Enrollment Development

BBMS speaker tells audience to get rid of personal baggage, assumptions about students

Adolph Brown, who was the opening keynote speaker for the Black Boys and Men Symposium, set the stage June 14 before he even took the stage at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel.

Jun 16, 2023


More than 300 people expected to attend second Black Boys and Men Symposium

The second Black Boys and Men Symposium offers participants opportunities to learn, question and deconstruct barriers that impact the lives of Black boys and men.

Jun 7, 2023


Grand Valley's Pathway program opens for LAUP youth in Holland

Holland area youth who participate in Latin Americans United for Progress programs now have guaranteed admission to Grand Valley through the university's pathway program.

Jun 1, 2023


GVSU an early adopter of national call to employ more college students as K-12 tutors

The U.S. Department of Education issued the call to action on May 10.

May 10, 2023


Thompson Scholars celebrate community, recognize graduates

Foundation trustees visit to celebrate university's largest scholarship program

May 9, 2023


KCC students who want to transfer to GVSU benefit from agreement

Leaders from both institutions signed an articulation agreement to improve pathways to GVSU degrees

May 5, 2023


GVSU expands pipeline pathways for diverse students to education

Leaders from GVSU and Talladega College in Alabama signed an articulation agreement for students from Talladega to earn master's degrees at GVSU.

Apr 26, 2023


Leaders from GVSU sign articulation agreement with North Carolina HBCU

JCSU is the fifth Historically Black College or University (HBCU) to join the HBCU/Hispanic Serving Institution Consortium.

Apr 12, 2023


GRPS principal shares journey as first-generation student at TRIO celebration

Julian Ramirez-Torres told a room full of high school students about the doubts and fears he had before starting college.

Mar 28, 2023


Bolden shares story of her journey from GVSU to state supreme court

Krya Harris Bolden, who has sat on the Michigan Supreme Court since January and is the first Black woman to hold that seat, said a moment of time during her Grand Valley years has stuck with her.

Mar 16, 2023