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Grace Mission University is located at 1645 W. Valencia Dr., Fullerton, California.


The campus is bounded on the west by Brookhurst Boulevard on the north by Valencia Drive. It is located between the large east–west thoroughfares of Commonwealth Avenue and CA 91 Highway. Approximately three miles north from CA Freeway 91

Students coming to the campus by automobile should follow these directions to the main entrance on Valencia Drive.

The University is housed in the beautiful and expansive Grace Korean Church. The campus consists of 26 acres with more than one 300,000 square feet of building space in 4 major buildings.

Within this massive complex the University occupies an administrative area, eight classrooms (seating 50-100 students in each), a chapel, a conference room, a student lounge, a faculty lounge, libraries, and indoor/outdoor physical exercise facilities.

Parking at the campus can host up to 300 cars at one time.


Class Rooms


Our class rooms are located on 3F North Wing and 3F South Wing at Miracle Center Building.

Class rooms consist of six large classrooms (seating 50-100 students in each) and 6 regular classrooms (seating 20-30 students in each)

To meet the growth of students, GMU has reserved several rooms inside and outside of the main education building.



Our faculty and main offices are located on 3F North Wing at Miracle Center Building.

Main offices are the administrative offices, financial office, distance education office, Dean of students, financial aid office, fulltime faculty office, Academic Dean’s office, and CEO’s office.



University chapels and conferences are intended to bring the GMU community together regularly for worship, spiritual nurture and education regarding relevant issues facing us in our lives.

The overall program brings a unique distinction to the ethos of GMU as a Christian University.

Due to the central and significant nature of that ethos, attendance at chapel is required of all students.


Library & Learning Resources

The Library serves Grace Mission University as the central information resource facility, supporting all undergraduate and graduate programs with extensive resources, regardless of format or location, and a wide variety of services.

The library is located at Atrium Hall (1st floor of Miracle Center building, 1701 W. Valencia Dr., Fullerton, CA 9283). Library building has 5,500 square feet space on the first floor of the Education Complex of Grace Korean Church which is Grace Mission University’s main building. The library has enough parking spaces surrounded by good environment.

In the GMU Library there are over 24,979(2023. 5.) volumes in the Korean and English language including a growing theological reference collection. Also there are online resources such as Kyobo eBook library and DBPia, KISS, and Scholar Databases in Korean and Ebscohost databases (Academic Search Primer, ATLA Religion, & Education Full Text) in English. Further, the Media Center provides 4 dedicated multimedia viewing and listening stations.

The GMU Library is served with MLS Librarians and several assistants. Students at GMU Graduate School have access to the GMU library (Mon.-Thu. 9:00am-9:00pm, Fri. 9:00am-4:00pm).

The library has general collection shelves, references, periodicals, newspapers, reserved collections, and audio-visual material’s shelves. The building provides space for over 40 individual study stations at tables and casual lounge reading seats equipped with data and power connections for laptop computer use.

Other Learning Resources

GMU students have full rights to use the nearby BIOLA University library (Mon.-Thu. 8:30 am-10:00 pm and Fri. 8:30 am-5:00 pm). Rights at library is reciprocally granted to students registered at institution. Students are expected to apply for guest cards at BIOLA universities by showing their student ID. If student need for further more research, students have access to the 30 Theological Schools of SCATLA(Southern California Theological Library Association) .

Our local area network in the Information Commons allows unlimited users and student access internet with Wi-Fi at library.