Visiting Campus

Visiting Grove City College

​Visiting Campus​

Grove City College is located in Grove City, Pennsylvania, a quaint community of 8,000, just 60 miles north of Pittsburgh.

There’s a comfortable feeling being in Olde Town Grove City, with its friendly places to eat, get coffee and old-time movie theatre offering premiere movies at second-run prices. Grove City’s residential areas feature tree-lined boulevards and neatly manicured lawns. And what’s more—Grove City College is within easy driving distance of the big-city attractions Pittsburgh has to offer.

Walking along the sidewalks on campus, you get the sense that this is a special place—a place that students, faculty and staff treat with respect. The College’s stately neo-Gothic buildings, constructed in a consistent architectural theme, are meticulously maintained. Each season provides a beautiful year-round backdrop for study.

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Who We Are

​Grove City College provides a liberal arts education in the classic sense. Education’s first true purpose, and ours, is to provide a well rounded curriculum that helps students see the broad intellectual landscape of ideas, people and events that have shaped, and continue to shape, our world.

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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.

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Past Presidents

Grove City College was the dream and lifelong work of the Ketler and Pew families. In 1876, Grove City College began with 13 students. By the turn of the century, the enrollment had grown to 660 students.

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Endowment

​Grove City College believes in purposeful accounting of its finances. Most of the College’s operating expenses are covered by student tuition.

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Faith and Freedom

Committed to the individual freedom that is at the heart of American life, Grove City remains true to its core values of faith and freedom. ​

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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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