LAKERS TOGETHER: Grand Valley is preparing for successful learning experiences when classes resume on Aug. 31. Learn more about the plan for fall in this handbook.
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Douglas Chambers III, class of 2019, wants to become a nurse because he believes nurses can take a holistic and community-centered approach to patient care.
Read more about Douglas Chambers III story, and how the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health is building better health care professionals.
Adrienne Cooley, ’18, has been able to take skills she’s learned in the classroom and apply them to her position as Firm Editor for GrandPR, giving her an advantage when she enters the professional world.
Read more about Adrienne Cooley, and about GrandPR.
Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business has many well-known and gifted faculty members. Marketing professor Ben Rudolph is a student favorite.
Read more about Ben Rudolph, and the impact he has made on students' lives.
Grand Valley is the primary talent pipeline for engineers in West Michigan, and a significant source of engineering talent for our state.
Demand has led to a 10% annual growth rate in Grand Valley’s engineering program for many years, and we are overflowing current facilities. Without the Innovation Design Center, we will have to cap our program at the current number of students which will not meet the needs of West Michigan employers, let alone the state.
Please help us keep growing our community. Learn more about the Innovation Design Center for Engineering.
The Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health, the third and capstone building of Grand Valley’s Health Campus expansion, will allow for the maximum interaction between students in our over 20 health sciences programs, learning on state-of-the-science simulation and technology, and opportunities for collaboration with other health care organizations in our community.
Excellence has always been associated with Grand Valley’s athletic programs. Donor support has been a critical component in achieving Grand Valley’s margin of excellence in both academics and athletics.
The new Jamie Hosford Football Center will include a significant expansion and remodel of the two-story structure which will be completed in two parts.
All donors who made a gift will have their name on a donor wall in the new Jamie Hosford Football Center.
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