For many students and their families, the ultimate decision about the college you’ll attend will depend on many factors. That’s just as it should be. To assist you, we’ve put together some of the most commonly asked questions we receive, along with the answers that will help you gain a better understanding of all that Grace University has to offer.
Is Grace University accredited?
Yes, Grace University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission as a member of the North Central Association. View the Accreditations and Affiliations page for more information.
What are the acceptance standards at GU?
The minimum accepted ACT score is 20 for traditional undergraduates (SAT 890-920). The minimum GPA accepted is 2.0. It is expected that students rank in the upper one-half of their graduating class. Special action of the Acceptance Committee is required for students not meeting these acceptance standards.
What is involved in the application process for traditional undergraduate admission?
The application process if very simple. We start by collecting some general information from you along with a small processing fee. The application fee can be downloaded from our website or submitted online. Visit the Admissions and Registration section of our website for detailed enrollment information, fees, and forms.
How many students attend Grace University?
Approximately 450 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and adult programs at Grace. Our students represent 29 states and nine countries.
Is Grace affiliated with a certain denomination?
Grace is an interdenominational, evangelical institution representing 25 different denominations.
What kind of financial aid do Grace University students receive?
Grace administers more than $2.5 million in financial aid each year. Approximately 99% of undergraduate students receive financial aid based on need and/or academic merit. Visit the Financial Aid section of our website for more information on how you can receive aid for your education.
How much does it cost to attend Grace for one year?
Attending Grace is very affordable for all students. To find out more about the value of a Grace education and what the cost is for a year visit the Value and Cost page on our website.
How do I get to Grace University?
How safe is Grace?
Very safe. In fact, our campus is one of the safest college environments in Metro Omaha. A campus safety report is available upon request.
What are Grace University's ACT, SAT, TOEFL, and FAFSA codes?
In order for Grace University to receive your standardized test scores or FAFSA information, you will need to know our unique code for each. Here are the appropriate codes:
- ACT Code – 2454
- SAT Code – 6248
- TOEFL code – 6248
- FAFSA code – 002547
Didn’t find what you were looking for? If you have more questions about attending Grace University please call The Admissions Office at 800.383.1422 or 402.449.2831. You can also submit an inquiry via our online contact form.