At Graceland University, our passion is your success. Since 1895 Graceland University has challenged students to embrace learning as a lifestyle. Our students are empowered to pursue diverse academic, social, religious and personal interests within the context of a liberal arts tradition.
The University’s proud heritage began on “the Hill,” our Lamoni campus in southern Iowa. Graceland’s reach now includes an urban campus in Independence, Missouri; additional regional locations; and numerous around-the-world online programs. Graceland students hail from more than 46 states and 26 countries. We bring the world to Graceland, and our students take the campus to the world by traveling on exciting internship opportunities. Students choose from more than 50 academic majors and programs, including master’s programs and a doctorate program. We offer 22 varsity teams, a variety of performing arts ensembles and over 40 clubs and organizations. Graceland students excel in athletics, Enactus competitions for young entrepreneurs, theatre, visual arts, computer science, robotics and music regionally, nationally and internationally.
General Information (2016-2017)
Financial Aid: 866-GRACELAND
|FAFSA Code: 001866
ACT Code: 1314
SAT Code: 6249
|Enrollment: 1,956||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: March 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $27,010||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,190|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $8,280||Minimum Admission Requirement:H.S. grad.; upper half of class; 2.5 GPA; min. score of ACT 21/SAT 960. (Applicants who do not meet 2 of the 3 criteria may be considered individually.)|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts, Business, Elementary Education, Nursing and more|
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