In President Thomas J. Haas’ annual Accountability Report, Grand Valley State University cited a new internal study that revealed a trend where students who graduated in four years accumulated debt lower than the national average.
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Anyone who has ever tried to transfer college credit knows it can be a hassle. But with the new agreement between Grand Valley State University and Montcalm Community College, the process may become a little less painful for some students. “We are excited about this partnership with Montcalm Community College and the value of this agreement for students,” said GVSU President Thomas J.
A new online program between Grand Valley State University and Michigan State University will give students the opportunity to train in the field of clinical research.
With the population on the rise in Allendale, the growth is getting ready to affect more than just the overpopulated living space on the local campus. Beginning in 2013, Allendale Charter Township, home to the main Grand Valley State University campus, will shift from the 89th into the 88th district of the Michigan House of Representatives.
The Grand Valley State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will host a workshop for its faculty to explore the ideas behind student advising. The workshop, titled ‘Out of the Box: Seeking Student Retention and a Path to Faculty Equity,’ will examine the important topics and issues that CLAS faculty advisers face.
The Grand Valley State University Counseling and Career Development center will participate in National Depression Screening Day Oct. 11 with various stations set up throughout the Allendale and Pew campuses.
As the projected 2013 opening of the new Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons approaches, Grand Valley State University’s Zumberge library is preparing for a renovation of its own, creating space for future administrative offices, according to Matt McLogan, vice president of University Relations.
Grand Valley State University’s history department and women and gender’s studies program are partnering with the Women’s and Gender Historians of the Midwest (WGHOM) to host this year’s 2012 Great Lakes History Conference, which will open dialogue across disciplines.
The Office of Integrative Learning and Advising for the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies opened last August in Grand Valley State University’s Connection Building.
While the fate of the presidency rides on secular issues like the economy and environment, faith and religious-based subjects, too, have become relevant in recent months. Although hard-hitting topics like abortion and social justice stand prevalent and bring heated discussion, other academic programs have just as much at stake with this election.
You pass it on your way to class, and you may have even heard the name, but how much do you really know about Grand Valley State University’s Seidman House? Many students are aware that it’s a tranquil place to study, with the ravines just outside the window and a fireplace crackling inside, but the building serves other purposes.
Because of the substantial growth of Grand Valley State University’s Frederik Meijer Honors College this fall, a second living center has been shaped and organized to fit the needs of Honors students. In the past, Niemeyer Living Center was the only Honors housing option, but Hills Living Center has been converted to accommodate overflow.
With a potential change in presidency, a change in policies, programs and plans follows. One of the most anticipated topics in the upcoming election is American health care and where the programs and systems are headed.
Come spring 2013, the students and faculty of Grand Valley State University College of Education will no longer be scattered around the Eberhard Center and will embrace their new, more spacious home within DeVos. The COE will be moving into some of the 3rd and the 4th floor areas of DeVos where the Seidman College of Business is currently located.
Three Grand Valley State University faculty members within colleges offering Master’s programs were awarded the universally competitive Fulbright Scholarship.
With graduation looming for many Grand Valley State University students, one of the major concerns for potential graduates is how to be marketable in areas that employers are looking for. The Seidman College of Business is looking to ease students’ worries by pinpointing the traits sought by employers.
More than 40 Grand Valley State University students gathered Nov. 14 to get a glimpse into what their future employers may want.
While most Grand Valley State University students are thinking about the upcoming winter break, those who have been studying abroad this semester have other things on their minds. With the new semester beginning, these students will soon be making their transition back to life in Allendale.
Grand Valley State University’s repertoire of student publications grows every year with the help of the school’s 13 student journals.
A change may soon be in order for Grand Valley State University’s chemistry department, which has been developing a proposal that would allow students to drop the now mandatory discussion portion of their chemistry classes.
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