Grace College invites interested high school students and their parents to Preview Day on Friday, June 29, to see first-hand the educational and student life opportunities at Grace. Located in the historic lakeside town of Winona Lake, Ind., Grace offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and seminary degree programs in a beautiful setting.
At Preview Day, prospective students and their parents will tour the campus, meet with admissions and financial aid staff, chat with current Grace College faculty and students, and eat lunch in the dining commons. After lunch, there will be a panel discussion with faculty, staff, and current students.
“Grace College prioritizes innovative, practical learning in a Christ-centered community,” said Cindy Sisson, vice president of marketing and enrollment management at Grace. “Preview Day is our opportunity to share our values, methods, and goals with prospective students and their families.”
Grace College is committed to making college affordable and attainable for as many students as possible. “Most colleges incrementally increase tuition each year a student is enrolled,” Sisson said. “At Grace, a student’s tuition will never be higher than their first year of enrollment, and textbook rentals are free.”
Students can complete any of Grace’s 70-plus undergraduate degrees in an accelerated three-year bachelor’s program, cutting the cost of their degree by a fourth. Grace also offers a blended degree program in several disciplines which allows students to complete both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years.
Grace is growing. Nearly 1,300 undergraduate students called Grace home this year, in addition to more than 850 online and graduate students. With a focus on STEM, Grace College added bachelor’s degrees in agribusiness and chemistry, as well as nursing in partnership with Bethel College, during the 2017-18 school year. This fall, Grace will launch an engineering program and open the new $8 million Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex with high-tech laboratories and classrooms. Grace’s comprehensive fundraising campaign, Aspire, has achieved more than 88 percent of its $37 million goal since launching in the spring of 2017.
“We look forward to hosting high school students and their families at our beautiful Winona Lake campus,” Sisson concluded. Preview Day will begin at 10:30 a.m. on June 29 in the Grace College Visitor’s Center, 808 Kings Highway, Winona Lake, Ind. For more information or to register for Preview Day, visit www.grace.edu/previewday.