WINONA LAKE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Grace College Online has set a record for new student enrollment for the second consecutive period. Grace College says the school’s enrollment nearly doubled last week to an all-time summer enrollment high, prompting the decision to freeze online tuition, which was previously reduced by nearly 20% in May.
Grace’s Director of Graduate and Online Admissions Kourtney Summer says the tuition freeze has proven helpful in attracting more students.
“Furthering your education as an adult often comes with many obstacles. But we are dedicated to removing as many of those obstacles as we can, and the cost is an important place to start,” Summer said.
Dean of Professional and Online Education Dr. Tim Ziebarth says several programs have recently gained traction.
“We repeatedly hear from our graduates that the convenience of our online programs coupled with the highly engaged and caring faculty make our programs ideal for virtual learners,” said Ziebarth.
The college’s next enrollment period is open for fall programs that begin Aug. 23.