Grand Valley State University's Traverse City Regional Center serves students in the region by providing undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Traverse City.  

Why Grand Valley State in Traverse City?

It's Convenient, Affordable and Personal

  • The University Center offers easy access and ample parking.
  • Community Engagement through service learning.
  • Tuition rates are among the lowest in the state.
  • On-site financial aid assistance.
  • Advisors work with each individual developing the best path for transfer or graduate students.



Are you interested in the unique learning opportunities that GVSU in Traverse City has to offer? Click the "Let's Get Started" button to meet your advisor and schedule an appointment by phone or in person.

Student Success Stories

Tori Rhodes
Liberal Studies alumna
Currently enrolled in the Occupational Therapy program at GVSU

Justin Sheehan
Allied Health Studies student
Traverse City Regional Center

Karalyn Cain
M.P.A.S. graduate student
Traverse City Regional Center


Old Mission Peninsula Expands

February 11, 2019

Grand Valley State University authorizer, of the newly formed Old Mission Peninsula Charter school expands grade levels.

Student Gives Personal Context to Youth Homelessness

January 08, 2019

Miller is pursuing a bachelor's degree in liberal studies through Grand Valley's Traverse City Center. After aging out of the foster care system at age 19, Miller was homeless for several months living in a tent in the woods of northern Michigan

Seeking Part-Time Faculty Member

December 21, 2018

Physician Assistant Studies program in Traverse City seeks a motivated individual for a unique opportunity as a part-time faculty member.

Putting a classroom design to the test

November 27, 2018

GVSU student, Jodi Carroll is making a big difference in her community, and in the life of one amazing little girl.

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Click the "Let's Get Started" button to meet your advisor and schedule an appointment by phone or in person.

Page last modified January 24, 2019