Campus Collaborators

The Meijer Campus in Holland is proud to host campus collaborators that support our mission, vision, and values. 

futurePREP'd - Ottawa Area Intermediate School District

There are an array of innovative tools and experiences within the futurePREP'd  Program that help students to prepare for education, further training, and a career after high school. The Meijer Campus proudly collaborates with , and hosts, a variety of their P-12 and educator professional development initiatives. 

Ottawa Area Intermediate School District -- Early College Program

By beginning in 11th grade and taking a full schedule of college coursework in a 13th year,area high school students have the opportunity to graduate with both a High School diploma and an Associate Degree from Muskegon Community College. For more information, contact Melissa Bultema, Specialist/Early College, at 616-738-8940  

Small Business Development Center

The Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) enhances Michigan’s economic well-being by providing counseling, training, secondary market research for new ventures, existing small businesses and advanced technology companies.

Resource Center Services

  • One-stop locations where current and future small business owners can receive business assistance and advice
  • The latest computer technology, hardware, and software and an extensive small business reference library of hard copy books and publications
  • Software for a variety of business applications, addressing diverse business needs


The Meijer Campus hosts a variety of Small Business Development Center Seminars and Workshops. See our events page for upcoming workshops and details. 

The Meijer Campus in Holland is one of five Grand Rapids Community College locations in Ottawa County. At this location, students can take classes that are a part of the Michigan Transfer Agreement which allows students to seamlessly transfer to 4-year colleges and universities. 

Applied Global Innovation Initiative


Through product innovation that is interdisciplinary, intercultural, and innovative in approach The Applied Global Innovation Initiative empowers individuals (communities, faculty, staff, and students) to address challenging environmental, economic, and social issues facing the world’s poorest populations. Learn more by contacting Dr. Paul Lane at or 203-558-3140.

Holland Area Beekeepers Association


The Meijer Campus in Holland regularly hosts the Holland Area Beekeepers board meetings and events. Their knowledge has been instrumental in the development of the Meijer Campus apiary. For more information on the Holland Area Beekeepers Association, contact