A training ground of rigorous academics. A community of believers from diverse backgrounds. An active participant in the Body of Christ. These are the marks that distinguish New England Bible College & Grace Evangelical Seminary from other institutions. NEBC/Grace Evangelical looks for students who will enhance our community. We seek students who evidence a growing faith, proven academic ability, ministry experience and moral character. Each application is seriously and prayerfully considered. In doing so, autobiographical essays, recommendations, past ministry experience as well as past academic record are evaluated. We look forward to meeting you, answering your questions and hopefully welcoming you to our community.
Personal Enrichment & Continuing Education
Many students enroll at NEBC/Grace Evangelical not to pursue a degree, but simply to take classes that deepen their personal spiritual development, enrich their understanding of the Bible, and broaden their knowledge of the Christian faith, including its history, traditions, and theology. Others enroll in courses that serve their professional development, perhaps as Sunday School teachers, Church leaders or administrators, or pastors. In fact, NEBC/Grace Evangelical has been recognized by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) as a provider of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in Biblical Studies for ACSI-certified teachers.
Financial Aid - Free Tuition Fall 2019 & Spring 2020
A Financial Aid application is available from the Registrar’s office. All students applying for scholarships of any kind must complete the application. The maximum scholarship assistance NEBC/Grace Evangelical offers is 80% of a student’s tuition obligation. NEBC/Grace Evangelical has limited funds available for financial aid and is not eligible for Title IV funds (Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, etc.) from the United States Government. Should a student need to find funds for tuition, we will share ideas and efforts to find possible sources of such funds, one being the College Work Study program.
The school has made a commitment to meet student needs of financial assistance solely through scholarship grants, with no loans being included in the financial aid packages. We seek to maintain affordable tuition for our students and do not want to saddle them with educational debt. Trusting in God’s continued providence, NEBC/Grace Evangelical intends to continue this practice as a form of faithful stewardship.
To be eligible for financial assistance, a student must:
1. Apply to be a student through the Admissions department by June 1st for the Fall Semester and October 15th for the Spring semester,
2. Be accepted to Grace Evangelical,
3. Submit a Financial Aid Application,
4. Be a degree student,
5. Successfully complete and pay for the Academic Success course, earning a C+ or above grade.
6. Maintain satisfactory academic progress (maintain 2.75 GPA), and
7. Submit the Christian Service Form within the first two weeks of the semester.
Visit a Class
Begin your journey. Plan a visit. We look forward to meeting you on one of our campuses and answering your questions. While you are here, you may visit one of our classes and gain insight into what makes a NEBC/Grace Evangelical education special. You will have the opportunity to interact with current students and faculty and participate in a class discussion. Contact our Admissions Office to schedule your visit.
The below catalog provides detailed information about NEBC/GES general information, courses and programs available, credit allotment, financial aid, academic policies, and more.