Welcome, we are delighted that you are interested in learning more about Graceland University. Searching for a college that will best fit your needs is an exciting process. We're pleased that you're including Graceland in that search. As you explore our website, you will learn about coming to Graceland as a transfer or non-traditionally aged college student and the unique services we provide to ease your transition to Graceland University.
We hope the information below answers the majority of your questions. If you have other questions or need additional information, please contact the Admissions Office. We will be happy to assist you.
Additional transfer information (Click here for detailed transfer steps)
- Classification - If you have earned 56 transferable semester hours with a grade point average of 2.00 based on a 4.00 point system, you will enter Graceland at junior standing.
- Transferable hours - There is no maximum number of hours acceptable for transfer from two-year schools.
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP) - Credit for or waiver of courses through CLEP will be determined by Graceland upon receipt of scores from the College Board.
- General Education - If you are transferring from a regionally accredited 2-year or 4-year college or university with at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA in transferable coursework, refer to Graceland's catalog to see the general education alternative for you.
- Degree audit - When final college transcripts have been received from all colleges you have attended, you have been accepted to Graceland, Admissions has been notified of your intended major, and you have paid your deposit of $200, a degree audit can be processed to determine what courses will be required for graduation from Graceland. This can be done by making the request to the registrar or, after you have received your user name and password, you can do your own audit through My Graceland. You should receive your user name and password soon after you pay your deposit.