The Office of Student Services is comprised of dedicated, knowledgeable, and student-centered professionals who are prepared to advise students at all stages of the process from the pre-nursing program stage through graduation. We are available to answer your questions, address your concerns, and provide you with the support you will need as you navigate the University, the admission process, and life as a nursing student.
Once you declare nursing as your major, you will be assigned a KCON Academic Advisor. You should meet with your advisor at least once per semester.
How can your advisor help you?
- Degree Planning
- Registration Support
- Admission Issues
- Offer personal support and career guidance
- Navigate other GVSU resources
DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health
Grand Rapids, MI
Where to Start?
Thank you for your interest in the Kirkhof College of Nursing at Grand Valley State University!
Explore our undergraduate and graduate programs:
- RN to BSN Program
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
- Master of Science in Nursing
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Graduate Certificates in Specialty Areas
Are you still trying to decide if nursing is the right fit for you? Participate in job shadowing or volunteering to gain first-hand experience.
Ready to start your nursing journey? These next steps can help you get started:
Newly Admitted GVSU Students
Welcome to Grand Valley State University!
The Kirkhof College of Nursing's Office of Student Services is here to assist you as you complete your pre-requisite courses and prepare to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
Check out these resources for an overview of the nursing program and to stay on track:
- Curriculum Checklist
- General Education Quick Guide
Current Nursing Students
Congratulations and welcome to the Kirkhof College of Nursing!
We know you are excited about your first classes and clinical experiences. Follow these steps to make sure you are well-prepared before the start of the semester!