Cost of Attendance

​Cost of Attendance

Standard
Tuition: $15,550
Room & Board: $8,472
Books & Supplies: $1,000
Miscellaneous: $350
Transportation: $500
TOTAL: $25,872

Colonial
Tuition: $15,550
Room & Board: $11,642
Room only: $8,196
Books & Supplies: $1,000
Miscellaneous: $350
Transportation: $500
TOTAL: $29,042
TOTAL- No meals: $25,596

 
Commuter Student
Tuition: $15,550
Books & Supplies: $1,000
Miscellaneous: $350
Transportation: $500
TOTAL: $17,400

As a matter of College policy, all full-time students (12 credits or more) must annually demonstrate proof of health insurance coverage status in order to attend Grove City College. For those students without alternative coverage, the College partners with UnitedHealthcare to offer a Student Health Insurance Plan. Recent changes in the healthcare legislation require an increased level of coverage; accordingly, the cost of the plan has increased. The cost of annual coverage for 2014-2015 is $1,402. Click here for further details on the student health insurance policy.

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Student Loans

​Because Grove City College does not accept, nor does it certify, any loans under the Federal Family Education Loan Program (Stafford and Parent PLUS Loans) students must select private, alternative loans, which are available from most lenders, in order to borrow.

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Financial Aid Forms and Policies

​A listing of financial aid forms and policies. 

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Student Employment

Applications for work on campus may be filed online using the "Sign Up" tab of the myGCC portal.

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Financial Aid Brochure

​Download our Financial Aid Brochure to learn more about at financial aid at Grove City College.

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Outside Scholarships

​Scholarships from private sources outside of Grove City College provide an additional source of financial assistance for students.

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State Grants and Scholarships

Although Grove City College does not participate in federal financial aid programs, many state grant and scholarship programs can be used to assist students of the College.

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