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Major Priorities for this campaign are the most critical strategic needs in the broad goal areas of opportunity, achievement, and relevance. Also view our Additional Needs programs that directly benefit students and our community and address specific ongoing needs.
Support scholarships that are primarily based on academic achievement to attract and retain talented students.
Support scholarships that are primarily based on financial need through supplements to federal grants and support for moderate income students.
Provide high-impact experiences for students such as internships, co-ops, and clinical placements.
Support enhanced and expanded student leadership opportunities.
Enhance and expand student support programs including academic advising and career counseling.
Support greatest needs in any of Grand Valley's programs. Learn more about Greatest Needs for Student Success.
Provide peer mentoring opportunities for more students through the university’s Knowledge Market. Peer mentoring is available for writing, research, technology, and presentation skills. Learn more about Knowledge Market Peer Mentoring.
$25 Suggested gift
Support the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health, the flagship of our expanded health campus. The center will allow the maximum interaction between students in our 20 health sciences programs, learning on state-of-the-industry simulation and technology. Learn more about the Health Campus Expansion.
Support the Innovation Design Center, which will allow the college to transform existing space to meet projected annual enrollment increases, better serve our community and industry partners, and support our K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) outreach to prepare future engineers. Learn more about the Innovation Design Center for Engineering.
Support materials, equipment, instruments, and enrichment opportunities for performing arts students. Learn more about the Enhanced Performing Arts Space and Programs.
Support faculty positions of highest priority across all academic programs and units. Learn more about Named and Endowed Faculty Positions.
Support the greatest needs for academic programs, centers, and capital projects to meet changing employment needs. Learn more about Greatest Needs for Academic Relevance.