"The classes for graduate studies are primarily in the evenings, which allow me to work during the day and attend at night." - Barbara Goodspeed, health administration grad student
A documentary on philanthropy that was produced by a Grand Valley faculty member is now available.
Michigan Cares for Tourism targeted two historic buildings at North Higgins Lake State Park.
The College of Education and College of Community and Public Service decorated thousands of bags.
Thirty-eight people graduated from the Grand Valley State University Police Academy August 17.
Nearly 40 students gave oral and poster presentations during the annual Summer Scholars Showcase.
Hospitality and tourism management students are spending two weeks at the festival in France.
The GVSU Police Academy's 2017 class is the largest in more than 13 years, with 40 recruits.
GVSU celebrated civic engagement by highlighting the work of 56 community-campus partnerships.
Joshua Brewer, '07, a police officer in Evansville, Indiana, formed the group, Uniting Evansville.
A documentary about philanthropy produced by a Grand Valley faculty member will air on WGVU Dec. 18.