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Scholarships and Grants


Scholarships and Grants

At Grace, you’ll find people that care about you…and your wallet. Grace offers generous scholarships and grants to 100% of our full-time traditional undergraduate students. It’s just the ways of Grace!

Merit Scholarships*

*effective for students entering Fall 2021

Your hard work in high school was worth it! You will automatically receive a merit scholarship based on your high school GPA when admission is granted. If you have over a 3.7 GPA and top 25% class rank, register for one of our Presidential Scholarship Days!

High School GPA Amount Scholarship
4.0+ $12,000 per year Provost's Scholarship
3.75 - 3.99 $10,000 per year Dean's Scholarship
3.50 - 3.74 $8,000 per year Honors Scholarship
3.0 - 3.49 $7,000 per year Distinction Scholarship
Under 3.00 $6,000 per year Achievement Scholarship
*Merit scholarships can be increased through March 1 of the senior year when an updated transcript is submitted.

Federal & State Aid

Federal and state governments determine your eligibility for financial aid with the FAFSA. After October 1 of your senior year, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov.

When you list Grace College on your FAFSA, you’ll receive a $2,000 FAFSA Grant ($500 per year) to Grace and we will send you a detailed description of your financial aid in your Financial Aid Award Notification.

Remember to file your FAFSA before the Indiana deadline of April 15!


Local Scholarships

Be sure to apply for grants and scholarships in your local community. The vast majority of other scholarships come from local organizations that want to help!

Various funds are allocated each year within communities to award to students going to college. Click below to see if your county has aid available for you.

Kosciusko, Allen, Elkhart, Wabash, Marshall, County Search

Student that live in Northeast Indiana, should also consider the excellent forgivable loans offered by the Questa Foundation.


Additional Information

Many external organizations offer scholarship programs. High school guidance offices and libraries often have resource materials listing these programs. Parent’s employers may offer assistance. Eligible U.S. veterans or their dependents may have educational benefits available to them. Handicapped students may qualify for assistance from their state agency. All students who receive outside scholarships must notify Student Financial Aid. Generally, institutional financial aid and outside scholarships cannot exceed the cost of attendance.

Student employment may be available to qualified students who wish to work in order to help meet part of their expenses. On-campus, we offer need-based Federal Work-Study and non-need based Grace Work Study Positions. Also offered are employment opportunities in off-campus community service through the Federal Work-Study Program. Student employees average approximately 10 hours per week and receive paychecks every two weeks for their work. (This process may vary for those in off-campus Federal Work-Study positions.)

Institutional scholarships require a student to maintain full-time enrollment and are limited to eight semesters (four years) of eligibility. Grace College reserves the right to reduce institutional aid in the event that a combination of federal, state, and institutional gift aid exceeds tuition.


Online Resources


Questions?

Email Admission or call 866-974-7223