Graceland University Named 2018 Best in the Midwest by the Princeton Review

Female and male student walking the Lamoni campus between classes

For the sixth year in a row, Graceland University has been named Best in the Midwest for 2018 by the Princeton Review. Graceland is among 158 premier colleges to make the list, released annually.

Graceland University President Patricia H. Draves commented, “I’m pleased to learn of this honor for Graceland once again this year. Our purpose is to help students prepare for meaningful and productive lives and become the citizens who lead change to make the world a better place. The recognition by the Princeton Review is a designation we do not take for granted, and we are delighted to see the outstanding work of Graceland students, faculty, staff and community ranked as one of the Best in the Midwest."

The Princeton Review is a college admission and prep service company headquartered in New York, New York. For the "2018 Best Colleges: Region by Region" web feature, The Princeton Review recognizes 658 colleges in five zones – Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West and International – they consider to be academically outstanding.

View all 2018 rankings by the Princeton Review here.