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There are many offices on both the Allendale and Pew Campus available to help students transition and succeed at Grand Valley State University.
The Student Academic Success Center fosters student development and academic success by providing support services for students to assist them in achieving their educational goals.
The Tutoring Center's aim is to help students understand difficult content by clarifying questions related to the subject, providing practice with problems and concepts, and teaching study techniques.
At GVSU, we seek to support and celebrate the religious, secular, and spiritual diversity of our campus. Campus Interfaith Resources exists to both accommodate the unique needs of various faith-based groups on campus while also proactively appreciating the richness of our diversity through educational and engaging programs.
The mission of Disability Support Resources (DSR) is to provide support resources and accommodations that enhance the environment for persons with disabilities and to help educate the university community on disability issues.
The Center for Women and Gender Equity strives to create meaningful learning about gender and to advocate for gender justice through the education, engagement, and empowerment of students and the greater GVSU community.
The Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center advocates for institutional equity, promotes community-building, and provides educational opportunities to create an informed, cohesive, and just campus where community members of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender presentations are supported and welcome.
We believe in collaboration, diversity & inclusion, healthy lifestyle, service, student learning & development, and sustainability. RecWell offers something for everyone, which means there's a lot!Check out the website for more information!
Replenish, provides food and personal care items to meet the short-term challenges that students may face when unable to purchase such items. Obtaining an adequate food supply is often a major component of financial stress and research has proven that inadequate nutrition decreases academic performance.
The team of trained professionals is committed to improving the mental health of the GVSU student body through counseling, education & consultation. Free counseling services are offered to students such as: one-on-one counseling, group counseling, emergency services, peer education programs, special events, and more!