Teaching and learning are seamless in Tanya Coffelt, PhD, who is a living example of lifelong learning.
When Andrew Murphy '14 started at Graceland, he had seen little of the world beyond the Midwest. In Lamoni, "the center of everywhere," he became friends with Hawaiian volleyball players who inspired him to travel. After a summer in South Korea with World Service Corps, he was on his way to being a global citizen serving the less fortunate.
Leah knows firsthand what a difference good teachers can make in the lives of their students.
Graceland University’s School of Education prepares graduates to take initiative and to be leaders. Leslie Niebauer ’15 began teaching the fall after she graduated from Graceland’s elementary education program and has already made her mark, improving the school for her students.
Graceland University’s master’s programs in education and nursing were ranked in the top 10 Best Online Programs in the country by the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings edition of the Best Online Education Programs.
“The professors are really nice and you can tell that they care about you and want to have a personal relationship with you, but they also want to challenge you.”
"I rave about this program to my co-workers and other aspiring teachers."
Graceland is very pleased to announce that the Online Graduate Education, Online Graduate Nursing, and Online Bachelor’s programs have received excellent rankings again this year by U.S. News and World Report for 2014.
Tatiana Davis learned long ago that life is no fairy tale, but that hasn't stopped her from seeing the world through enchanted eyes.
When Karin Blythe '08 graduated from Graceland, she left Lamoni "on a high."