Omaha, NE
Grace University


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Payton
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Grace university is a Great place to get a education! Teacher's and Councelor's are knowledable/helpful! Class sizes are pe...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Grace university is a Great place to get a education! Teacher's and Councelor's are knowledable/helpful! Class sizes are perfect and you are known by your name. Grace not only cares about your education but also care about you as individuals! I love being a student at Grace University!

Nicole
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Grace University’s campus is diverse and inclusion is very important. Attending a Christian University our main focus is to r...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Grace University’s campus is diverse and inclusion is very important. Attending a Christian University our main focus is to reflect Christ and Kingdom principles to the world. A Kingdom mindset is non-denominational, multi-generational, and comprised of every nationality created. We are all different people with unique gifts, talents, and abilities who are all focused on our futures. Being part of Grace University’s student body has significant meaning. We are one team and everyone plays a part. We want our influence to have a positive impact in the lives of the people that we come in contact with. A diverse student body is essential to the goal of the Adult Degree Completion program at Grace University. Grace faculty is committed to developing servant leaders for the home, church, and the world through excellent education. Having a diverse student body focused on unity enhances the College’s experience and equips us with a variety of perspectives. We believe diversity and inclusion in the student body is recognizing, valuing and fully leveraging the diversity of others to create a positive learning atmosphere that promotes and celebrates equality. Diversity and inclusion is the very act of utilizing people’s differences to the benefit of the world. We are exemplifying more than just being tolerant. Appreciating diversity is great for society and the economy.

Kara
What is your overall opinion of this school?

The staff here is super friendly, are truly followers of God, and focus on the student more than the grades they earn, I hav...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The staff here is super friendly, are truly followers of God, and focus on the student more than the grades they earn, I have had a great experience so far and hope to continue learning about God as I major in education.

Jessica
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

When you graduate, you will be so ready to take on the world, with big ideas about what you wanted to study and where you wan...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

When you graduate, you will be so ready to take on the world, with big ideas about what you wanted to study and where you wanted to go. You will have too many options ahead of you to decide on one course of study, which won't change when you enter college after a gap year, because you'll dabble in almost every major available. You'll later get discouraged and take another year off. But don't worry, you'll decide on a course and pursue it to the end. My advice to you is this: Showing you can stick through with something to completion (a degree of some kind) is only part of the college experience. This isn't just a stepping stone in life, it is a section of the journey of your life. You have the scholastic side of college figured out, for the most part. Keep your eyes open to the people and situations around you, wherever you are, to encourage whoever you can. Learn life lessons from everything. Participate in more activities around campus and don't be afraid to talk to people you don't know. Don't stress.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

I knew all I wanted to know about this school before I came to it. I learned that the teachers really do care about their students, which was encouraging. When they say they have small class sizes, they mean it. I participated in the Excel program, for non-traditional students, so I don't have much experience with the traditional class function of the school.

What kind of person should not attend this school?

Someone who isn't willing to submit to the rules of the school, or who thinks the rules are stupid, shouldn't go here. If you don't want to have a Christian worldview taught alongside your college education, you shouldn't go here. If you enjoy being able to hide in your classes, you shouldn't go here. If you don't want to have your understanding of the Bible and the world around you challenged or enhanced, don't go here.

Megan
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

soppse I was a senior in high school and I already know the knowlege of college now, the advice I would give to myself is stu...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

soppse I was a senior in high school and I already know the knowlege of college now, the advice I would give to myself is study everyday and I'll pass college course in no time, college can help you became more of a resposible ,mature ,succeful student as you move on with your life in college, getting a tutor is very helpful and if you ever think you can do an asighment on your own,without help, think again. Tutoring can help you understand the assighment better and get the work done faster, the more you know ,the smarter you'll be. The smarter you'll be , the easier the assignment gets. College is full of surprising challenges. Taking a college course in high school would save money and help you get in to a better college. Education is what makes life better and easier. Studying for certifcate or a degree or both ,is what makes it easier for you to get the job of your dreams! That is the kind of advice I would give myself as a high school student.

Vanessa
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I know school has always been easy for you but once college comes around, take it more seriously! This means actually go to c...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I know school has always been easy for you but once college comes around, take it more seriously! This means actually go to class and listen, don’t think you can just teach yourself everything by reading Cliffs notes. High school was all politics, who is friends with who and sometimes that makes life tough. College is definitely not like that. Just do what it takes to reach your goal and success will eventually come. College is an experience that needs to be lived. Yes, there are ups and downs, there are tough classes that will test your mind and easy classes that will be a breeze. The people you meet in these four years may be the best friends you ever find, and they make the college ride an enjoyable one. Have fun, live, learn, laugh, love the craziness, before you know it it will be over and missed.

Kevin
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

That is simple since I was 47 years old when I started. I would simply tell myself not to wait so cotton-picking long to st...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

That is simple since I was 47 years old when I started. I would simply tell myself not to wait so cotton-picking long to start college. I must say however, that waiting some time, a little time, would be a good idea for me, as it would also be for some other students. I witnessed a few people who started college right after highschool and failed misserably because they just were not ready to settle down and get serious about where they were. Some were too immature and treated college as if it were just like highschool. I myself, believe I did so well in college, with a GPA of 3.76 after 4 years, because I did wait. I was just a very serious person about my college experience, and I was there because I wanted to be and I knew what I wanted to do with it.

What kind of person should attend this school?

Because Grace is a Christian university, I recomend being a Christian. But this is not a must. However, if not a Christian when starting, there is a good chance the person will be by the time they graduate.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

Feeling a little out of place when you are considerably older than the others.

Bret
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Through attendance to Grace University both the realization and value of knowledge has been rooted in my inner being. Grace U...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Through attendance to Grace University both the realization and value of knowledge has been rooted in my inner being. Grace University encourages students to explore all aspects of education both inside out outside of their major. Before Grace University, I had no desire to learn outside of the classroom, and even within the allotted class time I would merely desire the grade rather than value the information that the class had to offer. I had the privilege of taking a class with our University president. His passion and enthusiasm was impossible to ignore, even if you're a student with an extreme case of absent mind syndrome. The amount of knowledge encouraged and made available to you is substantial to say the least. Grace University has not only impacted my life academically but also personally in regards to my morals and character. The surrounding community is one that is of pure character and seeks to edify rather than put down. Through attending colleges outside of Grace University I have experienced cold communities that are of selfish nature. Grace University has proven itself in both academics and community, outside of these there is little to critique, therefore displaying its invaluable nature.

What kind of person should attend this school?

Grace University is a Christain school with a central focus of enhancing spiriual growth. The community of Grace Univerisity is one that encourages and assists in strengthening the Christian lifestyle according to the Bible and the study of Jesus Christ. The type of person that should attend Grace University is one that believes in Jesus Christ and accepts the Bible as the final authority for their life. This person should have a desire to grow spiritualy as a means to living a life for Christ and to serve others that they may come to know Him.

josh
What is your overall opinion of this school?

would not recommend this college to anyone. I have been to Toccoa Falls College, Community College, high school college level...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

would not recommend this college to anyone. I have been to Toccoa Falls College, Community College, high school college level classes, and military training, so I can speak as someone who has studied in a few different settings. First, I would like to say that the professors have a great heart for God. The professors really care about the students, and make themselves readily available and show up to many school sponsored events. They live what they preach, and are great instructors to learn from. Noting that, I would not recommend this college because of the students. Grace University pulls a lot of the students who did not fit in in high school. They are very closeminded, gossippy, and boring. One student had said in his three years of being there he had maybe been off campus 4 times. The campus has dorms, a library, chapel, and a gym. There is very little events going on on campus. Many students would say they usually hang out in the dorms, or go to Wal-Mart. The student body is very boring. Most guys and girls interact only if they are dating, or in class. Many of the girls deal with self esteem issues and the guys confidence issues. Many of the genders both complain about the other gender not being attractive or confident enough. They are not very accepting of outsiders. It does not have a diversity of students, it pulls many close minded "christians" not people who actively want God. There are a few great people at the college, but as a whole the college is one I would strongly advise you to not attend. The city of omaha is an amazing city. It offers many movie theaters, malls, parks, stores, restaraunts, bowling alleys, churches, universities, and jobs. It is fairly warm through november and recieves snow during the winter. The capitol lincoln is about 45 minutes away and offers even more to do. The faculty respond very quickly and are easily accesible for questions or for life help in general. The faulty are pushing for spiritual revival, and are well suited for it. Administration answers questions very quickly and is very helpful and kind. Overall, I would say Grace University is a good college, except for the culture on the campus. The student body is ill equipped for the world. Two professors have spoken to me and voiced there concerns about the student body being oblivious to the outside world and ill prepared for making it after graduation. So it is up to you, if you are contemplating christian colleges I would take a good look at Toccoa Falls College at www.tfc.edu.

What is the stereotype of students at your school?

Closeminded, wierd, boring, unattractive.

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