Grace College invites prospective students and their parents to attend Lancer Day – a day designed to introduce the school to families looking for the right college fit for their student. Upcoming Lancer Days will take place Friday, March 23, and Friday, April 6, at Grace College, 200 Seminary Dr., Winona Lake, Ind.
Lancer Days begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. followed by a student and faculty panel discussion. Then participants discover what Grace College has to offer by attending chapel, touring campus, and eating lunch at Alpha Dining Commons. The day officially concludes with a faculty fair at 2 p.m. However, students and parents may choose to take advantage of complementary tickets to sporting events during their visit. In addition, high school juniors and seniors may spend one night in a residence hall.
“At Lancer Days, students survey the academic departments and majors at Grace, learn about student activities and clubs, discover financial assistance opportunities and see first-hand how Grace College is making quality, Christian education attractive and affordable,” said Cindy Sisson, vice president of enrollment management and marketing at Grace.
During their visit, families will hear about new academic programs and see current construction projects on campus. Grace College has recently launched majors in agribusiness, engineering, chemistry, nursing and worship arts. In all, Grace College offers more than 70 undergraduate degrees in both traditional four-year and accelerated three-year degree formats.
Students and parents will see the new Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex which is scheduled for completion this summer. The complex is part of the $37 million comprehensive Aspire Campaign for Grace College & Seminary. To date, more than $32.5 million has been raised.