We want to empower our students with quality educational choices, and we know that a degree, whether online or on campus during the day, evening or weekend, is a huge commitment of time, money, and effort. We appreciate you taking the time to explore Grand View University as an option.
Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis. Consideration may be given to: class rank and test scores; quality of high school curriculum completed; co-curricular achievement; and maturity and seriousness of purpose as displayed through church, community, school, work, and family activities.
If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (515) 263-2810 or (800) 444-6083.
- Complete a free application for admission.
- Request that official transcripts (PDF) from all colleges and universities previously attended be sent to the Admissions Office. Transcripts must be sent regardless of whether credit was earned. Students who are applying for undergraduate education endorsements only who have received a baccalaureate degree from another accredited institution, need only submit the transcript for the institution where they received their teaching degree. Failure to submit all previous transcripts will be considered sufficient cause for denial or cancellation of admission. If you have served in the military, request your military transcripts.
- Students who have completed fewer than 24 semester hours of college course work before applying to Grand View must provide official ACT or SAT scores and an official high school transcript or official GED scores.
Transfer students who have earned 24 credits or more must certify on their application for admission or through a signed written statement, that they have graduated from an accredited high school.
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