Full payment or participation in an approved payment plan is required on or before the first day of class. A penalty may be assessed for late arrangements. If you fail to be financially cleared, you risk being dropped from enrollment and possible Institutional Withdrawal. Accounts that become past due will be assigned an Accounts Receivable Hold, which will prohibit changes in registration and/or release of transcripts.
All payments are due in U.S. funds.
- Pay online using credit card or debit card.
Mail your payment to:
Graceland University, Student Financial Services, 1 University Place, Lamoni, IA 50140
Pay in person at InfoCentral:
Located on Lamoni Campus in Memorial Student Center
Contact Student Financial Services to pay by phone:
866-472-2352 (866-GRACELAND), Option 2, select Option 1 for new students (Tiffani Evans) or Option 2 for returning students, then select your advisor below.
- Option 1 – (Last name A - E) Kandi Snethen
- Option 2 – (Last name F - L) Nicole Robins
- Option 3 – (Last name M - R) Debbie Lundy
- Option 4 – (Last name S - Z) Jaime Rucker
- Or email Student Financial Services at email@example.com
- Payment Plans
Graceland is pleased to offer an easy, interest-free payment plan. Total annual education costs (including tuition, fees, room and board) may be divided into monthly payments by participating in a payment plan that Graceland University offers. Payment plans are interest-free plans, however, a non-refundable processing fee exists for this option.
If you wish to take full advantage of this monthly payment plan, we urge you to submit your application by June 1 for full-time undergraduate programs, and prior to the beginning of your first class for part-time or graduate programs. Late enrollment in the plan is accomplished either by reducing the number of payments in the plan, or by sending two or three months of payments to catch up on the plan. Apply for a payment plan by contacting your Financial Advisor.