Grace admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
Grace does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Grace is committed to compliance with Title IX of the Federal Education amendments of 1972, except as claimed in religious exemption.
Grace does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operation of any of its programs and activities as specified by applicable federal laws and regulations.
* Anticipated enrollment
* Academic year
* Have you previously studied at Grace College & Seminary?
If yes, when?
* Approximate GPA
* First Name
* Last Name
Middle Name (Optional)
Maiden Name (if applicable)
* Current Address
Current Address cont.
* Zip Code
* Home Telephone Number
Work Telephone Number
Cell Telephone Number
* E-mail Address
* Social Security Number
* Citizenship: Permanent U.S. resident?
* Date of Birth
* Place of Birth
* Marital Status
Name(s) of Child(ren)
How did you hear about Grace College and/or the Graduate Counseling Program?
* Are you a U.S. veteran or currently serving in the US military?
* Are you the dependent of a US veteran?
Would you like us to check on your eligibility concerning any educational military benefits?
List any and all colleges/institutions that you have attended since your high school graduation:
* School Name 1
Date of Attendance
Degree and major received or hours completed
School Name 2
Degree received or hours completed
School Name 3
List any disability that would require special accommodations
Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offense (felony or misdemeanor, except for minor traffic violations)? You will need to answer 'Yes' if you have entered into a plea agreement, including a deferred sentence or deferred judgment arrangement, in connection with a criminal charge.
If yes, please explain including nature of offense, date, court where conviction was entered and any other relevant information.
Have you ever been convicted of a sexual offense, offense relating to children or crime of violence (that is not covered in the question above)?
If yes, please explain including nature of offense charged, date, law enforcement agency making the charge and any other relevant information.
Have you been reported to a social services agency, law enforcement authority, child abuse registry or similar organization regarding abuse or misconduct involving children?
If yes, please explain
Have you ever been arrested?
Have you ever received drug/alcohol treatment?
Have you ever been divorced?
If divorced, separated, or living together, how long?
Have you ever been refused admission to, or been dismissed from a college, graduate school, or seminary?
In addition to the regular application process for the CMHC program, applicants who have previously been divorced, arrested, dismissed from the CMHC program, or under psychiatric/rehabilitative care for mental health or addictive behavior may be asked to provide the program’s Admissions Committee with additional information to receive special consideration for admission. This information may include, but is not limited to, the following: (1) A written statement addressing how the applicant will overcome their special circumstances to achieve success as a graduate student and counselor-in-training. (2) An additional Spiritual Reference from a pastor or counselor that addresses the applicant’s special circumstances, including the applicant’s spiritual growth and current level of spiritual maturity.
* In at least 500 words, Please state how our program's mission will be relevant to your career goals?
Obtaining licensure is necessary to practice as a clinical mental health counselor. If you desire to practice outside of Indiana, you need to research your state's licensing requirements. State licensing authorities review many issues including your educational background before granting individuals licensure. It is essential to review all of the state's educational requirements prior to starting your studies. At Grace College, we offer both residential and hybrid M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degrees that help prepare learners to work with hurting individuals. However, Grace cannot ensure any learner will obtain a state license regardless of delivery format. But we hope that we can provide you with as many tools as we can to help you determine if the program you are considering will allow you to apply for the license you need. Licensing requirements differ from state to state and change over time. To assist you in your research we have provided some guidelines and resources listed below. An individual who wishes to become licensed is solely responsible for knowing and complying with the licensing requirements for the state in which s/he plans to practice.Licensure Information
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* Have you personally accepted Jesus Christ as your Savior?
If yes, describe your relationship with Jesus Christ
* Have you ever regularly used tobacco, alcoholic beverages, or illegal drugs?
If yes, state which and how long since usage
Please read the following statement thoughtfully before electronically signing: Grace strives to create and promote an atmosphere that will encourage the student to develop the highest attainable degree of maturity within the framework of an evangelical Christian faith. The Christian life is primarily positive rather than negative. However, Grace feels that a few specific standards are necessary in the best interests of the student body. In order to establish a wholesome environment, all students are asked to subscribe to these standards prior to admission. Any student who can accept these guidelines conscientiously will find Grace a congenial atmosphere in which to nourish Christian faith. Grace holds that:
* Do you agree to the statement above?