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GVSU COVID-19 Update:

For the health and safety of the Grand Valley community, remote academic instruction will continue through April 25. The Admissions office is available to answer calls Mon.-Fri. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 616-331-2025 or 1-800-748-0246 or email admissions@gvsu.eduAdditional instructions and updates at www.gvsu.edu/coronavirus

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Campus residential buildings to close beginning March 24 after governor's stay-at-home order

Move-out from campus housing will be suspended through April 14. 

Grand Valley donates about 90,000 disposable gloves to regional medical system

The donation will help boost strained medical supplies due to the pandemic.

IT staff works to support students, faculty, staff through remote learning and work

As students, faculty and staff members adjust to learning remotely, IT has adjusted approaches.

Laker student athletes, coaches cope with loss of spring sports

Some track athletes were at NCAA Division II Indoor Championships when the meet was canceled.

GVSU health expert: Too many people not social distancing, public health students are 'advocates for their generation' 

Ranelle Brew said social distancing needs to be taken seriously, especially by younger generation.

Students begin to move out of on-campus housing as remote learning extends to April 25

Students can sign up to select a move-out date that works best for their needs.

From triaging to quarantines, ethics underpin difficult public health choices during a pandemic, according to GVSU expert

Scarcity of medical resources can create numerous ethical dilemmas, Jeffrey Byrnes noted.

Keeping campus clean demands extra attention from staff members

Cleaning and sanitizing buildings, touchpoints like door handles has been priority.

Charter Schools Office helps parents educate at home

Grand Valley's charter schools office has created a resource for parents teaching kids at home.

Local economy will experience shallow recession as result of COVID-19, says GVSU expert 

Paul Isely said West Michigan will experience a short, shallow recession.