Sunday-Monday, April 10-11, 2016 (register by April 6)
The G.R.A.C.E. Days event is designed for juniors and seniors in high school or transfer students. The benefits of attending this event include the opportunity to:
Meet other juniors and seniors considering attending Grace University
Stay overnight in the residence halls
Attend a class and visit with faculty
Get to know current students
Experience the “culture” of Grace first-hand
Experience campus life
Attend GRACE L.I.F.E (chapel)
One huge benefit of attending G.R.A.C.E. Days for seniors is the ability to get registered for their fall classes. Any senior who has been accepted and has paid their $100 tuition deposit (non-refundable) can register for classes early during this event! Your faculty advisor will be present to walk you through the registration process and discuss your academic course options.
• Led by Dr. Tara Rye, Grace University’s BibleTelling professor and the Guatemala Team
• Theologians say America is in the third and fourth generation of Biblical literacy
• BibleTelling bridges barriers like age and culture
• 7 out of 10 prefer to learn through hearing a story
• Anyone can learn to tell a Bible story in a short period of time and do it well
Come back to campus and enjoy a romantic night of great food and your favorite Broadway and movie tunes. Proceeds from this event are supporting the Chorale’s trip to Carnegie Hall on Easter Sunday.
Guests will be transported back to New York City as they enjoy the sites and sounds of the Big Apple provided by Grace University’s finest musicians during a wonderful meal catered by our very own Pioneer Catering. Babysitting is being provided by Grace University student volunteers for children up to age 12.
Tickets are $75 per couple. This covers the meal, show and babysitting.