Davenport's College of Technology programs will give you the edge you need to succeed in your tech career. Each year, DU students compete head-to-head with peers from across the state.
NursingCAS is a centralized admission system which will require students to submit their nursing application and supporting documents in electronic format versus hard-copy/paper format. The new CAS system process will be in place on August 25, 2016 for new applicants. The Nursing CAS system is supported by AACN and offered by CCNE our accrediting agencies. The fee for the BSN PL undergraduate program is $45.00 for the first submission and $30.00 for each additional submission. Learn more!
The College of Arts and Sciences develops and maintains the majority of courses in the Foundations of Excellence section of each degree program - whether it be in business, technology, or health.
Davenport University will celebrate its 150th Anniversary at a gala event to be held at DeVos Place on Sept. 29, 2016. In addition to speakers sharing their thoughts about the university and its impact on Grand Rapids and the state of Michigan, the Founders’ 150th Anniversary Gala will feature a performance by internationally renowned a cappella group Chapter 6.
Through a program of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), Davenport University will welcome its first *Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow*, Anil Singh-Molares, the week of Oct. 17, with a number of events for students, faculty and staff, alumni and members of the larger community.
Dr. Susan Gunn, Dean of the College of Urban Education, received the 2016 Inspiring Women in STEM Award from *INSIGHT Into Diversity *magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.
As part of our National Hispanic Heritage Month observance and celebration of civil rights activist César Estrada Chávez, attorney Cirilo Martinez will share his life and career journey that motivates him to lead a push for change.
The Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce has announced Davenport University as the 2016 Diversity Visionary Award recipient and Ronald Jimmerson, Sr., Seeds of Promise co-founder and executive director, as the 2016 Change Agent Award—both of whom were honored during the award celebration held at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.
Davenport University has accepted an invitation to become a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference (GLIAC), with plans to compete on a provisional basis beginning with the 2017-18 academic year.
DU is only the second college or university to be recognized by this prestigious group.
DU’s College of Health Professions is developing a new *Doctor of Physical Therapy* (DPT) program at its W.A. Lettinga Campus. The program is working toward Candidacy Status from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Military Times named Davenport on the list for the Best for Vets: Colleges 2016. Military Times’ annual survey is the most comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military student services and rates of academic achievement.
Our new Veteran's Bachelor of Science in Nursing helps those who have paramedic-level military experience obtain a nursing degree & a position in the health field.
The granddaughter of Davenport University’s namesake and a former provost for the institution have co-authored Davenport: Educating Across Three Centuries, helping the Grand Rapids-based university celebrate its 150th Anniversary. The book tells the story of how a business school started in 1866 by a Civil War veteran grew into one of the largest private, non-profit universities in the state of Michigan.