College Assembly is a compulsory but non-credit bearing programme held on a regular basis. It serves the important purposes of sharing the vision of the College among all staff and students, cultivating a spirit of oneness in Christ, widening the horizons of students and enhancing students’ development in servant leadership.
Mentoring and Peer Tutoring
To help new students adapt to the new College environment, Gratia teachers and senior students will offer them help and guidance in group settings, so that these newcomers can receive much-needed care and support during their study journey.
The development of Student Societies is a key component of the total educational experience of students. It is not only an experiential learning process in teamwork and servant leadership, but also a platform for students to explore the meaning of activities and various levels of participation.
Christian Fellowship is formed as a learning and practice field of Life Values and Christian Love. This Christ-centered family seeks and worships God as well as cultivates intimacy with God and growth in Christ-like character.
It is hoped that Gratia students do not only excel academically, but also grow as an all-round individual so that they can become a fully-accomplished servant leader and make a difference to the community. Therefore, Gratia provides all types of activities to facilitate students’ personal growth.