2020-2021 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
Explore Grand Valley State University's online Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog for current information regarding
- undergraduate/graduate academic rules and regulations;
- course offerings;
- degree requirements and more.
Grand Valley students are responsible for knowing and understanding the requirements for the degree they are pursuing. In addition, students should be knowledgeable about university policies and procedures, including those contained in the undergraduate and graduate information sections of the catalog. *
Stay on top of important academic dates, through the Academic Calendar.
Through personalized learning enhanced by active scholarship, Grand Valley State University accomplishes our mission of educating students to shape their lives, their professions, and their societies.
Student Life and Services on Grand Valley's campus continues learning by providing opportunities to get involved outside the classroom and helps students make valuable connections while strengthening competencies.
University Libraries connects scholars and learners to a multitude of resources.
For those who aren't students, check out the many ways that community members can get involved at Grand Valley, in addition to all the opportunities that Grand Valley offers for lifelong learners wishing to continue their education.
For additional information, contact:
Grand Valley State University
300 Student Services Building
Allendale, Michigan 49401-9403
Telephone: (616) 331-2025 or
Toll free: (800) 748-0246 (for Admissions, Financial Aid, Housing, and Records)
For a printed catalog, please contact the Registrar's Office at (616) 331-3327 or visit our collection on scholarworks.gvsu.edu, where all of the university's course catalogs and bulletins have been digitized and are fully indexed and searchable.
*Although this catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, the information is updated regularly. All policies, procedures, fees, and charges are subject to change by the appropriate action of the faculty, the university administration, and the Board of Trustees.