Grace College Transfer Student Grant

This award is for U.S. undergraduate students who are planning to transfer to Grace College of Indiana. Students must demonstrate financial need to be considered for this award.

Grace College Transfer Student Scholarship

This award is for U.S. undergraduate students who are planning to transfer to Grace College of Indiana. Students must have completed at least 24 college credit hours prior to enrollment at Grace College; and must have a grade point average of 3.2 or higher, or an SAT score of 1170 or higher, or an ACT score of 24 or higher, or a class rank in the top 10 percent.

Grace College FGBC Transfer Student Scholarship

This award is for U.S. undergraduate students who are planning to transfer to Grace College of Indiana. Students must demonstrate participation in a Fellowship of Grace Brethren Church (FGBC).

Grace College Clergy Children’s Transfer Student Award

This award is for U.S. undergraduate students who are planning to transfer to Grace College of Indiana. The student must be a dependent, unmarried child of a full-time pastor or missionary, and must also demonstrate financial need.

Grace College Clergy Children’s Award

This award is available to U.S students who will be incoming freshmen at Grace College (IN). The student must be a dependent, unmarried child of a full-time pastor or missionary.

Grace College FGBC Scholarship – Freshmen Students

This award is available to U.S. students who plan to enroll at Grace College & Theological Seminary as freshmen. The student must demonstrate participation in a Fellowship of Grace Brethren Church (FGBC).

Grace College Grace Diversity Scholarship

This award is available to U.S. students who plan to attend Grace College & Theological Seminary as freshmen. The student must be a member of a minority group.

Grace College Provost’s Scholarship

This award is available to U.S. students who plan to attend Grace College & Theological Seminary as freshmen. The student must have a grade point average of 3.9 or higher, and a SAT score of 1360 or higher or an ACT score of 29 or higher.