Hannibal-La Grange College

Graduates: 15
Undergraduates: 1199
Graduates: 15
Setting: Small
In-state Tuition: $18,680.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $18,680.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
SAT / ACT / GPA: 900 / 22 / 2
Public/Private: Private
Male/Female Ratio: 36:64
Campus Housing: Yes
Religious Affiliation: Southern Baptist Convention
Campus Housing: Yes
Acceptance Rate: 68%

The mission of Hannibal-LaGrange College is to provide an excellent liberal arts education in a distinctively Christian environment, thus preparing students for both personal and career effectiveness.

Hannibal�LaGrange University is the result of the 1928 merger of LaGrange College (founded in 1858 as the LaGrange Male and Female Seminary) in LaGrange, Missouri and Hannibal College in Hannibal. On May 4, 2012 the trustees at Hannibal�LaGrange University elected Dr. Anthony W. Allen as the 17th president of the university. Living former presidents include Dr. Woodrow Burt (16th president), Dr. Paul Brown (15th president), and Dr. Larry Lewis (14th president), a graduate of Luther Rice Seminary who left HLGU to be the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Home Mission Board, now called the North American Mission Board, one of the largest mission agencies in the world


Homer Martien Cook, president of Northwest Missouri State University Cotton Fitzsimmons, NBA and college basketball coach Clarence Cannon, Democratic Congressmember Asa Hodges, U.S. Representative Lindell Shumake, member of the Missouri House of Representatives Heather Hazelwood, actress in the Bibleman video series J. P. Greene, president of William Jewell College


Website: www.hlg.edu/
Undergraduate application fee: $0.00
Graduate application fee: $0.00
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