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GVSU's economic impact rises to $780 million

GVL / Kevin Sielaff The Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees holds a meeting Friday, July 10, 2015, to discuss the 3.0 percentage increase on tuition rates. The motion passed, meaning that Grand Valley students will be paying $163.00 more per semester in tuition. Matthew E. McLogan updates the board with a general report.

GVSU's economic impact rises to $780 million


MEGHAN MCBRADY | 06/06/16 12:21am

As a growing number of students arrive on campus, keeping up and sustaining the local economy often depends on those individuals who work, study and maintain that community they live in.


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GVSU named as a top 50 LGBT-friendly campus

GVSU named as a top 50 LGBT-friendly campus

Students consider many things before deciding what college or university to attend. They factor in tuition prices, their potential major requirements and maybe even how many friends they know also going to the school.

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GVSU track and field finishes year in top five

GVSU track and field finishes year in top five

Grand Valley State will be represented at the Olympic Trials.

Senior Darien Thornton recorded the third longest hammer throw in NCAA Division II track and field history at the National Championships on May 26-28.

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GVSU sweeps Wayne State 2-0 in NCAA Super Regionals

GVSU sweeps Wayne State 2-0 in NCAA Super Regionals

Swarm the circle and pose for the pictures. The Grand Valley State softball team is the 2016 Midwest Super Regional champions.

The fourth seeded Lakers (43-11) stunned the hosts and third seeded (No. 10 nationally) Wayne State (50-10) with a remarkable seventh inning rally in a 5-4 game one victory on May 11 and then defeated the Warriors in a tight 1-0 pitching duel on May 12 to win the best-of-three series.

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Saying goodbye

Saying goodbye

Approximately 50 years ago, Grand Valley State University held its first commencement ceremony. At that ceremony, the stage and the number of graduates looked a lot different than today.

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