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GVSU trustees approve new degree program that builds on technical associate degree

Grand Valley's Board of Trustees approved a new degree program designed for students who completed an associate of applied science degree and want to strengthen their academic skills to take the next step in their careers.

Nov 4, 2022


GVSU partners with Michigan Works! to offer job seekers short-term training programs

Grand Valley's Traverse City Regional Center has partnered with Michigan Works! on a program that assists job seekers in rural areas who want to transition from education and training programs to better-paying jobs and careers.

Oct 18, 2022


Skills employers want: New York woman enrolls in GVSU program to meet changing industry needs

From her home in Buffalo, New York, Tara Daggett looked at 12 universities but none offered programs that met her needs, until she found Grand Valley's accelerated degree and certification program.

Aug 23, 2022


Proctor named director of Alumni Relations

Kara Van Dam, vice provost for Graduate and Lifetime Learning, announced that Susan Proctor will assume duties as Grand Valley's director of Alumni Relations.

Jan 4, 2022


For internship project, Traverse City student creates inclusive week at elementary school

More than checking a box for degree completion, Darla Eimers wanted to expose students to cultures other than their own.

Dec 10, 2021


Enrollment in accelerated degree program increases by more than 70 percent

Enrollment in a unique, accelerated degree completion program for adult learners rose 72 percent over last year.

Oct 12, 2021


Faculty and staff sketches

Faculty and staff members who received accolades or published works are recognized.

Jun 11, 2021


Traverse City alumni say NMC University Center is benefit to northern Michigan

The University Center at Northwestern Michigan College is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Jun 7, 2021


First LEADS graduates fit state initiative to have more residents with bachelor's degrees

18 students will earn bachelor's degrees in integrative studies at the conclusion of the winter semester.

Apr 22, 2021


No return to normal: Panelists say education needs to better serve students when COVID-19 is over

Panelists at a virtual event who discussed the impact of COVID-19 on education agreed that when pandemic mitigation strategies are lifted a "return to normal" will not be the best-case scenario for many K-12 or college students.

Mar 5, 2021