STEM majors are called to meet the global challenges of the 21st century, from alternative energy production to advanced healthcare. Grove City College ensures its graduates have the skills to succeed in meeting these challenges.
Our STEM programs combine experiential learning with grounding in the fundamentals of the disciplines. Students engage in directed research projects with faculty, pre-health initiatives, study-abroad programs, and year-long capstone projects with industry partners. As a result, our graduates are in great demand. Within six months of graduation, 96% of Grove City College’s STEM graduates are working or in graduate or professional schools.
I invite you to explore our STEM programs. I also encourage you to visit our campus to experience first-hand what Grove City College has to offer.
- Stacy Birmingham, Dean of the Hopeman School
Browse examples of the diverse research projects conducted by students and directed by faculty in the Hopeman School of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics.
STEM Hall Research Projects
Explore expansive glass-walled laboratories, state-of-the-art classrooms, and quiet study spaces with a virtual tour of STEM Hall.
STEM Virtual Tour
The school is named in honor of Albert A. Hopeman Jr. who served for 44 years on the Grove City College Board of Trustees and as president of the board until his death in 1998. Hopeman left a deep imprint on the history and the future of Grove City College and is remembered for his loving attention to the College and its mission. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the College in 1961.