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.
To help Year 1 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.