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Seidman develops business talent that contributes to the economic growth of West Michigan and the Great Lakes region. Through the exchange and application of knowledge with a global perspective, our students learn to make informed decisions, act ethically, and take initiative. Our distinctiveness is grounded in strong community collaborations, applied scholarly contributions, innovative approaches to learning, and a supportive environment.

We continuously strive for the highest quality in our personal, professional, and organizational endeavors.

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Seidman Center                                                                                   
1st Floor - Restrooms and Rooms 1013, 1019, 1056 and 1077
2nd Floor - Restrooms and Rooms 2044, 2046
3rd Floor - Room 3005 and its immediate corridor


Grand Valley's President Haas announces retirement in 2019

February 28, 2018

Grand Valley State University President Thomas J. Haas announced he will retire, effective June 30, 2019. He became the university's fourth president in 2006 and has led Grand Valley through a steady period of managed growth and success.

Construction date set for Studio Park

February 27, 2018

Downtown mixed-use development set for April or May groundbreaking; alterations made to original plan.

Study says Grand Rapids offers nation's 'most balanced lifestyle'

February 15, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Never mind the time you spent shoveling snow this weekend. West Michigan offers the best balance of affordable housing, shopping, commuting times and health, according to a survey by MagnifyMoney.com, a personal finance website.

Laker Line receives federal funding, will offer more efficient travel between campuses

February 13, 2018

Grand Valley State University students and bus riders traveling between Allendale and Grand Rapids will have enhanced transportation options now that the Laker Line initiative has received federal funding.

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