As your high school students consider their college careers, we know youth leaders and pastors are involved in guiding students toward environments that will allow their students to thrive. We believe Grace is an ideal place for just this. Not only does Grace provide a quality education, but students at Grace are continually challenged in their faith and are nurtured in their walks with Christ.
Learn more about what it’s really like to join the Grace community.
Read more about how chapel is an integral part of the Grace community.
Check out our residence hall options and find out how they build community.
Find out about the many ways to get involved in the Grace community.
Explore the ministry study degree programs that Grace offers.
Find out why students choose Grace.
Discover how students can save up to 50% off their college costs.
Find out what we’re all about by reading our mission statement and educational values.
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.
Located in the Winona Lake area are many non-denominational churches and local churches representing more than 30 denominations and fellowships, including Assemblies of God, Baptist, Bible Church, Brethren, Christian, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Free Methodist, Grace Brethren, Independent, Lutheran, Mennonite, Missionary, Nazarene, Non-denominational, Presbyterian, Reformed Baptist, Salvation Army, United Methodist, and Wesleyan.
Plenty! Our student clubs and organizations provide many activities for students. Our Student Activities Board (SAB) puts together an exciting round of events for college students every year, including tailgating, paintball, concerts, Pizza Hut Night, and luaus. There are many creative options, as well as campus traditions such as Homecoming.