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. Each year, talented students from around the world bring their intellect, work ethic and enthusiasm to Grove City College and make the most of all the Department of Entrepreneurship and the campus have to offer. Research opportunities, unique work experiences and student clubs and organizations are just a few of the ways our students get involved.
Grove City College has a renowned entrepreneurship program. Many of the professors in the department have been extremely successful in starting their own businesses and have great experiences to share. Because I have had a life-long goal of going to culinary school and starting a restaurant after college, this program was exactly what I was looking ...Read More
As an entrepreneurship major at Grove City College, I have come to learn that innovation is a necessary ingredient to both fueling an existing company as well as developing a completely new business venture. But coupled with a liberal arts education, I have acquired more: a holistic perspective critical to successful innovation. Consequently, I’ve fo...Read More
My sister goes to Grove City College. And when my family and I went with her to freshman orientation, I couldn’t believe what I heard!
The professors who spoke at orientation clearly demonstrated that they were aligned with my beliefs in God as well as with my expectations for excellence in academics and in my personal life. I liked that they were committed to academic achievement as well as the importance of following Christ and his plan for one’s life.
Right there a...Read More
I was aware that Grove City College was one of the most affordable private Christian colleges anywhere. But after visiting campus I knew it was the right place for me.
I wanted smaller classes where I’d be able to ask questions, collaborate, get to know my professors and have them get to know me. Grove City College’s low student-faculty ratio of 15:1 meant that I’d be in the type of environment where I knew I’d learn best.
I came to Grove City College as engineering ma...Read More