SVSU has five academic departments: The College of Arts & Behavioral Sciences, The College of Business & Management, The College of Education, The College of Health & Human Services and The College of Science, Engineering & Technology. Visit this section to learn more about each academic department.
The Zahnow Library provides the resources needed to support student research and studies at SVSU. Please visit the library website for more information on services and hours.
Living on campus makes getting to classes easier and more convenient. Over 2,500 students choose to live on campus each year. Visit our Living on Campus section to learn more about our housing options.
The SVSU University Health Center, operated by Covenant Health Care Systems, provides medical services for a variety of illnesses and injuries. For a complete listing of services, office hours and more, please visit the University Health Center website.
Food and dining options on campus include Marketplace at Doan, Cardinal Cafe, Eintein Bros. Bagels, Starbucks and more! Visit the Campus Dish website for a complete listing of dining options, menus and hours.
SVSU is home to 15 GLAIC Division II athletic teams for both men and women. Visit our athletics section to find out more about the sports offered.
The Ryder Center at SVSU features a fitness center, olympic size swimming and diving pool, indoor track, basketball courts, racquetball courts, dance studio, movement room and much more.
You'll have fun, meet new people and get fit through participation in SVSU's Club Sports, Intermural Sports and Fitness Center. SVSU offers 15 Club Sports, 15 Intermural Sports and Cardinal Fitness classes for students to get involved and stay in shape. Visit our Campus Recreation section to learn more about what is offered.
With nearly 200 student clubs and organizations, there is something available for everyone! Vist our Student Life website to find a Student Organization that is right for you.
The Student Counseling Center provides a wide range on counseling services and prevention programs. They are available to talk to students and offer support and advice with respect and without judgement. Please visit their website for more information.