The School of Computing congratulates retirees on many years of service.
May 12, 2022
The Grand Valley State University School of Computing is housed within the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing. We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in the fields of computer science, cybersecurity, information system, information technology, data science and analytics, applied computer science and health information and bioinformatics. The school also supports non-majors through a variety of minor programs, badge opportunities, and certificates. The School of Computing is located on the Allendale Campus in Mackinac Hall, where you can find our classrooms, project rooms, state of the art labs, our main office, and more. You can take a virtual tour of the Allendale campus, and our School of Computing labs. Further information about our degrees, facilities, partnership opportunities, resources, and more can be found below.
The School of Computing is proud that three of our undergraduate programs, computer science, information systems and information technology, have been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. See information on our program objectives, student outcomes and enrollment history.
Charles Billingsley graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2019 with two degrees. One in Computer Science and one in Film & Video Production.
Nov 16, 2021
Matt Shaver and John Spencer both graduated from Grand Valley in 2010 with their bachelor's degrees in Computer Science.
Oct 4, 2021
Katherine Skocelas came to the School of Computing and Information Systems in the Summer of 2017 after earning a Bachelor of Science in Advertising and Public Relations from GVSU.
Aug 24, 2020
Thomas Rudd (BS in IS) has had an interesting and exciting career since he graduated from GVSU in 2017. Upon graduation, Tom joined the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn Michigan.
Feb 11, 2020
My favorite GV memory was when three other GVSU students and I went to CalvinHacks and won third place with a Chrome clickbait detector.
One of my favorite GV memories is the bus trip from Michigan to the Undergraduate McNair Scholars conference in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, NY.
It's so hard to choose one GVSU memory. Some of my best memories include hall hockey in Pew (sorry about all the noise everyone), all the intramural sports, Relay for Life, and traveling down to Alabama to watch Grand Valley win a national championship.