The campus is near the shores of Winona Lake, one of the largest of the more than 100 lakes in Kosciusko County.
The region offers numerous recreational attractions. With Chicago 120 miles to the northwest and Fort Wayne 40 miles to the east, easy access to these metropolitan centers is available by way of U.S. Highway 30. Once the home of evangelist Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryan, James Whitcomb Riley, and Homer Rodeheaver, this serene community offers a wealth of history and tradition.
It was the site of the historic Winona Lake Bible Conference, which for several years operated under the auspices of Grace College and Seminary. Winona Lake is a part of the Greater Warsaw Area, an expanding community, and is an outstanding area for quality family living. Grace College, the four-year coeducational liberal arts college which shares the campus with Grace Theological Seminary, offers many opportunities for combined activities and shared facilities. Seminarians may participate in such activities as Symphony of the Lakes, plays, intramural athletics, outreach efforts, and athletic events.
In addition to McClain Hall, seminary students are also welcomed to share college facilities that include a student union, dining commons, and a sports and recreation center. Winona Lake, Warsaw, and nearby communities provide opportunities for affordable housing, part-time and full-time employment, and the kind of high community standards typical of the tradition of the Midwest. In addition, the region offers ministry opportunities through local churches, hospital chaplain assistantships, prison ministries, and other organizations.
We produce a rent guide each month. If you are an accepted student and are interested in getting this rent guide, email Seminary Admissions and request it be emailed to you. This rent guide will give you an idea of the cost of housing in the area and contact information for people who specifically contact the school and ask to rent apartments or houses to Grace College and Theological Seminary students.
Email Seminary Admissions or call 800-544-7223, ext. 6001.