Health Information Management Program Application Information


Application Opens: October 1st
Priority Application Deadline:  March 1st (for priority consideration)
Applications will continue to be accepted until all seats in the program are filled.

The Health Information Management Program at GVSU is selective, requires admission to GVSU, completion of a secondary application, and corresponding materials.  Applicants may apply while courses are in progress.  There is no waitlist for this program.

Application Materials Checklist:

  • GVSU Admissions Undergraduate Application  - Admission to GVSU is required.  Students must be admitted to Grand Valley State University prior to submitting the HIM program application.
  • Health Information Management Secondary Program Application (use link above)
    • ​​​Note:  Plan to fully complete and submit this online application in one sitting as it cannot be saved to return later.
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 after completing 45 college credits 
  • Completion of 45 semester hours prior to program start 
  • Grade of "C" or better in BMS 250, BMS 251 and AHS 100 
  • Ability to complete Prerequisite and General Ed coursework prior to the practicum phase of the program 
  • Official and updated copies of ALL non-GVSU transcripts need to be sent directly to the GVSU Admissions Office at:
    Grand Valley State University
    Attn: Admissions Office
    1 Campus Drive - 150 STU
    Allendale, MI 49401
    [email protected]

All program application materials must be submitted and attached to the electronic application or emailed to Latrice Jones at [email protected]

If mailing materials is necessary, please address them to:
College of Health Professions - Student Services
Grand Valley State University 
301 Michigan St NE, Suite #113
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3314

Questions about admissions and applications? 
Call the CHP Student Services Office at (616) 331-5900 or email Latrice Jones at [email protected]


The College of Health Professions (CHP) Student Services Office (SSO) in collaboration with CHP faculty and staff provides academic advising, admissions, and other student services to future and current undergraduate and graduate students in support of their academic, professional and personal development on the campus and within the greater community.


Grand Valley offers an excellent education at a reasonable cost. See tuition, fees, and financial aid information below.

Students should plan on additional cost for travel expenses to clinical placements which can be up to three hours from Grand Rapids. 

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