Greetings.

Thanks for stopping on the Enrollment Development pages.

Fall semester is upon us and we will soon know what records have been broken or what goals have not been met, in the meantime please enjoy every minute of start-up and the return of students and faculty to campus.

The Division has just published our first newsletter. I cannot promise that you will receive one on a really regular basis but rather a few times throughout the year when we have something noteworthy to talk about.

Information Technology has published several “Cyber Safety” newsletters this summer. They expect to do more of them as the year progresses. Cyber safety and security has never been more important and frankly, challenging. There are many who wish nothing more than to disrupt business as usual with phishing, malware, ransomware and other devious tricks. Please follow this link to view the newsletters.

Soon there will be links to on-line training on security issues, licenses have been purchased and the software will be loaded very soon.

The recruitment staff in admissions are putting the final touches on their fall travel schedule and will return to the field shortly after the Labor Day holiday.

As for the rest of us, we are very busy welcoming everyone back to campus.

Thank you for all that you do to support the recruitment and retention efforts at Grand Valley State University.

Go Lakers!

Lynn Blue

Lynn Blue
Vice President for Enrollment Development 
4035 James H Zumberge Hall 
616-331-2500 

Cyber Safety

Cyber Safety

News

Grand Valley named a top Midwest university

September 12, 2016

Grand Valley State University has been named a top university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report.

GVSU announces another record-breaking enrollment for fall

September 08, 2016

More students have enrolled in Grand Valley State University than ever before. Records are broken in total enrollment, first-year students, minority students and those living on campus.

Record number of students moving on campus

August 22, 2016

A record-number of students began moving on campus at Grand Valley Monday. Approximately 6,300 students will live on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses this year. That figure tops last year's on-campus number by about 150 students.

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