Grace College Adds to GOAL Program

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Grace College is partnering with two additional institutions to help adult learners earn bachelor degrees. The college has reached agreements with Vincennes University and Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis to allow students to take part in Grace's Opportunities for Adult Learners program.

The program lets graduates with associate degrees to transfer to Grace in order to complete their bachelor degrees while continuing full-time work. Students have the option to go for the residential or online Bachelor of Science in Management, the online Bachelor of Science in Human Services or the online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees.

"We look forward to partnering with these institutions for many years to come," said Bill Katip, president of Grace College. "Our philosophies are complementary. We are confident that working together will allow more students to earn a bachelor’s degree, and in the process, potentially change their life in a very positive way."

Classes meet once per week in the evening and two Saturdays each semester which Grace says allows students to complete their degrees in 16 months. Classes are held in commuter locations in Indianapolis and Greenwood.

Ivy Tech Community College, Harrison College and Ancilla College are already part of the GOAL program. Eligible students must have at least 60 college credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.

You can learn more about the program by clicking here.

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