For health, science or PhD programs, pursuing education beyond a bachelor’s degree involves deciding between schools who compete in educational standards as well as those who aid in establishing prospective careers.
To help assist in the decision-making process, Grand Valley State University organizations are sponsoring the Professional School Fair on March 25, when admission representatives from more than 60 professional programs will be available to speak with students to discuss programs and answer questions.
“Students can come learn about what they’re interested in and learn how to be a competitive applicant,” said Julie Amon, an academic advisor for pre-professional programs and coordinator for the fair.
The event helps highlight local, national and international schools that students may be interested in attending for their future educational plans.
One of Grand Valley State University’s highest priorities is student safety, which is why ACES – Alcohol Campus Education Services – strives to ensure students make healthy life-long decisions regarding alcohol and drugs.
ACES is a campus program that offers resources for students who are either struggling with addiction or substance abuse, or know someone who is.