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Grace University

Grace says:
Grace University welcomes applications for admission from prospective students who possess the qualifications the University deems necessary for those anticipating Christian ministry careers and academic/professional fields of study.

Grace University selects its students based on information received from the application form, pastoral reference form, personal reference forms, transcripts from school(s) attended, and the ACT (American College Testing) results.

Grace University admits students on the basis of academic ability, moral character, and an expressed desire to study the Scripture. Grace University admits students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University.

Christian Character

Candidates for admission must give evidence of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. To assure some degree of spiritual maturity, normally the University expects that candidates have consistently walked with Christ for at least one year. The lifestyle and relationships of each candidate should reflect this commitment to Christ, and reflect a commitment to obeying the mandates and directives found in Scripture.

Candidates for admission must adhere to biblical moral standards, must be committed to God’s will as revealed in Scripture and must, in general, give evidence of commendable Christian character. Applicants sign a statement affirming their willingness to abide by the University’s lifestyle expectations.

Academic Qualifications

Candidates for admission must have graduated from high school or present evidence of having completed equivalent requirements.

The University admits a few applicants as special students who have yet to achieve high school credentials. In such cases the person is not considered a candidate for graduation until high school or its equivalent is completed.

It is expected that students rank in the upper one-half of their graduating classes and have maintained a “C” average or above. Special action of the Admissions Committee is required for students not meeting these requirements.

Prospective students are urged to take college preparatory courses which include units in English, social science, natural science, mathematics, and foreign language.

Students planning to enroll in the Teacher Education Program should note carefully the special admissions requirements.
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