COVID-19 Updates News

In an ongoing effort to keep the Graceland and Lamoni community safe, Graceland has worked with the State of Iowa to become designated as a Test Iowa site. As of Tuesd...

Getting this semester off to a good start has been a challenge, and we thank you for your extra efforts in helping to do just that. We all need reminders sometimes, especially when we are being asked to follow new processes that don’t feel natural, but Graceland only has one shot to finish out this semester in person, so each and every one of you must do your part to make that a reality for us all.

In an effort to help students and families affected by the financial struggles associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, Graceland University launched its $2 million fundraising ca...

Graceland University has taken multiple actions to ensure the safety and well-being of the Graceland and Lamoni communities as it relates to COVID-19, including a testing requirement and daily health screenings.

The NAIA has announced the following regarding the fall 2020 athletic season. Return to play: In order to return to competitive play, at least half of the participating sc...

Congratulations on completing a successful spring semester! I know that part of what makes Graceland so special is the interactions that we have on campus – in our houses, in our activities, and in our classes. The Power of Together is a way of life at Graceland and it is a part of everything we do.

Graceland University President Patricia H. Draves announced that the university intends to return to on-campus instruction for the Fall 2020 Semester for its Lamoni and in-person Independence programs, subject to federal and local public health guidelines.

Graceland releases coloring pages and a crossword puzzle for quarantine

Dear Graceland Faculty and Staff Friends, Well, what a few weeks it has been for the Graceland University community, the nation, and our world! We have clearly been in crisis...

Earlier this week, Graceland isolated a student who had the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus and two other students who had shared a bathroom with the symptomatic student&nbs...

Graceland University announced Monday that it would not require ACT and SAT testing for students applying to its undergraduate programs for the Fall 2020 semester.

Graceland University is excited to announce that the Spring 2020 Commencement ceremony originally scheduled for April 26 on the Lamoni, Iowa, campus has been rescheduled for the Sunday of homecoming weekend, Oct. 4, 2020. The original ceremony was canceled due to COVID-19 precautions.

In light of the recommendations made by the U.S. Government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and with the health and well-being of Graceland students, employees and our local communities in mind, Graceland University has made the difficult decision to move all Spring 2020 classes to an online format for the remainder of the semester.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to limit the spread of the virus, Graceland University will move all classes to an online format through March 27.