March 2022 Recap

March 31, 2022

In the month of March, GVSU welcomed new student organizations, and the CSLC hosted Community Outreach Week.

February 2022 Recap

February 28, 2022

The month of February included our annual Sibs and Kids Weekend full of fun activities, and introduced three new student organizations.

January 2022 Recap

January 31, 2022

January held many events for our campus' community, from volunteer opportunities, to the Winter Student Organization Showcase.

GVSU Named One of America's Best Colleges for Student Voting and Winner of the ALL IN Challenge

January 10, 2022

Washington Monthly included Grand Valley in its list of Best Colleges for Student Voting in 2021. Additionally, GVSU received the Best Action Plan Award from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.

December 2021 Monthly Recap

December 31, 2021

In December of 2021, Grand Valley held commencement ceremonies for students graduating in Fall 2021, and the Women's Soccer team won the national championship. The university also approved two student organizations for the upcoming semester.

November 2021 Monthly Recap

November 30, 2021

In the month of November, Grand Valley introduced several new Registered Student Organizations for various interests. The university also received recognitions for sustainability and for student voter engagement. RSO's hosted community events.

October 2021 Monthly Recap

October 31, 2021

October 2021 welcomed more new RSOs as well as some previously inactive organizations back. Grand Valley was also named one of the country's most environmentally responsible colleges.

September 2021 Monthly Recap

September 30, 2021

Throughout the month of September, Grand Valley State University received numerous recognitions and positive COVID vaccine statistics. Grand Valley also welcomed new as well as revived student organizations to our Registered Student Organization list.

Grand Valley Named Voter Friendly Campus for the Fifth Year in a Row

March 18, 2021

Grand Valley has once again been named a Voter Friendly Campus by the Campus Vote Project and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) for making voting and registration easy and accessible for students.

Nearly $10,000 Raised for the Bob Stoll Office of Student Life Student Employee Endowed Scholarship

December 18, 2020

After 37 years with the The Office of Student Life (OSL), Bob Stoll has retired. To honor and celebrate him, the OSL created the Bob Stoll Office of Student Life Student Employee Endowed Scholarship.

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