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 2013-04-24T18:01:42Z
As a small town in the Midwest, Warsaw does not have a lot of options for apartment type living. In addition, Grace has very specific ramifications for living off-campus, including being at least twenty-one years old, which makes it difficult to even consider living off-campus.
College Senior 2013-02-23T17:05:59Z
Apartments are available, but only for people over the age of 22. Most of our students are under that age, so most people live in college-provided housing.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-23T01:41:31Z
I live out of State; however, when considering moving to IN I found some nice apartment (complexes) but you definately need a car they are not that close. smaller apartments are available by (house)owners.
College Senior 2012-08-29T16:33:06Z
All of the off-campus selections are reasonable, close, and all owned by Grace. For some reason I feel as though they need more off-campus housing for women, but until this year it wasn't really needed for more off-campus housing.
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