Grand Valley State - Allendale off-campus housing | 94 apartments

Grand Valley State University's main campus is in Allendale, Michigan, 12 miles west of Grand Rapids along Lake Michigan Drive. GVSU's total enrollment is about 25,000. Though 84% of first-year students live on campus, there are only about 6,000 beds available in student housing. Not surprisingly then, a lot of off-campus apartments welcome Grand Valley students, in Allendale, in Grand Rapids (where GVSU maintains the 69-acre Robert... View More

Grand Valley State University's main campus is in Allendale, Michigan, 12 miles west of Grand Rapids along Lake Michigan Drive. GVSU's total enrollment is about 25,000. Though 84% of first-year students live on campus, there are only about 6,000 beds available in student housing. Not surprisingly then, a lot of off-campus apartments welcome Grand Valley students, in Allendale, in Grand Rapids (where GVSU maintains the 69-acre Robert C. Pew Campus) and in towns between the two cities.

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Grand Valley State University

1 Campus Dr, Allendale, Michigan 49401
Learn more about GVSU: www.gvsu.edu

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