Admission Requirements and Procedures
Grace University admits all qualified applicants regardless of sex, nationality, creed,
disability, or ethnic origin. The university recruits and admits only those students who have
the potential to complete the programs successfully. The prospective student’s motivation
and interest in succeeding in his/her chosen field are important factors for admissions
consideration, as well as the student’s academic qualification.
At least a high school education must be completed in order to apply for the Bachelor’s
Degree at Grace University. Each student admitted to the undergraduate degree program
shall possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.
Students applying for Undergraduate Program (Bachelor’s Degree) must observe the following
● Complete the application form (available in the Admissions Office) and submit it
together with the $100 (non-refundable) application fee to the Admissions Office.
● Submit a copy of high school diploma and its corresponding official high school
transcript showing evidence of completion of at least a high school education, or
official transcript from former college/university attended, to the Admissions Office.
The official school transcript must be sent directly by the issuing institution to the
● Admission to Grace University is based on the combination of strength of educational
curriculum attempted and cumulative grade point average. Prospective students’
applications will be reviewed and decision made for admission on an individual basis by
the Admissions Director. Applicants may be asked to provide additional evidence of