Our Future

Ariel shot of Allendale Campus - Reach Higher 2025

Reach Higher 2025

Strategically advancing the university in bold new directions. Guided by our shared values, Lakers Reach Higher together to ensure continued academic excellence, service to our students and community, and organizational accountability.

Large group of students celebrating and dancing - Diversity Commitment

DEI Commitment

Commitments to social and racial justice include a campuswide network of advisors to ensure Black voices are elevated to the highest level of engagement with all university senior leaders.

Student standing proudly during commencement - Designing Education for 21st Century

Designing Education for the 21st Century

Collective avenues to accelerate new innovative educational practices essential for our future. The REP4 alliance takes this work nationwide to impact an exponential number of current and future learners.

Small group of Continuing Education students review class notes - Commitments to our Community

Commitments to our Communities

Commitments to help make a Grand Valley education accessible to more students than ever for both new and continuing learners.

90 %
of recent graduates are employed or pursuing advanced degrees
27
years in a row Grand Valley was named one of America's best college buys
22 ,269
students from all 50 states and 83 countries
145
degrees, certificates and badges

GVNext News

Crain's Executive Editor Mickey Ciokajlo poses while presenting GVSU President Philomena V. Mantella with a Newsmaker of the Year plaque.

Crain's names President Mantella Newsmaker of the Year in education

Annual newsmakers event honored GVSU President Philomena V. Mantella as Newmaker of the Year in education

Feb 27, 2024

GVSU Omni CEO Kara Van Dam

Omni from Grand Valley State University provides adults with pathway for degrees and skills

GVSU announced a new delivery model for adults to advance their economic mobility and career opportunities.

Feb 27, 2024

David Ruiter faculty director of the Teaching and Learning Commons at the University of California San Diego

President's Forum guest: How higher education can better address inequities

President Philomena V. Mantella and Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Fatma Mili welcomed David Ruiter, faculty director of the Teaching and Learning Commons at the University of California San Diego.

Feb 20, 2024

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