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Once You Live it, You’ll Love it.

More than just a dot on a map or a pit stop on the way to your future, Graceland is an experience. It’s a place where passionate, open-minded, dedicated and caring students, faculty and staff come to build a community that will help change the world — and has since 1895.

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Find Your Path

With over 30 areas of study, including seven pre-professional programs, 21 undergrad majors, five master’s degrees and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, at Graceland, you’ll be sure to find a direction that’s right for you in one of our undergraduate, graduate and online programs. Not sure what you want to pursue? That’s okay! Take the quiz below and discover how your interests match Graceland’s academic offerings.

More Affordable than You Think

With our generous scholarships and awards, you’ll find a truly affordable private education at Graceland. In many cases, the cost of attending Graceland is comparable to that of a public state school.

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The Numbers Say It All

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Gracelanders Say It Best
Attending Graceland University was one of the best decisions of my life. Something that attracted me about Graceland University was the cultural diversity. I never felt alone because I was always surrounded by amazing individuals from all over the world. I was able to get my education and learn from other cultures. Graceland tailored me to the man that I am today. Because of my experience at Graceland, I was able to find a career doing what I love. I was also able to make friends who turned into family.
Christopher M. Gbelay '15 MHSS Employment Specialist, Chesterfield County Psychology
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Gracelanders Say It Best
What makes Graceland so special for me is the people, their love for the institution and the endless opportunities that present themselves with the sole purpose of helping you become a better you. The one thing that made me love Graceland is how much your professors care about you and how passionate they are at guiding you to excel in every aspect. Every student has the opportunity to connect with their professors and create a strong relationship that lasts even after you graduate.
Etna Zeneli '20 Technical Consultant, Perficient Computer Science and Information Technology
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Gracelanders Say It Best
Graceland University education and lifelong practical experience are a cornerstone of what I am doing today. My classmates, colleagues, my students, and their families have given me the motivation to enjoy the “journey.” And I believe that one day I will be back!
Ioseb Gabelaia, PhD '16 Visiting Lecturer, Transport and Telecommunication Institute Communications, M.Ed in Instructional Leadership
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Gracelanders Say It Best
Graceland felt like my little home away from home and it's the people that made it the most special.
Bridget Wyatt '19 Office Services Assistant, Cricket Australia Business Administration and Sport Management
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Noteworthy News

Here’s what’s going on at Graceland.

Press Release

HLC Approves Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

January 26, 2023

The University is launching a new hybrid, accelerated Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program.

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Faculty

Christopher Brandt Invited as Guest Conductor of Simpson College Honor Band

January 23, 2023

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Press Release

Graceland Announces Two Exciting New Majors

January 13, 2023

The university added two new majors, Digital Content Creation and Marketing, to its academic offerings.

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Athletics, Press Release

Randall Porter Hired to Helm Women’s Soccer

January 13, 2023

Porter is a 2000 Graceland graduate and brings 20 years of experience and success to the program.

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Faculty

Steve Glazer Re-Elected to the Midwest World History Association Executive Committee

January 12, 2023

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Press Release

Talia Martinez ’22, First Graduate of MSNHP Program Publishes Paper

January 11, 2023

Talia Martinez ’22, in collaboration with Assistant Professor of Health and Movement Science Melanie Mason, DAT, LAT, ATC, CES, PES, and Assistant Professor of Allied Health James Geiselman, DC, has published a review paper in the Nutritional Foundations journal.  

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