Covid 19 Disclaimer

Grand Valley’s decisions on when to return to face-to-face instruction are evolving as the COVID-19 situation develops.

Courses starting May 4 (Spring – 1st six weeks, and Spring/Summer – full twelve weeks)

  • All courses will be offered remotely or online (no face-to-face instruction).
  • All study abroad programs are cancelled.
  • Experiential education programs (internships, co-ops, clinicals, etc.) have not been cancelled. Students may register for these courses. Experiences that can be conducted remotely can progress regardless of the current health-related conditions.
  • For in-person experiences, students should be aware that they may need to drop their spring term internship and take it in the summer term — or take an Incomplete and complete the bulk of their internship hours in the latter part of the summer into fall.
  • In-person spring/summer internships may be cancelled at some point prior to the start of the semester if conditions in the state dictate (i.e. another executive order from the Governor, public health warnings, etc).

Courses starting June 22 (Summer – 2nd six weeks)

  • Courses are currently scheduled as normal — either face-to-face or online/hybrid.
  • All study abroad programs are cancelled.
  • Experiential education programs (internships, co-ops, clinicals, etc.) are currently scheduled as normal.

Cool school. Hot classes.

Make this summer a productive one. Taking spring/summer semester classes in 6 or 12 week blocks at Grand Valley State University helps you catch up, stay on track, or get ahead while enjoying the convenience of online classes.

Classes are viewable now. Registration opened on March 16; check the registration schedule to see when you are eligible to register. In the meantime, take a look around and get ready for a GVSUmmer!

If you need assistance or have questions, please schedule an appointment with an advisor.

Choose from the options below for information specific to your situation.

Convenient Online Delivery

Whether you are a current GVSU student, a guest from another school, a West Michigander, or living far from campus, GVSUmmer makes it easy for you to take spring/summer classes and meet your academic needs without sacrificing your social or work life.

Academic Summer Schedule

GVSU offers spring and summer semester classes in undergraduate and graduate degree programs. A complete list of online courses can be found on our Summer Sessions site. Registration for Spring/Summer courses is now available. Students must register during their assigned registration time; check the registration schedule to see your eligible time.


Available Online Courses

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about summer classes? We have answers. Click on the FAQ button to the right.

We'll Help You Get Started!

For more information about attending Grand Valley during this spring/summer semester, contact the Admissions Office at (616) 331-2025 to speak with an advisor or ask us a question. We will get back to you right away.