Grace College offers free tuition for families with adjusted gross income of less than $65,000

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Grace College recently announced it will offer free tuition for families in Indiana with an Adjusted Gross Income of $65,000 or less through a combination of federal, state and institutional aid starting with new students in Fall 2023.

The Indiana Full Tuition Plan is awarded only to Indiana residents who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by the Indiana state deadline and have an AGI of $65,000 or less as calculated by the FAFSA. The award is valid for both residential and commuter students.

“We have many students who fit the criteria and live locally,” said Pohl. “This means they are going to have tuition covered without any student loans. Hundreds of our already admitted students qualify, and many have made plans to attend Grace this fall,” he said.

To learn more about Grace’s financial aid offerings, visit or contact Grace College admissions at

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1 comment

Charles U Farley October 7, 2022 at 12:04 pm

Eventually, people making no money will be getting more in freebies than the people working can actually earn. What happens then?

It’s actually already happening, a few years back the value of the freebies was over $30k and it is much higher now. It’s no wonder people don’t want to work…

Note that I am not advocating for increasing the minimum wage, since that’s just a shell game that actually harms more than it helps. I am advocating for cutting all the freebies!


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