Graduate Campus Visit

Visiting Opportunities

Prospective graduate students are encouraged to visit campus. Take a walk through the Richard M. DeVos Center and the new L. William Seidman Center in downtown Grand Rapids. Visit the convenient Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences on Grand Rapids' Health Hill. Check out the state-of-the-art laboratories in the Fred M. Keller Engineering Laboratories or the John C. Kennedy Hall of Engineering

Prospective graduate students who wish to meet with a graduate program directly are encouraged to contact specific graduate programs for more information regarding visit opportunities.

You also can take a virtual tour of Grand Valley State University. This is a great resource for those of you unable to make the trip, or for anyone who wants a virtual view of Grand Valley’s campuses.

West Michigan

The region is home to the vibrancy of Grand Rapids, the state’s second-largest city, as well as the tranquility of Lake Michigan. Whether you’re seeking premier cultural attractions or sandy beaches, sporting events or one-of-a-kind sunsets, this area has all of those activities as well as year-round recreation within a short drive.

Learn about West Michigan and all it has to offer.

Grand Valley's Robert C. Pew Campus is in the heart of Grand Rapids.

Grand Valley's L. Williams Seidman Center on the Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids Campus.



Page last modified May 24, 2017