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Accepted Students - Next Steps

Congratulations on being accepted to Grace College! You’re on your way to becoming a Lancer. Now, it’s time for your next steps.

Accepted Students – Next Steps
Learn about the next steps for Accepted Students, Transfer Students, Military Students, International Students, Readmitting Students...

Transfer Students

If you have completed 12 or more college credits after high school graduation, this is the webpage for you! Find everything you need to know about the application process, important deadlines, and transfer scholarships here!

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Learn about the next steps for Accepted Students, Transfer Students, Military Students, International Students, Readmitting Students...

Military Students

Are you coming to school from military service? We have compiled all of the relevant information for you including financial aid benefits, specialized support services and chaplaincy programs.

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Learn about the next steps for Accepted Students, Transfer Students, Military Students, International Students, Readmitting Students...

International Students

If you are not a U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident, then this page is for you! We want to make your path to Grace as stress-free as possible. Learn more about how we walk with you through the Admissions process.

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Learn about the next steps for Accepted Students, Transfer Students, Military Students, International Students, Readmitting Students...

Readmitting Students

Did you press pause on your education for a while, but decide to start up again? We welcome you back! You can find your abbreviated application here!

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Non-Degree seeking student

Unclassified Students

Interested in taking a few classes at Grace, but not looking to get a degree? Need to fulfill a requirement for another program? You can take up to 12 credit hours as a non-degree seeking student.

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