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For Students

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For Faculty & Staff

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For Alumni

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For Community Members

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College Engagement Liaisons Committee

Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies - Kristin Moretto  

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - Donovan Anderson 

College of Health Professions - Julie Hall 

Kirkhof College of Nursing - Susan Harrington

Seidman College of Business - Paul Isely

College of Education - John Shinsky

Padnos College of Engineering and Computing - Casey Thelenwood

College of Community and Public Service - Barry Kanpol

The Graduate School - Mark Luttenton 

Help out during the region’s COVID-19 response

As GVSU Lakers we understand that even as we manage the impacts on our university, we must also look beyond to serve our community and society as we are able. Please check out the following centralized resources for opportunities to volunteer – even remotely – or to donate to support in the COVID-19 response and continue to check the Community Engagement site for updates and opportunities.

Volunteer opportunities for students can be found on the Community Service Learning Center website.

Gov. Whitmer and MDHHS launched a new volunteer website, www.michigan.gov/fightcovid19, where trained medical professionals can register to serve their fellow Michiganders by assisting hospitals in fighting COVID-19. Other state residents also can use the site to find out how they can help in their local communities, give blood, donate money or needed medical supplies, or assist public health officials in tracking infections.

More faculty should share their research expertise to help address public issues (Inside Higher Education – Opinion, 3/20).

2020 Census

The U.S. Census occurs every ten years and your participation matters! The 2020 Census will directly impact political representation for the next decade, federal funding and will inform other decisions guided by census data. Here are a few important things to know:

  • ALL people (without regard to citizenship status) need to submit the Census.
  • On and off-campus students should complete the Census online using your college address. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, “When responding to the 2020 Census, college students should be counted where they live and sleep most of the time as of April 1, 2020. For most students, that means in their college town, not back home with their parents. Parents or guardians should only include children in college who live with them full time during the school year. They should not list college students studying or living abroad on April 1st".
  • In light of COVID-19, if you have gone back to your hometown (and are not living at or near GVSU), you should still count yourself for here, even if you won’t be here on April 1st.

For more information and guidance go to GVSU Counts.

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