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Grace College hosted its 16th annual Presidential Scholarship Competition (PSC) on Feb. 15 and 16, 2019. PSC is an invitation-only scholarship competition for qualifying high school seniors. Invitations are based on class rank, GPA, and SAT and ACT scores, with awards ranging from $4,000 scholarships to full tuition. In [...]
We understand that college might not be for everyone. There might be a reason why you consider not pursuing higher education. Maybe you believe college is too expensive. You might have a good job already. Or perhaps you lack a plan for the future. You may have [...]
Grace College hosted its 15th annual Presidential Scholarship Competition (PSC) on Feb. 16 and 17, 2018. PSC is an invitation-only scholarship competition for qualifying high school seniors. Invitations are based on academic achievement, with awards ranging from $2,000 scholarships to full tuition. In all, 68 scholarships were awarded, totaling more [...]
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Last-Minute FAFSA Tips to Get You Started: Completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) may seem tremendously daunting or somewhat confusing for many first-time applicants.
Having all the necessary tax documents on hand, seeing foreign terms like “FSA ID” or “W-2,” and even just taking time to complete [...]
This Post Was Prepared by a Grace College Alumnus with College-Age Children
I have three sons. One has graduated from college, another is a junior at his university and the youngest is planning to enter college in two years. In other words, I have each step in the process covered. [...]
It’s time to file your FAFSA! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the application for federal and state financial aid available to students entering, or in, college. All students regardless of financial status are encouraged to file every year.
In 2016, changes were made to the student [...]