SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

United States, Michigan

Saginaw Valley State University, aka SVSU, is a public university founded in 1963, located near Saginaw, Michigan, USA. SVSU is the youngest public university in Michigan. In 1963, The state established it as a private four-year liberal arts college. The college relocated to its current campus in 1966. It was renamed Saginaw Valley State College in 1974 and was qualified to provide a master's degree in 1980. The institute change lives through outstanding education and dynamic partnerships, releasing the possibilities that affect communities and the world.

Campus Life

The university campus covers nearly 800 acres and is located in the center of the university, six miles from downtown Saginaw. The campus is home to most of the university’s academic, administrative, and residential buildings, as well as the Melvin J. Zahnow Library and Abery Art Center, and the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum Located at the school. There are also cafeterias and places for students to meet and relax, as well as extensive sports and leisure facilities. The campus is located in the center of the Great Lakes Bay area. Famous concert venues, breathtaking waterways and lively downtown attractions are only a few minutes away.

Noted Alumni

Numerous eminent personalities that graduated from the college are State Representative Matt Koleszar, Congressman Bart Stupak, Professional ten-pin bowler Bill O'Neill, South Indian film actress Meera Chopra, rapper and artist Dej Loaf, Saudi General Intelligence Director Khalid bin Ali al Humaidan and many more. Such alumni provide solid proof of the finest tutoring which shaped them into the renowned leaders of their fields. Lastly, the alumni community is given a variety of benefits and discounts by the university.