The basic unit of student life is known as a "House." The House system is a unique program of the university based on the principle of inclusion that recognizes the importance of each student attending the university and celebrates the individuality of each person.
Members of the House elect five students, known as the House Council, to hold key leadership positions. Under their direction, social, religious and academic support activities are planned for House members. By cooperative effort, the House organizes its own social, intramural and religious programs. All activities will assure the student freedom to determine the extent of their participation in all House activities. Participation in any House activity is completely voluntary.
House Inclusion Philosophy
Everyone who is here belongs here just because he or she is here, and for no other reason.
This is our rule. It depends on nothing else.
Nothing changes it.
**Graceland University is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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