Keep in Touch with What is Going on at Graceland University

There is always something great going on at Graceland's main campus in Lamoni, Iowa (founded in 1895) and our Independence, Missouri campus (1999). From academic and performing arts events to athletic competition and social gatherings, Graceland students and faculty are on the go, on our campuses and around the world.

You will find a collection of stories at this site that speak to the ongoing vitality of our students and their accomplishments. You will read stories about our rich history and tradition, about our alumni and friends and about our innovative programs and initiatives. It is all part of the dynamic mix at Graceland - the best in academic offerings, a warm community atmosphere and a one-on-one student/faculty experience. The Graceland story never ends as our confident, prepared graduates go out each year to change the world.

Visit some of our web pages for a good look at Graceland. And, keep in touch with news and happenings at this site. If you have questions, comments or ideas for Jeanne Davis, Director of University Relations, email jemdavis@graceland.edu, or call 641-784-5213.


 

Recent News

Graceland Symphonic Band Salutes "Allied Forces" in February 22 Concert

The Graceland Symphonic Band will perform a concert entitled “Allied Forces” Monday evening, Feb. 22, at 7:30 in Shaw Center on the Graceland Lamoni campus. The Symphony Band includes 31 students this semester from across the continental United States and Puerto Rico. The concert is free and open to the public.

Grammy Winners Chanticleer Singing at Graceland

“Chanticleer,” an all-male ensemble of a dozen singers, is coming to Shaw Center at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, on Monday evening, Feb. 29, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for adults are only $10, a real bargain compared with the $25-$50 you would pay at most other locations. However, for those 18 and under, admission is FREE. Yes, students enter FREE! Bring the whole family for an evening of outstanding music for less than the cost of a family night at the movies.

Brass Day to Feature Recital February 12 at Graceland University

The Graceland Music Department will host Brass Day for area band students on Friday, Feb. 12. Funded by the AmeriCorps Youth Launch program, the opportunity will bring high school brass players to the Shaw Center on the Graceland campus to hear and work with professional musicians and interact with Graceland students and faculty. The day also includes a recital in Shaw Center’s Carol Hall by the visiting brass artists at 1 p.m. The recital is free and open to the public.

Graceland University Spring Clubs and Organizations Fair

With employers looking for a variety of experiences beyond a major and degree when hiring new college graduates, joining a club as a college student can be a great way to add to your experiences and gain attention. Clubs can also simply be a way for you to interact and network with your school and peer community, having fun in the process. And there are a lot of clubs to choose from at Graceland University.