Our Buildings & Facilities
Bultema Memorial Library
Named for the late Pastor Harry Bultema of Muskegon, MI, the library was expanded and renovated in 2003. The Library houses over 40,000 items, a curriculum room, CDs, DVDs, and videos, internet access and an online catalog, as well as comfortable reading and study areas for individuals and groups.
O’Hair Memorial Building
Named after the late Pastor J.C. O’Hair, this building houses the president’s, business and administrative offices as well as three affiliated organizations – Grace Gospel Fellowship, Grace Ministries International, and Grace Publications. Huston Hall The late T.R. Huston was one of the founders of the College. The building contains the Kahawa Café, recreation room, and dining hall. The dining hall, kitchen, and recreation room portion of Huston Hall have undergone major renovations during 2019.
Jack T. Dean Academic Center
This academic hub was named after the College’s second president. It includes classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, student lounge, facilities for the expanded Worship Arts program, and the Grace Online program staff.
Charles F. Baker was the founder and first president of the College. The chapel, named in his honor, was constructed in 1980 to accommodate the regular college chapel services, musical recitals and concerts, as well as dramatic productions. In 2019, the chapel was upgraded with new technology equipment to live stream and video record events in the chapel.
Aldrich Athletic Center
Named for the Aldrich sisters from Chicago, Illinois, this building, erected in 1977, includes a gymnasium with bleacher seating for 500. The upstairs houses the fitness center and the Community Life offices, which include the campus counselor, campus pastor, and career services.
Aletheia Hall and Preston Hall
Separate residence halls for women and men students. Both residences have laundry facilities. Student lounges are adjacent to each hall. Campus Houses Ten (10) houses adjacent to College property are available for upperclassmen housing.
Enslow and Klein Memorial Apartments
Twelve one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments provide additional housing for students. The buildings honor Fred and Julia Enslow and Karl Klein who bequeathed generous gifts to Grace.
26th Street Apartments
The 2-6 houses 14 students in living units comprised of a kitchen, bathroom, and living areas with either one or two bedrooms. The apartments have a free laundry facility and wifi.
Grace owns a number of houses which provide living quarters for dozens of students. The houses include a kitchen, bathroom, a living area, and three bedrooms. All houses have free laundry and wifi.
The Student Commons renovation and addition was completed in 2011. The Commons provides students with a comfortable central gathering place.