Our passion is your success. That's been our focus since 1895, and every day since.
Graceland University, founded in 1895, is a private, four-year liberal arts university.
Recognized by the Princeton Review as a top school in the Midwest.
Academic Programs: Over 50 academic programs, including 9 pre-professional programs, 35 undergraduate majors, 3 master degrees with 8 majors and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.
Online Programs: Graceland offers online degree programs to 900 students in education, nursing and religion.
Student to faculty ratio: 15:1
Faculty: 79 full-time faculty, 70% with a Ph.D. or other terminal degree.
Students: 1,710 full-time students and 561 part-time students
Student Profile (Fall 2012, All Students - Lamoni campus):
- Average ACT:23
- Average GPA:3.35
- 54% male, 46% female
- Representing more than 45 states and 25 countries
Housing: Students are members of 15 houses
Student Organizations: 54
- Ms. Teresa Carpenter, Pulitzer Prize Winning Author
- Dr. David Carmichael, MD, Cardiologist
- Jeff Criswell, retired offensive lineman, Kansas City Chiefs
- Dr. Fred Hausheer, Owner, BioNumerik Pharmaceutical
- Bruce Jenner, Olympic Gold Medalist, Decathlon
Graduate Schools Most attended by Graceland Graduates:
- Drake University
- Iowa State University
- Princeton University
- Rockhurst University
- Seton Hall University
- University of Kansas
- University of Kansas Medical Center
Wired: Each room has internet and cable TV hookups. Wireless is available in all campus housing and all public buildings on campus. In addition, 249 computers are available to students throughout the campus.
Radio Station: KBUZ. Play now, Requires Winamp, Real Player or iTunes.
Athletics: Member of the NAIA, Graceland's men and women athletes compete in 22 varsity teams in the Heart of America Conference.
SkillPath: More than 500,000 people annually attend SkillPath and CompuMaster seminars provided by the Graceland Center for Professional Development and Lifelong Learning.
Sponsored by Community of Christ.