Alumni in 5
One of my favorite memories was living with 3 of my best friends in college at an apartment together.
My favorite Grand Valley memory was tailgating with my fraternity brothers before football games. Everyone was decked out in GVSU colors, ready to cheer the team on.
Some of my favorite GVSU memories are sitting and chatting with Carlos Santana after his concert, meeting Walter Cronkite, and finding my best friend.
My favorite Grand Valley moment would be when my fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc- Iota Epsilon chapter, was able to do a campus and community wide water drive.
My favorite Grand Valley memory was my time as the Lab Assistant for the Occupational Safety and Health Department.
While completing my English major, I felt like I was not a good enough critical thinker and writer compared to my peers, but when I took a class with professor Kurt Bullock, he made me recognize that I actually excel in these areas.
My favorite GVSU memories are receiving the Dean's Citation List Award, winning the ACG Mergers & acquisition cup, and participating in the project management competition conducted by Western Michigan Project Management Institute.
The Presidents' Ball will forever be a favorite memory of mine because I loved how the GVSU community came together for a wonderful night of celebration, recognition, and school pride.
A huge part of my experience at GVSU was working as a tour guide in Admissions. I started as a Freshman and ended up giving tours until I graduated.
I absolutely loved being a campus tour guide. Nothing beats seeing moms, dads, and/or other family members go from "anxious and worried to send their child off to school" to "comfortable and excited."