Admissions Application

The undergraduate and graduate admissions applications allow prospective students to learn about GVSU, get in touch, personalize their account, and apply online.

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Content Management System (CMS 4)

The GVSU Content Management system allows departments and organizations within Grand Valley to create and manage their own websites without any special software or advanced programming knowledge.

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eBenefits System

GVSU eBenefits allows GVSU employees to elect and manage benefits during open enrollment and new hire orientation.

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Events Calendar

The GVSU Events Calendar allows faculty, students, and the community to keep up with what's happening at GVSU. Sign up for e-mail alerts, share your events on Facebook, and submit your organization or department's events.

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Form Builder

Integrated into the CMS, Form Builder allows departments to create their own forms and easily view and export results. 

Form builder Homepage

The GVSU homepage features the most up-to-date information from events, news, success stories, and happenings across the university.

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GVM - Grand Valley Magazine

The Grand Valley Magazine was established in 2001, and is now available online.  

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Honors College Map

This interactive map on a touch screen display in the lobby of the Glenn A. Niemeyer Learning and Living Center is an easy way to view where students have studied abroad, to learn about student experiences, and to allow students to contribute their own stories.

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Housing Digital Display

This interactive touch-screen display shows interior and exterior photos and floor plans for the various living options on campus. 

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Oasis, a project of the Padnos International Center, allows students to manage their applications for GVSU study abroad programs.

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The Sail system (formerly Online Curriculum Development) allows faculty to plan courses, curriculum, and programs, as well as track the status of submitted curriculum proposals.

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Sprout allows faculty and staff to browse and sign up for classes covering a variety of topics, including professional development areas and health and wellness.

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Student Scholars Day Registration

The Student Scholars Day system allows all students to submit a registration to present scholarly and/or creative work during Student Scholars Day. The system also gives faculty mentors the opportunity to review and approve the submitted presentation.

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Zebra is the web team's project coordination and issue management tracking system. 

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Page last modified January 27, 2021