College Sophomore 2013-09-30T16:21:48Z
Parking is really good on campus. You don't have to pay for a parking pass and the parking isn't really that far from the dorms.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T06:11:34Z
The food options are very good. I know the opinions varied, but I thought that campus dining was amazing! Even being gluten free! Flex dollars could be used at the sub shop for dinner or throughout the day and at the two local coffee shops. It could also be used at the bookstore/ gift shop.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T06:07:59Z
The student life on campus is great! The student activities board does an excellent job of coming up with awesome new things to do all the time. The hangout locations vary but they are multiple. Every week held new exciting things to do.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T06:05:30Z
The weather is very nice year round. All four seasons are fully expected.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T06:03:11Z
There is an extremely strict policy regarding drugs and alcohol. It is a ZERO tolerance policy. I did not encounter any drug situations, though I'm sure with a campus full of young adults, there was possibly some bad activity happening behind the scenes. Not from anything that I saw at all though.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T05:57:38Z
The buildings are kept very clean and are easily accessible to all students. The environment is extremely safe and calm. The professors are truly genuine and care about each individual student that they teach. Their hearts are in the right place. The entire campus is like a dream land. Perfect in so many ways. If one is looking for an amazing, fully Christ-filled campus, he or she needs to look no further.
College Junior 2013-09-12T13:48:40Z
Guys & Girls:
The guys and girls at Grace College vary from city kids to country kids - we even have a Mennonite! Most guys dress casually, and girls generally wear whatever is in style - especially on "Dress Well Wednesday". Relationships are big around campus. Everyone - from the President to the freshmen - knows the saying, "Ring by Spring" because so many students meet their spouses on campus and are engaged before they leave college.
College Junior 2013-09-12T13:42:36Z
There is not much nightlife at Grace College at all. It's been replaced by Taco Bell Tuesday, Applebees Appetizer nights, weekly bowling and dances, and other night events.
College Junior 2013-09-12T13:40:28Z
The thing that really sets this school apart is its dedication to the students as a whole and more specifically to their spiritual lives. Grace requires many different kinds of groups for freshman to participate in so that they can immediately get involved and feel supported in the community. They really push the idea of family. Most students graduate with their bachelors in three years or with their masters in four years, so getting connected so quickly is a blessing.
College Junior 2013-09-12T13:33:40Z
Grace College is in a tiny lakeside community so many of the off-campus options are expensive. To combat this, Grace has bought a number of homes and small apartment complexes in the community to rent to upperclassmen. Some are farther from campus, and others are practically on campus with everyone else. Because many upperclassmen choose to stay in the dorms, it is not too hard to get into the off-campus housing program. The cost is similar to that of living in a dorm, but it is extremely safe and easy to find thanks to Grace.
College Junior 2013-09-12T13:26:22Z
Grace College's campus life is decent. The athletic center is a touch small, but not many people use it anyways. Grace does not have a student center, but has many other new and fun hang-outs around campus. The library is nice, and there's plenty of space too sit outside everywhere on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-09-01T19:10:04Z
Here at Grace College, public transportation is non existence. But that is not a bad thing, because of how small the campus is. And a lot of students bring bikes or scooters to use. And students also walk, which is usually in groups, so students get to no each other well from walking to classes together. However, there is a bus transportation for students on Sunday for a church that is about 40 minutes away, but that was provided by the church.
College Sophomore 2013-09-01T19:01:35Z
Grace College's campus life is different than most campuses. The athletics are always fairly popular with great school spirit. Some of the buildings however are kind of outdated. Recently, the school built a new dorm to help house more students. There is always an intramural going on no matter what the season, which greatly helps student stay connected. Students also have the privilege of attending chapel three times a week at the OCC, which houses our basketball and volleyball games as well as classes and chapel.
College Freshman 2013-08-19T14:31:45Z
Grace College is by far one of the most best colleges to attend! The atmosphere is very friendly (students of any grade smile and say "hi!" as you walk to your class) and the scenery is wonderful (campus is located right next to the lake and village so it feels very homey). The professors and staff really make sure that every incoming freshman feels right at home and transitions quickly into the college life. I am very glad that I made my decision to come to Grace College!
College Senior 2013-07-28T19:28:52Z
Freshman have a curfew and have to be inside their dorm by midnight on week days and 1 am on weekends. Curfew exemption can be granted for sophomores and is automatically given to juniors and seniors. I haven't witnessed any parties/bar/club activity, as we are a dry campus and sign the "covenant" that we will not drink while enrolled at Grace College unless it is Christmas break/summer vacation and we are of age. We still have a lot of fun without drinking and drugs.
College Senior 2013-07-28T19:25:42Z
Grace College is right near Warsaw, IN, so there are quite a few restaurants nearby. If you have a car, or a bike, there is a decent array of choices.
College Senior 2013-07-28T19:22:41Z
The campus is fairly diverse. We usually have a couple groups of international students. Although we have a small student body, our atmosphere is very accepting, and we try to show the love of Christ in our relationships. Christ is King. Every tribe, nation, and tongue will praise him in the end.
College Senior 2013-07-28T19:13:00Z
Living on campus is awesome, the atmosphere is great! There is great community. There has been a housing crisis as the college is expanding and gaining more students. I lived in Alpha my freshman year, and it gave lots of opportunity for making new friendships. Many people want to get back into Alpha again once they've lived there. The other halls are great too, although I haven't lived in them.
College Sophomore 2013-07-11T01:51:56Z
What I didn't realize when I came to Grace is how many people come to Grace for criminal justice. Almost everyone of my classes is full. which is around 50 people. That's also a giant class for Grace!
College Sophomore 2013-07-11T01:49:53Z
As long as you aren't stupid and park in the grass you usually are okay! The parking is always pretty close to where you are trying to get. Everything is really close anyway so you can just walk where you want.
College Sophomore 2013-07-11T01:46:26Z
Our athletic facilities are amazing for how small we are. Our teams are decent. The basketball team made it to the final four of our league. The girls soccer team made it to the championship of our league too. The athletes really aren't all stuck up either! I could normally just walk up and talk to them.
College Sophomore 2013-07-11T01:43:35Z
I give Grace College an A+ because we have a great night life with out needing alcohol! We are a small college where everybody knows everybody! I hang out with my friends in the basements of the dorms. It's a lot of fun.
College Junior 2013-06-29T15:42:23Z
There are a few cheap dining options, the chain restaurants are a drive, but there are wonderful mom and pop bakeries and restaurants within walking distance!
College Junior 2013-06-29T15:36:55Z
There is only one cafeteria and it makes decent food, the only other on campus option is a sub shop, which is great, I just wish there was more variety!
College Sophomore 2013-05-31T22:19:07Z
Drugs are nearly non-existent at Grace college. Since the covenant that all students sign at Grace states that students are not to use drugs during the school year, 99% of students refrain from such activities. Those who violate this rule and are caught face consequences, fines, or mentoring in accordance with the severity of their behavior.
I rated the drug scene as an A+ since drugs are practically non-existent, and because I believe that drugs are bad for your body, although desirable by many people. My college looks out for my greater good.
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