Yes. Grace College offers a variety of merit-based scholarships, grants, campus jobs and loans. In order to be considered for need-based awards, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will automatically be considered for and awarded merit-based scholarships and notified when admission is granted. See Financial Aid for more information or contact your Admissions Counselor.
There are two payment options. The first is to pay each semester balance before the semester begins. The second option Grace offers is an affordable approach to paying for each semesters balance. Students or parents can enroll in a semester monthly payment plan. Payment plans are offered for the Fall and Spring semesters. Read more
Health services are provided for on-campus students in an attempt to meet the general health needs of students. A registered nurse and physician are available to assist in medical emergencies and care for illnesses. If a student is too ill to get to the health center, a nurse will personally come to his or her dorm room and care for his or her needs. For more serious medical needs, Kosciusko Community Hospital (a major medical center) is just three miles away.
Grace College students feel very safe, largely because of our great location. In addition, there are keyed entrances to residence halls and rooms, 18 security stations and well-lit sidewalks. Campus Safety is more than willing to escort students across campus after dark. Read more
Spiritual formation is one of the most important aspects of campus life at Grace. We want to provide an environment that fosters community, encouragement and spiritual growth. We work to accomplish this in three specific ways: through chapel, ministry teams and Growth Groups.
An important aspect of student life at Grace College is corporate worship and fellowship. Therefore, regular attendance at chapel is required of all full-time students. As part of Grace College’s commitment to a distinctive lifestyle and experience, students are to refrain from the use of alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, tobacco, sexual misconduct, coarse or obscene language, or any other conduct inconsistent with the Christian values or the goals and traditions of the college, including morally degrading media and literature. It should be understood that any behavior indicating that an enrolled student has little regard for living a life honoring to God, or whose conduct evidences a spirit of disregard for the college standards, will be sufficient reason for disciplinary action or dismissal.
Questions? Email Student Affairs or call 574-372-5100, ext. 6488.