Valley State University
Campus: University Center, Mich.
Center, MI U.S.A.
and White with Blue as an accent color
and Port Huron
female, 41.5% male
Caucasian, 8.8% other, 7.2% African American, 1.8%
Hispanic American, 0.9% Asian American, 0.5% Native
full-time, 18% part time
apartments, townhouses. For the Fall 2008 semester,
SVSU saw its largest incoming freshman class yet with
1,667 arriving and 77% of them live on campus. First
Year Suites, Living Centers, University Village and
Pine Grove Apartments are offered.
students applied; 4,804 were accepted (88% acceptance
student/faculty ratio (75% are PhDs)
than 100 organizations and clubs. Click
here for more info.
(3% of student body) and sororities (3% of student
body). Chapters include Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa
Tau, Phi Beta Sigma, Sigma Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma
Theta, Kappa Tau Epsilon, Phi Sigma Sigma, Sigma Lambda
Gamma and Zeta Phi Beta.
undergraduate programs and 30 graduate programs.
popular majors: 24.7% nursing; 22.1% liberal arts;
21.4% education; 17.1% science and engineering; 14.7%
business, management, marketing and related support
Winter, Spring, Summer semesters
library, 636,202 bound volumes, 10,009 periodicals,
370,156 microforms, 24,853 audiovisuals. Hours: Mon.-Thurs.,
8a.m.-11 p.m.; Fri., 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-5
p.m.; Sun., 1-9 p.m.
hot spots, including most student housing; 20 labs
with 850 workstations.
full-time: $6,054 per credit hour: $201.80
Out-of state, full-time: $14,453; per credit hour:
Required fees: $438
Books and supplies: $900; Room and board: $6,830
Types of aid available: Grants, loans, scholarships,
third party billing
73% receive financial aid
Average need-based financial aid package: $6,096 per
Call 989-964-4103 or visit www.svsu.edu/financialaid
for more information
admission: No; Early decision: No
Average high school GPA: 3.22; Average ACT score:
Application fee: $25.00
Documents required: High school transcripts; ACT
or SAT score
Materials recommended: Same as required
Materials needed for transfer students: College
transcripts, proof of high school graduation
is current as of Spring 2009 -- Sources: Michigan
College Guide, Wikipedia.com
to the Metro Detroit College Guide