Campus Cultural Groups

Campus Cultural Groups

Traveling to new places is an unforgettable experience. The foods you eat, buildings you see, and the knowledge you gain is life changing. One of the most important influences that can impact your stay is the people you meet and the interaction that transpires.

To get to know the campus and students better, it is important to become involved in campus life. There are more than 200 student programs offered at Grand Valley State University. Offered programs allow the campus community of students, faculty, and staff to interact. All of the programs are divided into 10 major categories, making it easy to find something that peaks your interest.

academic/professional
cultural
Greek Life
media/entertainment
performing arts
religious
services
special interests
sports/recreation
student government

For information on becoming involved in campus programs, contact the Student Life Office or Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Student Life Office
Kirkhoff Center, Room 110
Allendale, MI 49401
(616) 331-2345

Office of Multicultural Affairs
Kirkhof Center, Room 1240
Allendale, MI 49401
(616) 331-2177

A great student organization for international students to connect with domestic students is BTW (Bringing Together the World) that meet Mondays at 7:00PM in Kirkhof 1101 where they create and put on cultural events for students. For more information visit the Facebook page here.



Page last modified March 19, 2019