The facility houses one of the largest interprofessional, comprehensive simulation centers in Michigan.
An outdoor space at Calder Art Center became a muse and welcome place to gather for pandemic-weary students and their instructor.
A veteran entrepreneurship program offers a trusting atmosphere for vets to succeed.
Development of recent pipeline and financial aid programs have opened the university's doors even wider to diverse students and helped diversify the area's workforce.
Alena Zachery-Ross '95 has lived her family's strong belief in education while maintaining close ties to GVSU.
President Philomena V. Mantella: "We are ready to teach, to learn and to discover."
GVSU's athletic fields were silenced last fall by the COVID-19 pandemic but student athletes, Laker coaches and staff members raised a collective voice against racial injustice.
GVSU is ready to help the newest graduates reach their goals.
Laker teams play on fields manicured by an award-winning grounds department.
Two GVSU students have launched an apparel company with a mission to save the Great Lakes.
Researchers working with device that offers promising opportunity to more deeply analyze soft tissue injuries
Movement Science faculty are conducting research with student athletes to test the effectiveness of a device that can help assess the extent of injuries in muscles and ligaments.
Tim '73 and Cherie Duthler are Alumni Champions and give back to GVSU to provide more opportunities for Lakers.