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 works with each student to create a personalized academic plan.
  • Community Engagement through service learning.
  • Tuition rates are among the lowest in the state.
  • On-site financial aid and scholarship assistance.
  • Advisors on site to guide students from application to graduation.

STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

LEADS Integrative Studies

Darla Eimers
GVSU LEADS Program, Alumna

Allied Health Science

Justin Sheehan
Allied Health Sciences, Student Testimonial
 

Karalyn Cain, GVSU M.P.A.S. student in Traverse City.

Karalyn Cain
Physician Assistant Studies, Alumna
 


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GVSU partners with Michigan Works! to offer job-seekers short-term training programs

GVSU partners with Michigan Works! to offer job-seekers short-term training programs

Grand Valley's Traverse City Regional Center has partnered with Michigan Works! on a program that assists job seekers in rural areas who want to transition from education and training programs to better-paying jobs and careers.

Oct 19, 2022

Students in environmental studies class immerse themselves on northern Michigan's Beaver Island during field school

Students in environmental studies class immerse themselves on northern Michigan's Beaver Island during field school

Ten Grand Valley students had what a faculty member called "a study abroad experience in the middle of Lake Michigan" to cap off an environmental and sustainability studies course.

Jul 21, 2022

From NMC, Anderson found a steady path to becoming a PA student

From NMC, Anderson found a steady path to becoming a PA student

Ashley Anderson laughed when she recalled it was a cat that sent her down her current career path.

May 11, 2022

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