Enrollment Development

GVSU recruiter in India able to give first-hand knowledge of university to prospective students

College recruiters are known for covering a lot of distance but Kirthi Kondapalli could win all bragging rights.

Oct 21, 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


Recruitment season: Admissions staff remains flexible to meet needs of prospective students

Admissions staff members will continue to face uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic when planning traditional high school visits.

Sep 29, 2021


Conference at GVSU for Latino youth focuses on building college-going culture

More than 1,000 Latino youth from across Michigan are expected to attend ALSAME, a conference sponsored by a consortium of higher education admissions officers.

Sep 28, 2021


GVSU leaders sign second agreement in HBCU pipeline program

GVSU leaders signed a second agreement with a Historically Black College/University, giving students at Saint Augustine's University in North Carolina opportunities to earn master's degrees in advanced computing or engineering fields in as little as five years.

Sep 20, 2021


GVSU sees increase in first-year and diverse students

Campus leaders said efforts to show students the quality and personal attention they will receive at GVSU are working.

Sep 13, 2021


GVSU receives federal grant to increase number of Kent, Muskegon county residents with college degrees, help fill talent gap

Grand Valley received a new $1.2 million federal grant to help increase the number of adults in Kent and Muskegon counties who pursue post-secondary education or vocational training.

Aug 31, 2021


New students participating in Laker Connections find immediate communities

Hundreds of diverse students who participated in Laker Connection orientations immediately found communities on campus.

Aug 26, 2021


Oliver Wilson Scholars set up for success after completing summer program

Nearly 60 incoming students have already completed their first six weeks of college by participating as Oliver Wilson Scholars, a program designed to support diverse students and set them up for success.

Aug 20, 2021


Facing teacher shortage, TRIO program focuses on recruiting, preparing future educators

As the nation faces a teacher shortage, the program focuses on recruiting and preparing students who would be future educators.

Jul 30, 2021