GVSU named a Top Midwest University, recognized for business and engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report

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Grand Valley State University has again been named a top university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report

In the "2022 Best Colleges" rankings, Grand Valley is ranked third overall for Top Public Regional Universities in the Midwest. Among regional universities in Michigan, GVSU is No. 1.

Grand Valley is also ranked among the Most Innovative Schools in the Midwest for making improvements in curriculum, campus life, technologies or facilities.

Grand Valley is listed among the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs, Best Undergraduate Business Programs and Best Undergraduate Teaching Programs. 

In addition, Grand Valley was named a Best Regional University (28th) in the Midwest and a Top Performer on Social Mobility for enrolling and graduating large proportions of students awarded with Pell Grants.

The rankings are based on 17 measures of academic quality, including peer assessment, graduation and retention rates, student-faculty ratio, student loan debt, tuition and financial aid. 

The full list of rankings is available online.

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