You are a Lancer. Welcome to the Grace College family!
As a deposited student, follow the checklist below to prepare for your first year at Grace. The links will connect you with your next steps.
If you have not already deposited, you can do so here.
Before June 1
Spring Enrollment: Before December 1
All new students, including commuter students, should fill out this survey by June 1. This survey helps us to secure your housing placement and your wonderful new roommate(s)! Dorm requests are considered by the date of your enrollment deposit, and housing assignments will be sent out in mid-July.
Deposit by March 1 and receive e-mail instructions with the course registration questionnaire from your Admissions Counselor and be invited to Early Registration Day on-campus. Students that deposit after March 1 will receive their course schedule by June 1.
Our Health Center needs your student health information as soon as possible. To complete this process, you will need your student username and password that was emailed to you when you first deposited to Grace.
You will thrive at Grace College. Should you need any physical, academic, or dietary accommodations, complete this request form. Any questions about disability accommodations can be emailed to Connie Burkholder at email@example.com.
You were emailed your Grace Network Information when you first deposited to Grace. Not only will you need this info to complete your student health form, but billing, housing, and other summer communication will be sent to your new Grace Gmail account. If you do not have your Grace Network Information, please email the Admissions office.
PreUnion 2019 will be held on Friday, June 21st! PreUnion is a lake day getaway for the incoming class of 2018. Join us for a fun-filled day of sun, food, boating, beach volleyball and more.
After June 1
Spring Enrollment: Before January 7
Your Grace College invoice will be mailed and emailed to you by July 1. The Business Office will provide instructions to log onto the Tuition Management System (TMS) to set up your student account. Your invoice for the first semester can be settled with a one-time payment or a 4 or 5 month payment plan. These options can be explored at grace.afford.com.
Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling are simply forms that you’ll complete to take responsibility for your loans. Once these forms are completed, the federal government will be given permission to make sure your Stafford loans are disbursed to Grace College.
Check your Grace College Gmail account! Your dorm assignment and roommate(s) name(s) will be waiting for you by mid-July. Enjoy getting to know your roommate(s) before Welcome Weekend!
Submit Final High School Transcripts, CLEP Scores, AP Scores, and College Transcripts
We want to make sure you’re receiving the credit that is due! Turn in your final transcripts to our Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have dual credit or college credit, we’ll need the official college transcript directly from the college or university that granted you those credits.
The public relations office routinely sends news releases and photos to hometown and local newspapers. These press releases cover accomplishments, honors, etc. you may receive as a Grace student. Because the publications are part of the academic experience, each student is asked to provide his or her information by completing this form. This information, along with your photo, may appear on the Grace website, in press releases, ads and publications produced by Grace.
In addition, this form allows parents and grandparents to sign up to receive the e-newsletter “Apparently” which provides updates about campus life.
We may have a last minute question or message for you before Welcome Weekend. Check your personal email account and Grace College Gmail account one more time before the big day!
Additional Helpful Information
Bringing your own computer is key to your success as a student. The core technical resources all students will use (G Suite for Education, the Grace Portal and the Grace Moodle platform by Learning House) are web-based, so any functioning computer with a current operating system, web browser, and software will work. Chromebooks and tablets will allow you to do most school work functions, but using Microsoft Office will require the Windows or Mac operating systems. Both the suite of Google apps and Microsoft Office are offered free-of-charge to active Grace students.
Grace also provides public computers and printers in all freshman dorms and in most other upper class-man dorms, in addition to large computer labs in the Morgan Library (PC) and in Mount Memorial (Mac). Also provided is the equivalent of 200 free pages of black-and-white printing per semester to any lab printer on campus.
The Office of Information Technology will provide support to students for connecting personal devices to the wired and/or wireless network, in addition to providing basic diagnostic and repair services at no cost.
Email Admissions or call 866-974-7223