Alaska - Grace College is exempt from authorization to operate a post-secondary educational institution by the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education (acpe.alaska.gov)
Indiana - The State of Indiana has authorized Grace College and Seminary to operate educational programs beyond secondary education.
Georgia - Students who are residents of Georgia are permitted to follow the complaint process posted on the NPEC web site (www.gnpec.org)
Maryland - Grace College is unable to accept residents of Maryland into any of its online programs requiring an internship or practicum
Massachusetts - Grace College is unable to accept residents of Massachusetts into any of its online programs requiring an internship or practicum
Michigan - Grace College is approved to offer its degrees at its Detroit location
North Carolina - Grace College is unable to accept residents of North Carolina into any of its online programs requiring an internship or practicum
Ohio - Grace College is approved to only offer online programs without internships to Ohio residents with the exception of its clinical mental health counseling program
Pennsylvania - Grace College has registered all its online programs and online courses with the state
Texas - Grace College is not required by the Texas Workforce Commission to be regulated in Texas under Chapter 132 of the Texas Education Code. As an independent institution, Grace College is not required to have approval by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education to operate in the State of Indiana. The college’s regional and specialized accrediting agencies as well as agencies regulating its distance education programs are listed here. Interested parties may contact these accrediting agencies directly. The complaint process for online students is available here.