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Grace College is pleased to announce two new initiatives to make bachelor degree programs more accessible to Indiana students, in particular transfer students from Ivy Tech. Grace now accepts the Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC), allowing a seamless transfer of 30 general education credits from any public state [...]
Grace College & Seminary hosted a celebration dinner on Thursday night to mark the conclusion of its two-year comprehensive campaign. Launched in March 2017, the ASPIRE Campaign sought to raise $37 million to fund Grace’s vision to be an exemplary, Christ-centered educational community characterized by innovation, affordability and real-world [...]
After the classes are done, and perhaps before homework is started, the campus of Grace College offers plenty of opportunity. That’s because we know a variety of activities only serves to enhance the individual. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the top ten [...]
The admissions team at Grace is its frontline. They carry, communicate and promote the value of a Grace education day in and day out. They talk to hundreds of prospective students and parents over the course of a semester and hear firsthand what their needs are.
The first concern most [...]
Have you ever wondered about the uniqueness each individual brings to a group? How do the individual traits help a group gel? If the group is too diverse, does that work against each individual's future goals?
What about their stories? While it's true that we have a lot in common, [...]
Where do Grace College students go to receive help with writing papers? What if they need to seek help for accommodations in classes due to disabilities? Where do they find helpful resources? Where do they take CLEP tests or make-up tests for missed classes? From where can they get [...]
You can accomplish a lot in eight weeks’ time. Perhaps you could train for a 5k run or learn the basics of a different language. One could probably get through about four seasons of a series on Netflix, or you could even learn how to cook! But when you [...]
Much like assuming a high school graduate can read and write, it is assumed a college graduate will be able to perform job specific tasks. These are what we call the “hard skills” needed for any workplace. For a teacher, it’s classroom management skills. For an engineer, [...]
If you know your history, then you already know why Warsaw, Indiana is known as the Orthopaedic Capital of the World. For everybody else, a trip back to 1895 is needed. That’s when Revra DePuy founded DePuy Manufacturing out of hotel room. He wanted to manufacture fiber splints, customized [...]
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