An SVSU student has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email sent by University Communications on April 8. The student is currently residing on campus in a single unit and has […]
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SVSU lab produces sanitizer, 3D prototypes for local public services
Matthew Kline, manager of the SVSU independent testing lab, is using his skills to produce around 310 gallons of hand sanitizer for local public service employees. Kline started working with the Michigan […]
Library fees waived for winter semester
Head of Access Services Thomas Zantow says students can keep library books until the end of the semester without incurring fees. The question arose after SVSU switched to online learning for the […]
SVSU stores medical supplies for local health care providers
SVSU is holding medical supplies for local health care providers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The effort is part of a partnership with the Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance and the Michigan Health […]
Biology lecturer keeps students moving despite pandemic
SVSU biology lecturer Mandy Ross continues to share her love of fitness with students despite the COVID-19 outbreak. Ross teaches Turbo Kick, PiYo and Insanity Live, among other courses, at the Ryder […]
Photo Essay: What does college look like during a pandemic?
Click on photos to enlarge. Grocery store photos taken by Nicole Vogelpohl. SVSU photos taken by Kaitlyn Farley.
Latest COVID-19 campus updates
Below are the latest updates on how COVID-19 affects SVSU students. Over 1,100 residential students have opted to move out of their dorms as of March 24. SVSU will not quote estimated […]
Pride Center to become part of Student Affairs
The Pride Center, SVSU’s LGBT+ resource center, is looking for a graduate student to provide leadership for the fall semester. Lucy Mercier, former Pride Center director and master of social work program […]