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Grace College recently announced that it will provide free tuition to Indiana families with an adjusted gross income of $65,000 or less through a combination of federal, state, and institutional aid. Photo provided.

WINONA LAKE — Grace College recently announced it will provide free tuition to Indiana families with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $65,000 or less through a combination of federal, state, and institutional aid beginning by new students in the fall of 2023.

“We are excited to continue to make college more affordable for families in our state,” said Dr. Mark Pohl, vice president of enrollment management. “For many families, this is a real game-changer. Students who otherwise might not be able to attend college at all can now attend a Christian liberal arts school and choose from over 100 majors and minors to study in a Christ-centered environment.

The Indiana Comprehensive Tuition Plan is awarded only to Indiana residents who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the Indiana state deadline and have an AGI of 65 $000 or less as calculated by the FAFSA. The price is valid for residential and suburban students.

“We have many students who meet the criteria and live locally,” Pohl said. “That means they’re going to have tuition covered without any student loans. Hundreds of our already admitted students are qualifying, and many are planning to attend Grace this fall,” he said.

To learn more about Grace’s financial aid offerings, visit www.grace.edu/financialaid or contact Grace College Admissions at [email protected]