We are pleased that you are exploring Graduate Programs at SVSU. As you consider your next life changing decision – envision yourself at Saginaw Valley State University, a university that offers you these features and many, many more.
SVSU's main campus is centrally located within the State of Michigan and near Mid-Michigan's tri-cities of Saginaw, Bay City and Midland. The MBS International Airport is only ten minutes from campus and Detroit is two hours by car.
SVSU offers the lowest graduate tuition of all public universities in Michigan and many Midwestern states.
SVSU’s programs are practical, skills-based, and designed to respond to the needs of the public and private sectors regionally, nationally and globally.
SVSU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The majority of SVSU faculty hold a Ph.D. and many bring both academic credentials and professional experience to the classroom.
Learning at SVSU is most often face-to-face and interactive with some on-line courses and hybrids - a combination of in-class and on-line courses.
Graduate classes average 16 students per course.
SVSU's campus is modern, compact and state-of-the-art. The new Health & Human Services building constructed in 2010 provides a dozen high-tech classrooms and laboratories for students in disciplines such as nursing, occupational therapy, exercise science, athletic training and social work. More than 70 percent of the SVSU campus has been constructed in the last 15 years. Parking is ample and free. SVSU's residential facilities have been voted "Michigan's Best Residential Life" by Michigan Organization of Residence Halls Association (MORHA).
SVSU has almost 10,000 students, including more than 900 international students from nearly 50 countries. You can expect caring faculty, small classes, and a rich campus culture with concerts, guest lectures, theatre performances, and myriad athletic programs.