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The following data was taken from our Spring 2005 registration statistics:
|Assembly of God||15|
|Baptist, General Conference||17|
|Christian & Missionary Alliance||14|
|Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches||7|
|Foursquare Gospel 1 Independent||79|
|Mennonite Church U.S.A.||4|
The current graduation rate, based on the Fall 1999 entering class is 45%. This rate is based on full-time, first-time students completing a program within 150% of the normal time required for their program. Many students opt to extend the length of study due to employment needs, family issues, or academic achievement goals. The University has no statute of limitations regarding completion of associate or baccalaureate degrees. For a more complete analysis by demographic factors, contact the Academic Vice President.
The 2005 Spring Graduation class reported the following objectives:
|Placement Response Category||Graduating Seniors Responding|
|Pursue Additional Education||18.5%|
|Pursue non-employment activities (i.e., marriage, volunteer opportunities, etc.)||9.9%|
|Pursue employment in my vocational/professional field||50.6%|
|Pursue employment based on location, compensation, or other reasons than by vocation or professional field||7.4|
Already employed in my vocational/professional field
For a complete placement report, contact the Academic Vice President’s Office.
The University submitted its first Title II Higher Education Act Annual Report for Teacher Education. Contact the Academic Vice president for a copy of the report.
Since Grace students do not receive funds for athletic scholarships, the University is not required to submit an EADA Report; however, we do voluntarily submit the report data to the U.S. Department of Education. While a complete report can be reviewed by contacting the Academic Vice President, a brief summary of varsity sports demonstrating equity in athletics at Grace is listed below:
Each year the University’s financial records are audited by an independent certified public accounting firm. The results of this report are available for review. Contact the Vice President for Finance and Operations for a copy of the report.
Each year, in accordance with the Higher Education Act requirements, the Student Development Office publishes a Campus Security Report regarding security policies, procedures, and crime statistics. Contact the Vice President of Student Services for a copy of the report.
Each year the Faculty prepares a report evaluating the effectiveness of the institution in student learning and in other areas of institutional research and assessment. The evaluation is based on assessment of the stated goals and objectives of the University. The results of this report are available for review. Contact the Academic Vice President for a copy of the report.
See a virtual map of our campus, with information on student housing, recreational facilities, and key resources.
Review the different ways students spend their time on and off campus while attending Grace University.
Do you want to play college sports? Learn about our sports teams or follow the teams here!