Living on campus provides many conveniences. You are only a few short minutes away from the action- whether that’s attending classes and chapel, studying at the library, playing cards in the commons, or enjoying delicious coffee from our own Kahawa Cafe.
Housing for single, dependent students is provided in campus housing. On campus residence halls included traditional-style dormitories, apartments, and campus houses.
All single students enrolled in six or more credit hours are required to room and board at the university, at home with a parent or guardian, or with a Grace staff member. Students who have completed four semesters of college (post-high school) are eligible for off-campus housing.
Students are not permitted to live in off-campus housing that is co-ed by unit, though housing is permitted with a sibling of the opposite gender. The University reserves the right to deny requests for off-campus housing.
Meals are served on campus for all students living in residence halls, as well as commuter students who have purchased a dining plan. On-campus students can choose from up to six dining options, depending on what residence hall they are living in. Commuter students can also purchase a meal plan from three different options. Coffee, snacks, and a la carte options are available at Kahawa Café.
On-campus housing at Grace Christian University provides a variety of living options. Each of the residence halls has its own unique personality and style.
Grace Christian University puts God at the center of everything: from academics to campus life to off-campus leadership. Our close-knit campus offers an idyllic place to focus on what matters most. Your time spent here will bring you closer to your career goals, while bringing you closer to God. Grace’s inspired instructors will become more than teachers…they will act as mentors throughout your journey and beyond graduation. Because although you may arrive as a stranger, you’ll leave as family.
Come see for yourself!