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Contact Grove City College Marketing Communications

​Contact Marketing and Communications

We want to hear your news! We are here to assist you in telling the story of Grove City College.

Office of Marketing and Communications
Grove City College
100 Campus Drive
Grove City, Pa. 16127


Contact: Senior Director Jacki P. Muller, 724-458-3302.

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Alumni Council

​The Grove City College Alumni Council is a body of alumni who serve in an advisory capacity to the College on matters crucial to the College’s more than 25,000 living alumni. Each year, three Alumni Council members sit on the Board of Trustees.

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Harbison Chapel

​Harbison Chapel is the center of the religious life of the campus. It provides an inspiring place of worship and a place for quiet meditation.

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Our Leadership Team

Seven vice presidents at Grove City College lead the strategic directives of the College—from fundraising to curriculum, and from facilities and technology to the financial viability of the institution.

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Facilities

​Grove City College boasts state-of-the-art learning, research and living facilities. Beauty and functionality characterize our living spaces, classrooms, lecture halls, gyms and recreation facilities, libraries and dining halls.

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Benefits of Independence

​Grove City College teaches, advocates and operates under the principles of free market economic theory. By putting that theory into practice, the College maintains competitively low costs and a superior academic program.

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GēDUNK Magazine

Published three times a year for alumni and friends of Grove City College, The GēDUNK highlights campus news, student features and alumni achievements. GēDUNK is a word that resonates with Grove City College alumni and friends.​ Learn More

Catering

​Founded as a catering company in 1987, Bon Apetit has built a reputation for excellence in food preparation, superior presentation and quality service.

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History

​When the College was chartered, a broad, Christian-based cultural consensus prevailed in America. By charter, the doors of the College were open to qualified students "without regard to religious test or belief."

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