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Lakers Together Fall 2020 - What You Need To Know

Lakers Together Fall 2020

COVID-19 Student Survival Guide

COVID-19 Student Survival Guide by Dr. Christine Yalda, GVSU School of Criminal Justice

We are proud of our highly regarded community-engaged programs.

Through our community engagements, the College of Community and Public Service creates a dynamic learning environment for our students and empowers our community partners with quality research and data. Our accomplished faculty offers a wide range of expertise, including criminal justice, health administration, hospitality, human welfare, nonprofit management, public service, philanthropy, social justice, and tourism. Our Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy shapes usable knowledge for nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good.

Learn how CCPS students Engage. Enrich. Enhance. their lives and those in their communities.

Digital Dialogues with Dean Grant

Learn what's new in CCPS, the Dean's priorities and how to support our students.

We call ourselves an engaged College because we take the skills and talents of our faculty and staff and we work on projects in the community. We help to be a voice. We see ourselves as a college and a university, but we are part of the community and not separate from the community.  - Dean George Grant, Jr.

WGVU Morning Show

Established in 2004
Established in 2004
2,117 Students Enrolled in CCPS Programs
2,117 Students Enrolled in CCPS Programs
6 Graduate and 5 Undergraduate Programs
6 Graduate and 5 Undergraduate Programs

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