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Undergrad Profile

Grace College seeks to meet students where they are. 

Over the past few years, Grace has been a front-runner in taking the initiative to offer new educational options to today’s students without compromising the essentials of scriptural authority, quality education, transformative experiences, and affordability. 

Grace offers a three-year accelerated degree option for academically aggressive students while remaining an evangelical, four-year liberal arts college. Its unparalleled curricular model offers practical learning experiences that apply biblical values as students strengthen their character, sharpen their competence, and prepare for service.
Academic innovation: a shift from content to competence
Grace faculty work closely with students as they strive to achieve a synergy between comprehensive learning and competent thinking. More than 70 majors and concentrations are available from the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Behavioral Science, Business, Education, and Ministry Studies. Grace’s programs make the classroom experience more interactive as students use emerging technologies, case studies, and a discussion/debate presentation model.

Grace knows that higher education is changing; as a result, the College has embraced a readiness to adapt methods of education that help students become confident experts in their fields. It’s a whole new kind of career readiness that moves students from mere content comprehension to confident proficiency. Grace wants to collaborate with students, working to understand how they learn and think best. As a result, a Grace education is being redesigned so students can become confident experts in their fields by the time they graduate. It’s a whole new gear of career readiness that moves students from mere content to true competence.

Applied learning: life experience in a class of its own
Academic proficiency is vital to education, but Grace understands that real-life context application is also crucial. At Grace, a student’s degree will be comprised of at least 12 credits of applied learning, giving students time for internships, study abroad, cross-cultural experiences, student teaching, research fellowships, and student leadership positions. This method of experiential learning is where a student’s calling becomes evident and his or her expertise is validated.

A Measure of Grace: no more tuition increases
Grace continues to see a great response from parents and students to Grace’s cost savings and high-quality Christian education solutions. For their newest program called Measure of Grace, effective fall of 2015, students who enroll at Grace as full-time, traditional undergraduates will never pay higher tuition once they enroll. Each consecutive year a student attends Grace full time, he or she will also receive a $500 tuition reduction, which leads to an additional savings of up to $3,000. Finally, all textbook rentals are free for those undergraduates, saving an additional $4,800 over their four-year stay.

Accelerated degree options: to the finish line, faster
Grace College helps students ease the burden of college costs by providing generous financial aid, and it’s making a Christian liberal arts education even more affordable for thousands of families. Students can now opt for a three-year bachelor’s degree, which cuts approximately 25% off the cost of a college education and helps graduates enter the job market one year earlier, affording them an additional 25% return in the form of a year of income. Students can also complete a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree simultaneously in just four years total with the new blended degree option.




Grace College is nestled in the idyllic lakeside village of Winona Lake, Indiana—a unique pocket of artisanal culture that boasts lakeside parks, miles of wooded walking and biking trails, quaint cafés, fine dining, and a variety of galleries, studios, and shops. The Village at Winona gives students an off-campus retreat where they can relax, study, and spend time with friends.

• Accounting
• Actuarial Science
• Applied Physics*
• Archeology
• Art
• Associate Degree in Nursing
• Bible (only as a second major)
• Bible Translation
• Biblical Studies
• Biology
• Business Education
• Communication, with concentrations in:
- Communication Studies
- Film Studies
- Public Relations
- Theatre
• Counseling
• Criminal Justice
• Design Engineering Technology*
• Educational Ministries
• Elementary Education
• Elementary Education/Mild Intervention
• English
• English Education
• Entrepreneurial Management
• Environmental Biology
• Environmental Science
• Environmental Studies
• Exercise Science
• Facility and Event Management
• Finance
• French
• French Education
• General Business
• General Science
• Graphic Design
• Health Science, with concentrations in:
- Pre-chiropractic
- Pre-dental
- Pre-medicine (D.O.)
- Pre-medicine (M.D.)
- Pre-occupational
- Pre-optometry
- Pre-pharmacy
- Pre-physical Therapy
- Pre-physician Assistant
- Pre-podiatry
- Pre-veterinary
• History
• Illustration
• Information Systems
• Intercultural Studies
• Interdisciplinary Studies
• International Business
• Journalism
• Life Science Education
• Management of Information Systems
• Marketing
• Mathematics
• Mathematics and Computing
• Mathematics Education
• Mechanical Engineering Management*
• Music Arts (fall 2016)
• Music Technology (fall 2016)
• Photography
• Political Science
• Psychology
• R.N. to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
• Social Studies Education and History
• Sociology
• Spanish
• Spanish Education
• Sport Business
• Sport Management
• Sport Marketing
• Sport Media
• Sport Ministry
• Sport Psychology
• Urban Ministry Studies
• Web Design and Development
• World Languages
• Worship Arts (fall 2016)
• Youth Ministry

* Dual degree in Applied Physics and Engineering

Grace also has 36 minors to choose from.


• Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
• Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies
• Master of Arts in Local Church Ministry
• Master of Arts in Ministry Studies
• Master of Business Administration
• Master of Divinity
• Master of Science in Athletic Administration
• Master of Science in Higher Education
• Master of Science in Medical Device Quality Management
• Master of Science in Nonprofit Management
• Master of Science in Orthopaedic Regulatory and Clinical Affairs

• Doctor of Intercultural Studies
• Doctor of Ministry

• Over 70 majors and concentrations
• 15 varsity men’s and women’s sports
• 1,231 undergraduates (420 new students)
• Average SAT: 1150
• More than a dozen primary student organizations
• Students from 35 states and 11 countries
• 99% of students receiving financial aid
(a combination of loans, grants, and scholarships)