our academic excellence, engaged faculty, and great return on investment create an unmatched educational experience. That's the Laker Effect and we want you to be part of it.

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Stay in the loop and follow us on social media for the latest news from Admissions and around the university. Get connected and request info on specific academic programs and admissions events.

Visit Campus

Visiting campus is the best way for prospective students and their families to experience the Laker Effect in person. Take a tour, meet with an admissions counselor, and find answers to your questions about Grand Valley.

Apply

Applying to Grand Valley is the first step in becoming a Laker! We accept applications year around, and begin admitting new students on a first-come, first-served basis for the following fall semester in August.

200+ Areas of Study

Explore Grand Valley's selection of majors, minors, and certificates in more than 200 areas of study, then select the one that's right for you!

WHY
Choose GVSU?

More than 25,000 students have chosen to study at Grand Valley, making us one of the largest universities in Michigan. We're big enough to have the impact of a major university and small enough to give you the support and resources you need to move forward and succeed.

EXPERIENCE IT ALL

Co-ops, internships, study abroad, and student/faculty research prepare you for your first job and wherever life takes you.

LIVE LIKE A LAKER

Some of the newest living centers in the state are just one important part of a vibrant and diverse campus life experience. Whatever your interests, it's easy to get involved.

THE INVESTMENT OF A LIFETIME

It's not just that 94 percent of recent Grand Valley graduates are employed or pursuing advanced degrees, they're making a powerful difference in our communities all their lives.

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What's Your Laker Effect?

Watch video of Savannah Bressman

Savannah Bressman

Multimedia Journalism / Psychology

Savannah works with Laker News, Grand Valley's student run news program.

Watch video of Gloire Rubambiza

Gloire Rubambiza

Computer Science

Gloire used his computer science skills to design algorithms that make African internet traffic faster.



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