Jump Start Application

Admissions Checklist

Complete and submit the online application or download a printable application to submit by mail or fax. The application deadline is August 15 for the fall and December 15 for the spring.

Please note: Whether you apply online or use a paper application, two additional forms must be provided before your application is complete.

Class Registration Form

You will need to fill in the class(es) you plan to take during the semester and send the form to the Grace College Admissions Office. This form requires your signature and the signature of your high school principal, guidance counselor, or your home school parent.

Class Registration Form

High School Transcripts Request Form

Complete the top portion and give it to your guidance counselor. He or she will complete the remainder of the form and mail it, along with a copy of your official high school transcripts, directly to the Grace College Admissions Office.

High School Transcripts Request Form

After completion of the application, and being accepted into the Jump Start Program, students will need to have the Student Health Form completed and turned in before the start of class.

Questions?

Email Jump Start Coordinator or call 866-974-7223, ext. 6028.


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Your Christian Commitment

We wish to thank you for your interest in Grace and our educational program. In view of the fact that you are not requested to sign our Christian Commitment, we respectfully ask that you would refrain from any behavior that is in violation of our commitment while on campus.

The text of our Christian Commitment is printed below:

Grace College believes that:

  • The Bible is the fully inspired Word of God, and its teachings are the final authority in matters of faith and life.
  • Jesus Christ should be the foundation and center of every individual’s life.
  • As life can never be complete without fulfillment in Christ Jesus and His Word, neither is knowledge complete except as it relates to God’s eternal values.
  • As a 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, cheating, theft, coarse or obscene language, or any other conduct inconsistent with the goals and traditions of the college. Furthermore, Grace College students are to abstain from morally degrading media and literature.
  • It should be understood that any behavior which indicates an enrolled student has little regard to living a life honoring to God, or whose conduct evidences a spirit of disregard for the school standards, will be sufficient reason for disciplinary action or dismissal.

If you desire further details concerning these standards, please contact the Student Development Office at 800.544.7223, ext. 6466.

Please indicate below that you have read the above Commitment.