Graceland University was founded in 1895 on the principles of inclusivity and community. From undergraduate to graduate programs there is a place for everyone. Learn more about if Graceland is right for you.
If you look on our cornerstone of our Higdon Administration Building it says 1895 Graceland College, nonsectarian, and that means all are welcomed. From its inception, we wanted everyone to feel welcomed here and included. And that's a real integral part to our fabric of our campus culture. Graceland has two campuses. We have the alumni campus, which is a traditional residential four year undergraduate. And then we have the independence campus focused in Independence, Missouri, and it has nursing adult and online and graduate programs through that campus. We have undergraduate majors through graduate majors to a doctorate degree. We have a seminary as well. Our students have a lot of options available to them.
One of Graceland core values is community and community is a serious value at Graceland. So that means relationships are important and a rich part of the educational experience here for students. So how you partner with faculty, how you partner with students, how they support you, whether it's on the basketball court, or at a choir concert is an important part of the community at large.
I didn't have to visit any other schools but I knew right away that this was this is the place I wanted to be the community was amazing, and just seeing how everybody loved each other. One thing they really do value is inclusivity and diversity within the school and that's just a beautiful thing for me, and you just feel that everybody loved each other here and everybody was included.
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