Candidates who apply by July 1 will receive admission and preliminary scholarship notification within two weeks of application completion.
Candidates who apply by December 1 will receive admission and preliminary scholarship decision within two weeks of application completion.
Grace waives its $30 application fee to applicants who apply online.
or download the application, complete it, and mail it with the application fee or fax (574-372-5120) the completed application and mail the application fee separately.
When you send your transcript, we can determine the credits that can apply toward a degree at Grace College. If you have attended a post-secondary educational institution, you must submit official high school transcripts and transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended (even if no credit was earned or grades received). Complete the top portion of the Transcript Request Form and send it to each post-secondary institution that you have attended since high school (make copies of the form as necessary). The registrar at each of those institutions will complete the remainder of the form and return it along with a copy of your official transcripts from that institution directly to the Grace College Admissions Office. Contact your high school directly to have your official high school transcripts sent to the Grace College Admissions Office.
Transfer applicants must submit an official copy or either ACT or SAT scores if you have completed less than 15 hours of college credit. An official copy of your scores may be obtained from your high school or by request from www.act.org or www.sat.org. The Grace College code numbers are 1198 for the ACT or 1252 for the SAT.
Once your completed application, school reference, transcripts, and official ACT or SAT scores have been received in our Admissions Office, your application for admission to Grace College will be complete and will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee (Grace College reserves the right to request additional information if needed). The Admissions Committee will provide notification regarding the status of your application.
Applicants receive one of the four decision letters: admit, deny, defer (for additional information), or wait list. Students on the wait list will be considered for admission at a later date if places in the class become available.
Once admission is granted, a place in the class can be secured by submitting a $200 enrollment deposit by the May 1 reply date. (Housing assignments are prioritized by date received.)
Email Admissions or call 866-974-7223.