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Capture Welcomes New Partner Grace College

Capture Welcomes New Partner Grace College

Introducing one of Capture Higher Ed’s newest partners, Grace College in Indiana.

Located on a 180-acre campus in the historic resort town of Winona Lake, Grace is a Christian liberal arts college offering more than 70 majors in the arts and sciences, behavioral sciences, business, education and ministry studies. Its current enrollment is approximately 1,300 undergraduate students. At the heart of a Grace’s educational values are academically challenging courses that are specifically designed to foster a thirst for character, competence and service within the hearts and minds of its students.

Founded in 1948, the college is affiliated with the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches and its founders drew distinctive features from the Brethren heritage that, in turn, drew from a variety of historical traditions. These included Pietism, a centuries-old movement of personal and experiential faith, as well as the Anabaptist and Calvinist branches of the Protestant Reformation. This heritage also included a promise to remain free from worldly conformity yet relevant to the culture around them — a commitment that challenged the Brethren movement throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Throughout its 70-year history, Grace College has grown exponentially, weathered many storms, and remained committed to a heritage that emphasizes biblical authority and fosters experiential faith, even as Grace continues to offer an educational program that is rigorous and academically excellent as well as practical. The college received accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission in 1994.

Today, the Grace community continues to “make Christ preeminent in all things,” according to the school’s mission. “Students learn this by living, studying, working, worshiping and achieving academic success with others who share similar Christian ideals in a setting where the community lifestyle fosters devotion to serious academic inquiry, wholesome recreation and relaxation and mature spiritual growth.”

The college has 15 primary student organizations as well as several academic clubs. It has 16 varsity NCCAA & NAIA sports teams. The Lancers compete in the Crossroads League.

We are proud to welcome Grace College to the Capture family of partners.