Padnos College of Engineering & Computing Alumni

Tell us how you want to connect with PCEC and how we can support you after graduation!

PCEC Alumni Survey

Stay engaged with PCEC after you graduate!

There are various ways to stay involved with the Padnos College of Engineering & Computing after graduation. Volunteer to assist with one of our many K-12 outreach events; sign up for the GVSU alumni speakers bureau and share your expertise in the classroom; support current students by providing co-op, internship, or project experiences; stay informed by subscribing to our newsletters and following us on social media, and give back to the college so that we can develop the next generation of computing, engineering, and occupational safety experts!

Keep your contact information current so that we can stay in touch!

Alumni Resources

Grand Valley State University is committed to continuing to connect with and provide resources to alumni. The university provides a variety of resources to alumni including lifetime career center access and many networking opportunities. Stay connected to fellow GVSU alumni, take advantage of a $1000 scholarship to come back to Grand Valley for future classes, and use the resources available to you to further your career! 

Alumni Outcomes

Curious about what PCEC alumni do after graduation? Check out our PCEC Alumni Outcomes!

Alumni Spotlights

Allow us to feature you! We love sharing stories about all of the great things our alumni are involved in! Share your story by submitting the 'Alumni in 5' Questionnaire below.

GVSU 'Alumni in 5' Questionnaire

Spotlights

Nicki Bonczyk '14 Spotlight

Nicki Bonczyk '14

My favorite GVSU memory is probably senior project day. It was the last big event I participated in at GVSU and it was great to reach the finish line and graduate.

Abigail Gbewonyo '18 & '21 Spotlight

Abigail Gbewonyo '18 & '21

One of my favorite memories at GV was being a Graduate Assistant. This opportunity allowed me to work closely with faculty professors and receive mentorship in both my research and professional journey.

Gloire Rubambiza '18 Spotlight

Gloire Rubambiza '18

One of my favorite GV memories is the bus trip from Michigan to the Undergraduate McNair Scholars conference in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, NY.

Kasey Wesley '20 Spotlight

Kasey Wesley '20

I have so many great memories from the OSH program. I built strong relationships with the students and professors.

Keara Anderson '20 Spotlight

Keara Anderson '20

My favorite GV memory is all the late nights spent doing homework in Kennedy with my friends - especially when pizza was involved!

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