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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Thanks to a long-standing partnership with Grand Valley and the Seidman College of Business, Crowe LLP recently established the Crowe LLP Strive for Progress Endowed Scholarship, which encourages underrepresented students to join the accounting industry.
Read more about the scholarship endowment.
Keegan Bauer '19 has directly benefited from first-generation student support, which allowed her to complete an unpaid internship.
Johnathan Otterbein, Class of 2020, has been able to apply what he’s learned in his engineering classes to a real-world project through Grand Valley’s solar racing team, which now has its own dedicated space in the Innovation Design Center.
Read more about Johnathan and the solar racing team.
You can play a role in Grand Valley’s success. A great way to show your support is by getting your name or the name of someone you love on a donor wall in the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health.
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 with greater opportunities for collaboration with other health care organizations in our community.
Grand Valley is celebrating 50 years of global exchange and study abroad this year. The university will host a variety of events and activities throughout the 2020 academic year.
Support the First-Generation Study Abroad Fund, a new initiative which supports students who wish to go on faculty-led study abroad programs.
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