The Financial Aid Office seeks to meet the financial needs of our students through grants, scholarships, Work-Study, and loans. Institutional scholarships are awarded based on performance and need.
The following steps will help new students get started with the financial aid process at Grace Christian University.
To become eligible for institutional scholarships from Grace Christian University, you must first apply for admission. Please complete the admissions application.
To apply for Federal financial aid, students must first submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Federal School Code for Grace Christian University is 002265. To receive full consideration for State of Michigan grants, it is recommended that all students submit their FAFSA before February 28th.
The FAFSA is available online at www.fafsa.gov (A new FAFSA must be completed before each school year).
If you are not yet ready to file the FAFSA, we suggest going to fafsa.ed.gov/FAFSA/app/f4cForm. This is a helpful resource that will give you an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid.
Visit Scholarships and Grants to see what scholarships are available at Grace.
Use search engines to gain outside scholarships. If you are awarded an outside scholarship, please inform the Financial Aid Office. Suggested sites are listed on our Scholarships and Grants page.
If you have questions regarding financial aid, feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office:
Financial Aid Office – 616-538-2330 – FinancialAid@gracechristian.edu
Fax: (616) 538-0588 (Attn: Financial Aid)
Kurt Postma (Director) – (616) 261-8557 – email@example.com
Jody Ferguson – (616) 264-6651
Megan Patten – (616) 261-8579
Hannah Weber – (616) 261-1564
Jesús Delgado – (616) 261-8577