Grand View University
Grand View is a private liberal arts university founded in 1896. We offer 40 majors, including evening/weekend programs and four master’s programs. For more than two decades, nearly 100 percent of our graduates have been placed within six months of graduation.
At Grand View, we’ll personally guide you to a quality education that’s affordable -- in fact, at a cost comparable to or less than the published prices of state schools. GV COMPLETE, a program tailored to your personal circumstances, will help you plan and finance your entire, four-year degree before you even start classes, reduce your costs, and help you graduate on time. You won’t find this level of personal attention to both finances and academic success anywhere else. Innovation at Grand View doesn’t stop there.
Our new core curriculum will transform you into a thinker who can find and interpret information, come to conclusions, and communicate those verbally and in writing. You’ll be able to solve problems in and outside of the workplace, and in your personal life as an informed citizen who connects with community needs. You’ll become aware of yourself and be able to relate to and understand our diverse and changing world. You’ll be equipped to engage with the tasks of life and empowered to pursue your goals.
General Information (2016-2017)
Financial Aid: 800-444-6083 ext. 2820
|FAFSA Code: 001867
ACT Code: 1316
SAT Code: 6251
|Enrollment: 2,100||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: Marchl 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $25,474||Estimated Books & Supplies: $880|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $8,172||Minimum Admission Requirement: Moderately selective|
|Types of Programs: 40 majors including: Education, Nursing, Business, Art & Design, Biology, Pre-Professional|
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