Coronavirus Accommodations & Moving out

We realize that students have a great desire to secure their belongings.

We as a university want to ensure our students currently staying on campus, and our faculty & staff are introduced to as little virus impact as possible.

The move-out schedules & instructions below, are designed to find a balance between those two.

Covid-19 Residence Hall Move out

Covid-19 Apartment Move out

STUDENT TEXTBOOK RENTAL RETURN OPTIONS!

For Graceland University Bookstore

 

OPTION #1

FREE              FREE                FREE

TEXTBOOK RENTAL RETURN TO GRACELAND UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

The Graceland University/Follett Bookstore is ready to except your rental returns.

Go to www.gracelandstore.com sign into your account

Under MY ACCOUNT choose Rentals and view your Rental History.

For each title that needs to be returned click the Return by Mail button.

Now click the Get Label, the label and packing slip will open a new window.

Print label and packing slip, place packing slip in the box with the book/books (remember to ship them in a secure carton with padding so they won’t be damaged in transit) seal closed, adhere label to the outside of the box. Drop box off at the nearest FedEx Ground drop box or FedEx office.

Keep a note of your tracking # so you can track the progress of your package at www.fedex.com.

Books are due APRIL 24, 2020 with the COVID-19 virus Follett bookstores are allowing a 15 day grace period books would need to be SHIPPED NO LATER THAN MAY 9, 2020 to avoid late fees and charges to your account.

Questions or info go to Graceland University Bookstore

 www.gracelandstore.com  or 0644mgr@follett.com

 

OPTION #2

Take your book to Walker Hall main floor there is a large Blue Bin, you can place your books in the bin and the Bookstore will retrieve them and credit them to your acct, you must fill out a return slip and tape it to the inside cover of the book before it is placed in the bin. (return slips, tape and pens are provided) Each book needs its own return slip.

 

 

Residence Life participates in the educational mission of Graceland University by creating safe, organized, and supportive residential learning communities, which are ideal for holistic student development and enhancing students’ sense of belongingness.

Grounded in the value of “The Worth of All Persons", our inclusive House System, robust Residential Living Curriculum, and intentional Guide to Community Living cultivate a culture where students can discern who they are called to be and realize their potential for meaningful and productive lives.

Residence Life Forms

Want to explore the various university housing options?  This colorful table contains all you need to know for you and your family to make an educated decision on which housing option is right for you.

(.pdf, 52K)

Students who live within 25 miles of GU's Lamoni campus may apply to live at home with their parents. Both the student and the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must sign this form in front of a licensed Notary Public.

(.pdf, 454K)

Please note that you must have earned at least 88 credit hours to qualify (Senior Status) for application.  Your application does not guarantee approval.  Do NOT sign a lease before being approved.

(.pdf, 894K)
This violation form may be used to appeal Visitation, Noise or Residence Hall Violations.  When you have completed the form, please return it to the Residence Life Office located in the MSC in room 27.
 
You will be notified within one week of the receipt of your appeal the decision of the Appeals Committee. 
(.pdf, 272K)
This form is to be completed by those students who are graduating or who will be doing student teaching at a location away from the Lamoni area.
(.pdf, 301K)
Requests for a house membership change will only be considered after 2 full weeks of classes have been held.  
 
 
After you have completed this form, return it and your available times to meet, to the Residence Life Office, located in Room 27 of the Memorial Student Center (MSC)
 
(.pdf, 481K)

Are you a junior or senior and interested in growing more in your understanding of Graceland's unique Residence Life program?  Students who work in residence life and complete an internship in residence life have a greater chance of obtaining Graduate School Assistantships (free graduate school education) as well as careers in residence life following graduation.

 

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Graceland University Accommodations

Graceland used to refer to this as a Special Housing Needs Request form

Formerly known as the Special Housing Needs Request Form

 

This links takes you to the accommodations request form.  This is applicable to a special housing request, as well as academic accommodations.  If your request is related to housing, please not that on the request form

 

Graceland University is committed to full compliance with the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  You will find the SDS Form along with Additional Information and Documentation Guidelines here.