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About Grand Valley State University
Allendale, Michigan, is home to Grand Valley's main campus, established in 1960, situated on 1,322 acres 12 miles west of Grand Rapids.
The 69-acre Robert C. Pew Campus in the heart of Grand Rapids is comprised of three separate sites with a total of 13 buildings and four leased spaces.
Meijer Campus in Holland
The Meijer Campus was dedicated in August 1998 and offers evening, accelerated, hybrid, and online coursework to area students.
Muskegon Regional Center
The Stevenson Center within Muskegon Community College was constructed in 1995 offering the university new opportunities in the shoreline community.
Traverse City Regional Center
Grand Valley was established in 1995 as a charter member of the Northwestern Michigan College's University Center.
Allendale, Michigan is 12 miles west of Grand Rapids
Living on campus gives you opportunities and advantages that can make your college experience more memorable, more enjoyable, and more successful. The Residence Life program at Grand Valley State University provides students with an opportunity to live independently in a supportive environment. The design of our residential communities is intentional, promoting community and campus involvement, and also contributing to friendships that will last a lifetime. Our staff focuses on the development of our residents, helping them become contributing members of a global society.
Courses available 10Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 1 Engineering 2 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 MBA 1 Sports Science 1
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