Grand View University

Founded in 1896, Grand View is a nonprofit, private liberal arts University that offers 40 undergraduate and five graduate degree programs both in traditional and online formats. Our academic departments have close relationships with central Iowa employers through advisory councils, internship programs and consultation. Which means Grand View’s programs have a real-world perspective you can use on your very first job after graduation. At Grand View, students find a winning combination of high-quality programs, experienced professors and caring individuals. With an average class size of 16 and a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1, students get to know their professors and other students well. Learning is an interactive process at Grand View—students engage in lively discussions, work on real-world projects, and participate in career-related work experiences. Grand View welcomes and supports students from all walks of life, geographies, religions and ethnicities.

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General Information (2017-2018)


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Website: www.grandview.edu
Admissions: 515-263-2810
Financial Aid: 515-283-2820
FAFSA Code: 001867
ACT Code: 1316
SAT Code:
6251
Enrollment: 1,900 Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: January 15
Tuition & Fees: $26,426 Estimated Books & Supplies: $816
On-Campus Room & Board: $8,834 Minimum Admission Requirement: 18 ACT, 2.0 GPA
Types of Programs: Business, Nursing, Education, Art, Biochemistry  

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Grand View University
1200 Grandview Avenue | Des Moines, IA 50316 | 800.444.6083

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