The Grace University Athletic Department is pleased to announce Chaia Huff as Grace University’s Head Women’s Basketball Coach. Chaia has a heart for Christian higher-learning and investing in young women through sports. She is committed to developing servant leaders for the home, church and the world through the avenue of intercollegiate basketball. We are confident she will help our student-athletes learn how to succeed on the court, in our Grace community, and most importantly, in life. Continue reading “Grace University Welcomes New Women’s Basketball Coach”
Grace University has been awarded the Jonathan N. Thigpen Enrollment Growth Award from the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). The award stems from Grace University experiencing a 29 percent growth rate in enrollment in the 2013-2014 school year. The award was presented to Dr. David Barnes, university president, at the 68th annual meeting of the ABHE in February. Continue reading “Grace University Receives Enrollment Growth Award”
Dr. Vermooten’s new designation as Diplomate is limited to a select group of professionals who have demonstrated outstanding abilities within their specialty and meet the stringent requirements of the American Psychotherapy Association in the areas of knowledge, skill, education, training and experience in the therapeutic process. She was given member status and recognized as a board-certified professional counselor in June 2014. Continue reading “Counseling Department Chair Receives High Honor From APA”
Are you a compassionate person who loves helping others? The Bachelor of Science in Psychology program is designed for a busy, adult student to complete the program in as little as 16 months.
The Grace University Psychology program offers the opportunity to study a wide variety of psychological topics and allows you to integrate your faith with your practice. Continue reading “Psychology Program: Integrate Your Faith with Your Career”