Housing

On-Campus Life – Living and learning together


Living on campus is also convenient. You are only a few short minutes away from the action- whether that’s attending classes and chapel, studying at the library, or joining in a pickup game of soccer. You will also enjoy spending time with your fellow students during meals at the dining hall.

As an on-campus student you can actively engage in small groups, campus wide events, and late-night study sessions.

Living on campus is also convenient. You are only a few short minutes away from the action- whether that’s attending classes and chapel, studying at the library, or joining in a pickup game of soccer. You will also enjoy spending time with your fellow students during meals at the dining hall.

Housing Policy

Housing for single students is provided in campus PEAK housing. PEAK housing includes Preston, Enslow, Aletheia and Klein. PEAK housing also includes five campus houses as well as the 26 Apartment building. 

All single students enrolled in seven or more hours are required to room and board at the college. However, students who desire to live at home with their parent(s) or guardian(s) may submit an off campus housing form. Students who have completed four semesters of college (post-high school) or are over 21 years old may apply for off-campus housing privilege. Grace reserves the right to deny requests for off-campus housing.

Residence Hall Facilities

On-campus housing at Grace Bible College provides a variety of living options. Each of the residence halls has its own unique personality and style.

  • Preston: Houses 40 men with two students per room in a traditional dorm layout. This layout creates a strong sense of community among its residents. Preston is furnished with a lounge where students can relax, have fun and watch television. It also includes a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. Preston has a unique brotherhood atmosphere and is the community style option for Freshmen males.
  • Aletheia: Houses 40 women with two students per room in a traditional dorm layout. This layout creates a strong sense of community among its residents. Aletheia is furnished with a lounge where students can relax, have fun and cozy up to the fireplace. It also includes a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. Aletheia has a unique sisterhood atmosphere and is the community style option for Freshmen females.
  • Klein: Houses 22 students. The living units are comprised of a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, bathroom, and a living area. Units are either one or two bedrooms, housing up to three students in a one bedroom and four students in a two bedroom unit. Klein has a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. Klien houses primarily sophomore, and junior female students.
  • Enslow: Houses 22 students. The living units are comprised of a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, bathroom, and a living area. Units are either one or two bedrooms, housing up to three students in a one bedroom and four students in a two bedroom unit. Enslow has a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. Enslow houses primarily sophomore, and junior male students.
  • 26th St. Apartment’s: Houses 14 students. The living units are comprised of a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, bathroom, and a living area. Units are either one or two bedrooms, housing two students in a one bedroom and four students in a two bedroom unit. The 26th St. Apartment’s has a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. The 26th St. Apartment’s houses primarily sophomore, and junior male students.
  • Houses: Grace owns five houses with a combined capacity of 30 students. Houses are comprised of a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, bathroom, and a living area. Houses all have three bedrooms, housing up to two students in a room. All houses have a free laundry facility and WiFi is available throughout the residence hall. Campus houses are primarily for sophomore, junior, and senior students.

Dining Services

Meals are served on campus for all students living in residence halls. On-campus students can choose a plan that best suits them- 10 meals/week, 15 meals/week or the 20 meals/week Grace Dining Services provides multiple food options at each meal. Commuting students can purchase individual meals or put money on their student account for meal purchases. Coffee, snacks and a la carte options are available at Kahawa Café.

Additional Information

Housing reservation form
Off campus housing form
Students living with parent(s), guardian(s)
Residence Hall Packing List
Food allergy