Mount Memorial is one of Grace’s most historic buildings, and is home to the art, education, and behavioral science departments. It is also home to the visitor’s center and campus post office.
The Mac Lab is located on the second floor of Mount Memorial. The lab is especially useful for art and graphic design students, but is also helpful for students in other majors, such as journalism. Each computer comes with the full Adobe Suite.
Grace’s newest building, the Orthopaedic Capital Center (OCC), was finished in 2007. Though the OCC holds Grace chapel three days a week and is home court to several of Grace’s athletic teams, the building is also available for community use for large events, such as conferences and business meetings. The OCC is home to Grace’s business department, as well as the Alumni office.
McClain Hall, home to the Grace Seminary, also holds several undergraduate classrooms and two larger teaching areas: McClain Auditorium and the Ashman Chapel. The offices of Grace College President, Dr. Manahan, and Grace College Provost, Dr. Katip, are located in McClain, making them accessible to students.
Westminster Hall, a renovated hotel, is now a dormitory. Affectionately known as “Westy,” the building also holds a student lounge area.
The Miller Athletic fields are home to Grace’s soccer, baseball, softball, and tennis teams. Students enjoy coming to the Miller fields to watch and practice their favorite sports.
The Gordon Recreation Center (GRC), available free of charge to all students and alumni, holds Grace’s fitness center (complete with cardio and strength equipment, as well as an aerobics room) and field house. Most sport management classes are held at the GRC. The GRC boasts flexible hours, allowing students to maintain fitness despite hectic schedules.
On a campus as beautiful as Grace, students don’t want to miss any opportunity to be outside during nice weather; that’s why Grace offers a “green corridor.” Students are able to access the Grace WiFi network not only in campus buildings, but on campus lawns and patios, as well.
Winona Lake is a favorite recreational spot for students during nice weather. Students often enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, and fishing on the lake, as well as playing volleyball or tennis at the nearby Winona Lake park.