Little Mac Bridge
The pedestrian bridge, Little Mac, crosses 75 feet above the ravines, connecting the north and south sections of the Allendale Campus.
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Searching for colleges is an important decision. There are a lot of things that you will need to know in order to make a well-informed decision. Please take time to learn about all of the resources available to your student at Grand Valley. In addition, you will find an admitted student checklist. Please refer to the list for important deadlines.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
The Financial Aid office can find funds to help you and/or your student pay for college. For information about scholarships, grants, and loans, please go to the Financial Aid website.
Every student at Grand Valley has an advisor assigned to help with scheduling courses and satisfying the requirements for individual majors. For more information, please go to the advising website.
For students looking for internships or post-graduate employment opportunities, the Career Center can help identify employers as well as help students with resumes and interviewing skills. For more information, please go to the Career Center website.
Living on campus is an important part of the college experience. Students will have the chance to meet many people who help shape their college experience. Freshmen are able to choose from the Traditional-Style Living Center, Suite-Style Living Center, and Apartment-Style Living Center. For more information about housing, click here. If you are interested in learning more about dining options, click here.
Grand Valley has more than 300 clubs and organizations, so students will find many chances to get involved. For more information about these opportunities, please go to the Student Life website.
Computers have become a necessity in college. We provide many computer labs around campus and all of our academic buildings are wireless. In addition, the Living Centers have at least two Internet ports in every room. For more information about computer access on campus and information on discounts, please go to this website.
Grand Valley is committed to providing a safe and secure environment in which to work, live, and learn. For more information about campus safety, please click here.
Grand Valley has a walk-in clinic designed to help students with minor illnesses, injuries, and accidents. For more information, please go to this website.
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