After Graduation

Grove City College communication studies students are well prepared to continue their education or to immediately enter the workforce after graduation.

Recently, students have been accepted to graduate and professional programs at Vanderbilt, Texas Tech, Baylor, Case-Western Reserve, Emerson College, Florida, George Mason, Kent State, University of Maryland, Northern Illinois, University of Pittsburgh, Regent, University of Toledo, and others.

Graduates have also gone on to jobs in journalism, public relations, management, marketing, graphic design, television, film, editing, publishing, technical writing, politics, and theatre, working for a wide range of companies and organizations including ESPN Radio, Teach For America, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, National Center for Policy Analysis and Compassion International.

More Information

Minor in Communication Studies

​Students complete 18 credit hours of course requirements to minor in communication studies.

Learn More

B.A. in Communication Studies

​The Bachelor of the Arts degree in communication studies prepares students for diverse careers in mass media, interpersonal, group and organizational communication and for graduate and professional study.

Learn More

Current Students

​Every student’s story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you. Research opportunities, unique work experiences and student clubs and organizations are just a few of the ways our students get involved.

Learn More

Related Resources

​Recommended resources by the Department of Communication Studies faculty at Grove City College.

Learn More

Minor in Theatre

​The minor is open to all students and offers the opportunity to develop foundational skills in the craft of the theatre.

Learn More

Minor in Studio Art

Students minoring in studio art may choose from a broad selection of courses including drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, print-making, history and appreciation of art, elements of design, history of pueblo pottery and photography.​

Learn More