Graceland University has hit the road with a new student recruiting initiative called Road Trip 2012 that is adding a real ‘Wow’ factor to Graceland’s brand recognition. Graceland admissions counselors are crisscrossing Iowa and the region in two new Graceland-wrapped Ford Edges. Future students’ heads are turning as the uniquely-designed cars appear at high schools, college fairs, athletic events and community functions.
The message of Road Trip 2012 is clear: we want high school and transfer students to think of Graceland as their college destination. You can snap a photo and scan the QR code on the back of the vehicles to be entered for a chance to win prizes from the university. And you will learn more about Graceland and the great majors and programs we have to offer.
Here are three easy steps for a chance to win prizes and learn more about Graceland.
Spot one of our snazzy, new Ford Edges and snap a picture of the vehicle.
Scan the QR code on the back of the vehicle for a chance to win a prize, and upload your photo to Graceland’s Facebook page.
Find out how Graceland could be right for you.
Graceland University was established in 1895 as a non-sectarian liberal arts institution of higher learning. It operates campuses in Lamoni, Iowa and Independence, Missouri, and offers degree completion programs at three other sites – the Kirkwood Community College campus in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; the Indian Hills Community College campus in Centerville, Iowa; and the North Central Missouri College campus in Trenton, Missouri.
Students from 40 states and 40 nations choose from more than 50 academic majors and programs at Graceland. For information about attending GU, please visit our Admissions site, call 866.GRACELAND, or write to Graceland University, Office of Admissions, 1 University Place, Lamoni, IA 50140.
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