Scheduled for opening in May, 2021, the Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees has approved a new $70-million structure which will house health professions and add space for nursing programs. The address, 333 Michigan, NE, will be next to the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences.
This new endeavor is a turning point for the university, which will provide exceptional opportunities for the well qualified nursing students it has been turning away due to shortage of space. Total cost for the 5-story, 160,000 finished square foot building includes a $29 million outlay from the state. In a related matter, GVSU’s 2017-2018 tuition will be increased by 4.11%, bringing the annual tuition to $11,994 for a full time undergraduate Michigan resident.