Grand Valley State University is a four-year state university offering undergraduate and graduate programs. Grand Valley State University’s main campus is located almost midway between downtown Grand Rapids and Lake Michigan, in the town of Allendale on a 1,237-acre campus. Since its establishment in 1960, the University has expanded to include campuses in downtown Grand Rapids, Holland, Muskegon, and Traverse City.
The Digital Collections initiative by Grand Valley State University Libraries, Special Collections & University Archives provides digital accessibility to unique interdisciplinary materials, in a centralized, user-focused Web-based resource serving the teaching, learning, and research community at Grand Valley State University and beyond.
The Digital Collections include highlights from the Special Collections & University Archives holdings, as well as resources created by or held by other entities within the University. Collections are selected based on anticipated research use. The vision of the Digital Collections is to increase content over time for the continued development of a comprehensive digital resource that contributes to the body of available research and promotes the use of Grand Valley State University resources.