SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

USA

Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) (commonly referred to as SVSU, SV, or Saginaw Valley) is a public university located in University Center, Michigan. It was founded in 1963 as Saginaw Valley College.

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Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) (commonly referred to as SVSU, SV, or Saginaw Valley) is a public university located in University Center, Michigan. It was founded in 1963 as Saginaw Valley College. It is located on 748 acres approximately 6 miles from downtown Saginaw in Kochville Township, Saginaw County. It is also only 8.5 miles from Bay City and 20 miles from Midland.

It is the youngest of Michigan’s 15 public colleges and universities. SVSU offers over 100 academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels with approximately 10,000 students at its main campus in University Center. SVSU offers strong programs of study in its five colleges. Among the more popular are teaching, nursing, engineering, business, the health professions, and traditional liberal arts programs like the performing and visual arts, as well as degree programs like criminal justice, psychology and professional technical writing.

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GAC GPA Major Duration Estimated Tution Fees(per year)
2 Accounting/Law/Finance 3/4 years $21,000
2 Computing Information Systems 3/4 years $21,000
2 Electrical Engineering 3/4 years $21,000
2 Management 3/4 years $21,000
2 Marketing 3/4 years $21,000
2 Mechanical Engineering 3/4 years $21,000
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