Grove City College prepares its pre-health students to pursue their vocational and spiritual callings as healthcare workers across many disciplines.

Pre-Health Professions at Grove City College

​Grove City College is committed to providing an environment, founded upon Christian liberal arts in the classroom and Christian service in the community, where pre-health students can flesh out their vocational and spiritual callings as healthcare workers. This commitment is to provide an academic and social atmosphere that will open doors to professional healthcare schools for our students. The Grove City College goal is to remain on the cutting edge, developing and providing an excellent pre-health education.
 

Pre-Health Programs

 • Pre-Athletic Training
 • Pre-Chiropractic
 • Pre-Dentistry
 • Pre-Med
 • Pre-Occupational Therapy
 • Pre-Optometry
 • Pre-Physical Therapy
 • Pre-Physician Assistant
 • Pre-Podiatry
 • Pre-Veterinary
 

Vision Statement

"Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness." Mt 9:35
 
Through Healthcare: The art of medicine is among the world's oldest arts; it is ever-changing. The practice of medicine is a wonderful opportunity to combine that ever-changing art with that never-ending goal.
 
Toward Students: In a nation where competition for entrance to professional healthcare schools is stiff (e.g. only approximately 40% of applicants are accepted to medical schools), the Grove City College Mission is lofty. It can be completed only through the teamwork of instructors, advisors, mentors, fellow students, community members and staff who are dedicated to fulfilling the Grove City College commitment and goal to each and every pre-health student.  At Grove City College, we have been given much: talented staff and eager students. We expect much of ourselves in providing a learning and training environment that is second to none
 

Medical School Statistics 

• 2015 Grove City College graduates' medical school acceptance rate is 17% higher than the national average
• 2011-2015 Grove City College graduates' medical school acceptance rate (applicants with a minimum of 3.5 GPA, 30 MCAT) is 89.4%
 

Pre-Health Alumni
Dr. Lydia Baird
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Dr. Samuel Dickman
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Kelsey Cattley
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Dr. Jody Mathie
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Christopher Perry
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Joscelyn Seaton
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Dr. Leah Sheetz
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