May’s dedication of the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management building unveiled another symbol of Northwood’s commitment to its mission and community. The 26,000-square-foot building raises the profile of the university, providing a fitting home for the university’s growing graduate program with, today, more than 300 students.
Its custom construction and innovative design continue the legacy of local architect Alden B. Dow, complementing other campus buildings and providing flexible learning spaces designed for modern teaching.
“There is comfort in knowing that what we do here today will continue to resonate for many years to come,” said Keith Pretty, Northwood’s President and CEO. “This building will stand strong as an icon of advanced learning, and the many students who pass through these doors will go out into the world with an equally strong foundation, willing and able to build a world of freedom and prosperity.”