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Reviews 418 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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5 College Freshman

Majors: There was no difficulty getting in to my the Ministry Studies School.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I LLOOOOVVVVEEEE Grace College. It is great. I have learned so much.

4 College Junior

Academics: Grad classes meet one or two days a week for 4-hour class blocks. The program is very hands-on. Homework is mostly reading, some writing, and lots of clinical application. Biblical themes are integrated into every class and applied to our professional field. The surrounding area has 100s of internship/job opportunities during and after college. Workload is what you would expect of a full-time Master's program.

4 College Junior

Local Area: There is a lot to do for such a small town. We have several beaches, the YMCA, movie theater, stage theater, roller skating, bowling, clubs, coffee shops, art galleries, parks, outdoor concerts, rec leagues, running trails, horseback riding, volunteer opportunities, the animal shelter, student activities, ice cream parlor, and lots more. I've yet to be bored because there is always something to do if you're willing to look for it. The people here are super friendly and LOVE Grace students.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I absolutely love Grace College. I have met so many amazing people, feel like I belong, and am very supported academically, spiritually, emotionally, and personally. I know that my professors have my best interest in mind and that I am getting a world class education.

Grace is definitely known for its counseling program, and there is a great number of reasons for that - they are so engaged in making sure that we leave here with everything we need to be successful in the professional world. Everything done at Grace is with the knowledge that we reflect Jesus Christ everywhere we go.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Grace is very well-known throughout the midwest for the quality students it graduates. When I mention that I am doing my Master's at Grace, people automatically tell me to call them when I am done with school and they'll hire me. Our entire cohort (about 30 students) were easily placed for our required internships, and some of us had job offers from our internship sites for after graduation.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: The financial aid office was very helpful in answering my questions and helping me get the amount I needed in loans after my scholarships were gone. The best thing you can do is go to the office and talk to them in person - they assess each individual case and make accommodations as necessary.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I love my off-campus apartment. Most of the apartments are a section of a house that you have to yourself. They are within 2 blocks of campus and the landlords are dedicated to leasing to Grace students. Having so many students living nearby one another makes for a great community and lots of people to hang out with as well. There are also many apartment complexes in Warsaw (right next to Winona Lake), but they increase in price as they are corporately managed.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: We have very little crime, very few safety issues, and access to great services. We have a nurse on campus from the local hospital who can help students make appointments, do check-ups, assist in emergencies, etc. Our counseling services are excellent and provide a lot of support to our student body. Student Life plays a large part in helping to keep campus healthy and safe as well. We have emergency call boxes all over campus for timely response by campus security. Personally, my roommates and I never lock our doors in our off campus apartment building because there really is no risk.

4 College Junior

Athletics: Grace is most known for basketball and soccer, and we do really well at them. We are doing especially well this season. Our facilities are beautiful and well-equipped, especially for a D3 school. The Gordon Rec center is available for free to all students and has a good variety of equipment, machines, classes, and open hours. We also have the YMCA about a mile away for access to a pool, sauna, indoor track, etc.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a lot of places to eat off-campus that range in price and type of food. We have Chinese, Italian, Thai, B-Dubs, Mexican, Tex-Mex, fast food, hometown cafes, bar/grills, Steak n Shake, Applebees, Bob Evans, Bennigans, tons of pizza places, a couple clubs, several coffee shops/cafes, a Meat company, Amish restaurants - I am still never bored with all of my options!

5 College Junior

Academics: In the grad program for counseling, we are pushed to challenge ourselves personally and academically. While getting certain grades is fairly easy, we are also required that we can apply our knowledge professionally before we can move on to the next semester. The professors keep us accountable and are very supportive. They want to know us personally and take a special interest in every student. At the Master's level, we are required to earn a B or higher to pass the class, and that requires a lot of reading, discussion, clinical training, and applied learning - rather than hearing lectures and taking tests, Grace applies a hands-on approach that makes a big difference in the learning sticking with you for years.

4 College Junior

Campus Quality: While some of the buildings are old, they hold a lot of history and are well-maintained for their age. The basketball arena was recently built and is absolutely beautiful; the outdoor sports complex is also very well-maintained and pleasant to watch or participate in sports. The library is well-stocked and has lots of study space, materials, free printing for research, computer labs, meeting rooms, and coffee. The campus bookstore and coffee shop is a favorite hang-out on campus and serves really great drinks and bakery items. The Student Activities Board has activities going on every weekend on campus and friend groups have a lot of fun around campus and in the community. We have lots of green spaces, beautiful parks and trails, a swimming beach and playground, the Village at Winona, and a quiet community, all within walking distance of campus housing.

4 College Junior

Administration: As would be expected with a Christian school, we are required to live by the Grace covenant standards which includes abstaining from drug and alcohol use; abstaining from any sort of sex outside of marriage; dressing modestly; no R-rated movies; abstaining from viewing and creating pornography; etc. However, there are students who participate in these activities, and there are consequences for being caught doing these things deliberately. BUT if you talk about any of these things in counseling on campus, it is not exposed to administration.

5 College Junior

Guys & Girls: Grace looks like the average Christian college when it comes to guys and girls. There is a good balance of both, and all are mutual respectful to others. Our covenant includes a modesty clause, so there is no concern with how people dress and behave. There are opportunities on a regular basis to get to know people of the opposite gender. You will find all sorts of people on our campus, including very conservative and very liberal Christians, "hippies", country kids, city kids, etc. People are interested in all sorts of things including sports, outdoor activities, shopping, road trips, cooking, music, travel, missions trips, and more.

College Junior

Party Scene: Grace has a covenant that all students sign, and part of that is that we do no drink or do drugs. The goal is to support the students in living a Christian lifestyle and focusing on what God has called them to. We have a lot of fun, though, such as shopping in the village, outdoor concerts, bowling, roller skating, the movie theater, Starbucks, the YMCA, running trails, beaches, parks, sledding, etc.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Warsaw is known for fast food. I hope you like Taco Bell. We do have Applebees and Ruby Tuesdays but the rest is fast food. Google it.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Food: Bad. The Food is the same every day at alpha always consisting of some type of chicken. The Grill has the lowest quality meat and food available just as Sub Connection. The nickname of the food places on campus is "PukeCo" for SubConnection, if that doesn't tell you anything. Food is cheap and easily accessible but the quality is horrible even compared to other universities in Indiana.

2 College Sophomore

Administration: Too many rules such as curfew and dorm hours for opposite sex lead to people doing things off campus in an unsafe environment. Drinking will happen at any college and since you can't drink no matter what age you are or even if you are off campus, students go to parties off campus to drink and partake in drugs and then drive afterwards back to campus which is very unsafe. They just need to let students drink if they are of age because then students will be safe on campus and not have to commute but can walk. We have had over 20 students that I know of or more arrested in the past two years for "DUI, DWI, Marijuana, Controlled Substance, Fake IDs, Rape."

3 College Sophomore

Majors: I was a business major and I was flourishing with a 3.89 GPA. I was asked to leave school for drinking but academically it was okay. I mainly got good grades because of how easy it was not because I tried very hard. Besides sciences all majors feel like high school classes.

3 College Sophomore

Majors: Too Easy, Not learning much.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: Basketball and Soccer are very popular on campus. Now baseball and Volleyball, Lacrosse, Golf and so on are not popular at all. Relatively unknown.

2 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I have known 3 girls in the past year who were sexually assaulted. Those are girls I know about so I am guessing there are more than 3. All of these happened when a male was drunk and the girls were sober and were over powered and assaulted. All 3 girls were assaulted by different males.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: Buildings are old and dirty not all but 3/4. The weight room is very small and needs to be enlarged. Also needs more food on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I have never lived off campus

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