Scholarships and grants are forms of aid that help students pay for their education, but do not have to be paid back. Scholarships and grants come from a variety of university, federal, state, and private sources.

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Grace Grants

Grants may be used up to a maximum of $8500 per year.

Alumni Grant $1000/year
Family Member Grant $1000/year
AWANA Citation Grant $1000/year
Christian Worker Family Grant $1000/year

GPA Grant

This award is granted annually and is based on an incoming GPA of 2.0 or higher and on a 4.0 scale. (College GPA will be used for students that transfer in 25 or more semester hours)

If your High School GPA is… Grace University awards…  
  On Campus Off Campus
2.00-2.35 $4000-5400 $3100-4400
2.36-2.70 $4400-6000 $3400-5000
2.71-3.05 $5000-7000 $3650-5200
3.06-3.40 $5400-7500 $4100-5700
3.41-3.70 $6000-8000 $4400-6200
3.71-4.00 $6500-8500 $4700-6750

Note: The total of institutional scholarships and grants cannot exceed the cost of tuition. Each situation must be reviewed in light of availability of funds, state and federal regulations, and the university’s financial aid policies.

First Choice Scholarship Deadline – March 1, 2017

This award is an additional $250 awarded to incoming students who have completed the following by March 1, 2017:

  • Completed the admissions application process
  • Paid the $100 tuition deposit (non-refundable but goes towards your tuition in the fall)

Federal and State Grants

Federal grants include Pell, TEACH, FSEOG and IASG grants. These require you to file a FAFSA and meet criteria determined by the state and federal government.

Nebraska also has a grant program for Pell eligible students who are residents of Nebraska, called the Nebraska Opportunity Grant (NOG). Apply early to see if you are eligible for any of these awards.

(College GPA will be used for students who transfer in 25 or more semester hours)

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