Pack lunches, feed the dog, make breakfast, wake and dress the kids, drop them off at school, work a full 8-hour day, pick up the kids, make dinner, sports/piano/dance lessons (depending on the day, of course), facilitate homework and get the kids to bed. There’s barely time to blink – let alone finish your degree! Right? WRONG!
There’s never been a better time to finish your bachelor’s degree at Grace University. In 16 months – or less – you can complete a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership, Ministry Studies or Psychology that will open new doors in your current profession, or help you begin a new career. Continue reading
No matter where your service takes you, Grace University goes with you.
“We understand the rigorous demands of your service and recognize that at any time you could be reassigned or deployed,” said Jim Santoro, Air Force veteran and Dean of Grace University’s Adult Degree Completion Program. “Our online classes allow you to take your studies wherever you are, and military students who are deployed can return without penalty.” Continue reading
Maybe you’ve been contemplating completing your degree for a while now, but aren’t quite sure if the time and financial investments are worth it. Let us tell you, there’s never been a better time to finish your bachelor’s degree at Grace University. Here are three reasons why: Continue reading
Thank you. Two words not uttered enough today – especially to those who selflessly gave their time and talents to serve our country. Veterans, Grace University thanks you. Now, let us serve you.
“At Grace, veterans will get individualized attention and support to further develop and employ their talents in service and leadership,” said Jim Santoro, Air Force veteran and Dean of Grace University’s Adult Degree Completion Program. “Our mission is to develop servant leaders who will take their faith into their professions.” Continue reading
A college degree has never held more value. This is an especially important message for the nearly two-thirds of Omahans (65%) who have not earned a bachelor’s degree.
Data analysis completed by the Economic Policy Institute in Washington shows that the pay gap between college graduates and those without degrees reached an all-time high in 2013. The contrast is startling – those with a four-year college degree earn 98% more on average than their counterparts without a degree. Continue reading
Grace University students are preparing for opening night of this year’s spring musical, Rogers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” The entire production took shape in just 20 days — from the first rehearsal to opening night Fri., Jan. 23 at 7 p.m.
The musical is being directed and produced by the father-daughter team of Mackenzie Dehmer and Dr. Greg Zielke, director of the Grace University Music Department. Dr. Zielke also is the conductor and Artistic Director for the Omaha Symphonic Chorus. Continue reading
Six homeless residents in downtown Omaha were recently given a rather unique gift – a handwritten note, ham sandwich and a smile, delivered by Grace University student LaQuana Billingsley.
The good Samaritan student later learned that one of the sandwich recipients – Fred Shafer – was suicidal that day. Her small gesture of kindness changed his life. As a result, Fred ended up at Omaha’s Open Door Mission in a class taught by Dr. Tara Rye, Grace University’s Dean of Women. During this time, Shafer shared his story of a young woman who saved his life. He wanted to thank her.
Last month Shafer and Billingsley had a chance to meet. Smiles were exchanged; and the original handwritten note – still intact. The note was signed Yeshua AKA Jesus.
This story recently ran in the Omaha World Herald. Check out the full story.
Training missionaries is the primary focus of the Intercultural Studies Department. Students are being trained to serve in traditional foreign mission settings as well as being trained to serve in intercultural settings within businesses, church ministries, community development and education. Continue reading
During the annual Bible Conference, students were challenged to think about how multi-ethnic relationships and cultural conflicts impact ministries and their ability to reach others with the Gospel. Continue reading
Get into the spirit of the season by attending Grace University’s annual Festival of Christmas Scholarship Concert on Saturday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St., Omaha, Neb.
The proceeds from the event will benefit the Grace University scholarship fund. The Lincoln East High School choir along with Grace University Chorale, Chamber Singers, Concert Band, and instrumental ensembles will perform. Continue reading