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Grand Valley State University
Place / State :Michigan
Address :Director of Admissions, Grand Valley state University, Allendale, MI-49401-9403
Contact : E-Mail - 1
Website :http://www.gvsu.edu 
Degree Awarded :,Bachelor's, Master's,
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Accounting, Advertising, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Art Eductation, Art/Fine Arts, Art History, Athletic Training, Behavioral Sciences, Biology/Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Broadcasting, Business Administration/ Commerce/ Management, Ceramic Art and Design, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Information System, Computer Programming, Computer Science, Creative Wrting, Criminal Justice, (Pre)Dentistry Sequence, Earth Science, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Engineering (General), English, Film and Video Production, Film Studies, Finance/Banking, French, Geology, German, Graphic Arts, Health Science, History, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Humanities, Human Resources, Industrial Engineering Technology, Information Science, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Business, International Studies, Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Journalism, Labor and Industrial Relations, Labor Studies, Land use Management and Reclamation, Law Enforcement/Police Sciences, (Pre)Law Sequence, Legal Studies, Liberal Arts/General Studies, Literature, Management Engineering, Management Information System, Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Marketing/ Retailing/ Merchandising, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Technology, (Pre)Medicine Sequence, Music, Music Education, Natural Resource Management, Natural Sciences, Nursing, Occupational Safety and Health, Painting/Drawing, Paralegal Studies, Parks Management, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Education, Physical Sciences, Physics, Piano/Organ, Political Science/Government, Printmaking, Psychobiology, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Affairs and Policy Studies, Public Health, Public Relations, Radio and Television Studies, Reading Education, Recreation Therapy, Russian and Slavic Studies, Sanitation Technology, Science, Science Education, Sculpture, Secondary Education, Social Science, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Special Education, Statistics, Stringed Instruments, Studio Art, Technical Writing, Telecommunications, Theater Arts/Drama, Tourism and Travel, (Pre)Veterinary Medicine Sequence, voice, Water Resources, Western Civilization and Culture, Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Management, Wind and Percussion Instruments, Womens Studies,

Institution Details :Founded in 1960, 900 acre small town campus near to Grand rapids


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  • Very Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 60% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1150 (1230) recentered) on the SAT I or over 26 on the ACT. 
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